Complete 3D Printed Paintball Gear Resource

3D printing paintball parts has become extremely popular, especially with newer 3D printer and filament technology.

3D printed paintball gear allows any player to fully customize their paintball gun to an unlimited number of different configurations. By using quality 3D printer filaments like ABS, PETG, and nylon, anyone can make quality accessories that are durable enough for paintball.

Can You 3D Print a Paintball Gun?

You can 3D print most any accessory for a paintball gun with the exception of sections that are meant to hold air.

Due to fact that 3D printed plastic can’t contain high pressures without rupturing or leaking, you can’t completely 3D print a paintball gun. However, you will be able to 3D print the majority of the paintball gun (frame, barrel, body) that doesn’t hold air. Some of the internal parts like the hammer, springs, and hoses will also need to be made of the appropriate materials in order to safely function.

You can find plenty of paintball guns on the market (like the Planet Eclipse EMEK) that you can replace the GRN body with your own custom design as all of the high pressure parts are contained in an aluminum body. This allows you to make some really unique setups.

Places to Find Free Paintball Files

There are quite a few different places that people post the files they have made for everyone to use. These are great if you are looking for some cool paintball parts and have access to a 3D printer.

Here are a list of great 3D print file repositories that you can download files from and make your own paintball parts for free for for a reasonable price:

MCarter Brown (Paintball Forum)MCarterBrown.comOpens in a new tab.
PB Nation (Paintball Forum)PBNation.comOpens in a new tab.
Thingverse Thingverse.comOpens in a new tab.
Cults 3DCults3d.comOpens in a new tab.
Grab CadGrabcad.comOpens in a new tab. is not responsible for what files you download. All files downloaded by you are at your own risk.

3D Printed Paintball Hoppers

If you are looking for a custom made paintball hopper, look no further than Paintball DNA!

Paintball DNA makes several different types of hoppers from stick feeds to motorized hopper shells. You can even get your own logo added to the sides of the hopper!

Pick up yours on their website here: in a new tab.

3D Printed Tactical and Magfed Paintball Gear

If you are looking for magfed adapter, paintball gun upgrades, or other various accessories, there are quite a few different choices to pick from!

Here is a list of different vendors who make 3D printed magfed, milsim, and other paintball accessories:

Paintzapper (Me!) in a new tab.
MagFed Makerhttps://magfedmaker.comOpens in a new tab.
Paintball DNA in a new tab.
Fresh Prints 3Dhttp://freshprints3d.comOpens in a new tab.
3D Paintball Parts in a new tab.
Apocalypse Paintball in a new tab.
Sellswords Paintball in a new tab.
East Coast Anarchy Products in a new tab.
Muddy Bloody Factory in a new tab.
Motley Bird Customs in a new tab.
Rapidly Prototyping
Stryker Custom in a new tab.
Chad Bob’s Print Shack
Shapeways (all users)
Ebay (all users) in a new tab.

3D Printed Camera Mounts for Paintball

If you need a cheap and light weight camera mount for your mask or paintball gun, the best place to find them are on Shapeways. They offer a wide variety of different choices and some are specially designed to fit certain masks.

If you are looking for mounts for the Runcam2 cameras, the best ones on the market are made by Brain Exploder as they are ridged and attaches directly to your picatinny rail.

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Brain Exploder (Runcam)

My Favorite Places to Hire a 3D Printer

MAK CCI Phantom Magfed adapter

If you don’t have access to a 3D printer, there are quite a few places available that can make bring your designs to life!

If you want to find someone within the paintball community, places like facebook and mcarterbrown.comOpens in a new tab. are perfect places to go and find someone who may be willing to print your design for you.

If you want more options, you can check out websites like treatstock.comOpens in a new tab. which host many different individuals and companies who are available for hire.

Some of my favorite places that I use frequently are Baysinger’s Additive Manufacturing for standard FMD printing services and Jawstec Opens in a new tab.for SLS and MJF prints with nylon.

People to Hire to Develop Custom 3D Printed Paintball Parts

If you need paintball 3D CAD design services, it is usually best to stick to the paintball community as they have more experiences in how the parts need to be designed. Feel Some of the best places to look are on facebook Opens in a new tab.and Mcarterbrown.comOpens in a new tab. for competent designers.


Florida based paintball player with 20 years of experience playing everything from recball to 24 hour scenario events.

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