Just a full sized Stargate portal for your backyard pond. Builders spend over 1000 hours replicating the massive prop

  • A CNC router was used to cut out some of the larger components out of materials like MDF
  • For more precise thinner pieces, a laser cutter was used to cut out some 2D shapes
  • Remaining smaller items were 3D printed using 20x FlashForge Replicators (Over 1000 Prints!)

Prop makers from VIGO Universal have combined all maker technologies to bring you a life-size replica of the incredible Stargate portal.

With over 1000 hours in development, the final product was aptly mounted in a fountain where it’s sheer size can be appreciated.

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Massive! Just look at the relative size of the Stargate relative to the builders.

A CNC router milling some of the Stargate's larger panel sections.

A CNC router milling some of the Stargate’s larger panel sections and a laser cutter to accurately cut out some of the mid-seize 2D shapes.

A nice-size industrial laser cutter cutting out some of the 2D shapes.

A nice-size industrial laser cutter cutting out some of the 2D shapes.

A concept known as "3D Farming". 20 printers simultaneously on the go cranking out parts for the Stargate.

A concept known as “3D Farming”. 20 printers simultaneously on the go cranking out parts for the Stargate.

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