Shuriken - Thinner

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Shuriken - Thinner by MacGyver Aug 25, 2012
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I liked the original so much I decided to make it thinner and mirror it so you can glue it together and have a two sided shuriken.


Print out both halves and glue them together and have fun.

I've included the sketchup file I used for it too.

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LIke the design pattern... any chance of posting a DXF for us poor laser cutter folks?


I'm sorry it doesn't appear I have a program that can export it as a DXF file. If I find one I'll try and remember to post it up there for you.

You must have enough for an entire army soon. :-D

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My daughter is making them for her friends. I've made about 6 of them so far. The gold spray paint makes them look better.

I'd be careful... In California, shuriken are illegal, and even though they are defined as sharpened metal plates with 3 or more points, getting in trouble for a plastic replica would not surprise me. Especially if your daughter or her friends bring them to school.

Bringing weapons of any kind to school is a bad idea. We live in Utah and she's smart enough to know all the cool stuff stays at home.