Mjolnir: Hammer of Thor

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Mjolnir: Hammer of Thor by jamundsen Nov 14, 2014
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These are the major body files for a full size replica Thor's Hammer. This is to be used in conjunction with http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:381262 Rune plates. The hammer is sized appropriately and fits a 1" PVC as the handle. Will be adding the hammer stand soon.

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First off I really like this model. I was however wondering if you could re upload the pommel because it has a very large "invisible" body that wont fit on my printer correctly. Thanks!

Im making this and Im wondering hoe long is your handle as in how long is your PVC handle?

Ive made my handle at 18 inches, but the PVC extends all the way to the base of the printed hammer. So the full size of the handle that is visible is 12 inches. After gluing down the PVC handle, get expanding foam and fill the hammer and handle for weight.

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Printing everything now! Had to cut it up to fit a smaller printer but its all coming together nicely! What did you use to weather it?

I can't wait to see it! I smoothed it with bondo, spray painted a black base, then a silver coat and used black acrylic on cotton balls to smear the weathering on it. Post a pic when you're done!

i grabbed a 1" PVC pipe from an older project and it does not fit this. are you sure you were not thinking of something smaller?