Dark Knight Rises Batarang

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Dark Knight Rises Batarang by ThatTTUGuy Jul 2, 2012
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Batarang from the Dark Knight movies. Designed by Bryant Jordan.


My setting were:
Infill: 20%
Layer Height: .15mm
Shells: 5
Feedrate: 40 mm/s
Travel Feedrate: 55
Print Temp.: 220

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3m blue tape and included instructions turned out flawlessly very happy with this one, friends love it. thanks!!

wait ru supposed to print 2 than glue back to back? cause one side is curved and all but the bottom is flat.

how long did it take to print?

The one I made took about 45 min

can you use it like a real one and if you do will it puncture targets?

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Oh, it's not a toy. It's kind of pointy. Looks cool, though. I printed one as part of my second batch of 3d prints.

This would be great for casting in metal! So gonna do that! One unfortunate thing about the Batarang however, its not exactly ideal for throwing. But hey, it looks cool, and that's all that really matters! Thanks for uploading this!

that's awesome

I took this design and altered it for my purposes. I scaled it down a bit, and cut off the tip of one side at an angle in FreeCad. I then created an opening on that end to hold a magnet, and printed two copies, one mirrored. I will glue them back to back. So when the magnets arrive I should be left with a nice batman fridge magnet that appears to be embedded in the door.

I love the model (I just printed it out!). Very nice! However, it's exactly 'The Dark Knight Rises' batarang. The angles from the wings to the neck should be curved.

That said, I love this design - it will look great in my Batman collection.