Pick of Destiny

by ftdesigns, published

Pick of Destiny by ftdesigns Feb 2, 2011

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Become a rock star!!
Once I started playing with this, I immediately rocked my face off.


Don't use a raft.
I modified the gcode in ReplicatorG to not stop the extruder at the beginning of printing, so the extruding remains consistant for this very thin part.
The dimensions are in millimeters.
The tip is thinnest to maintain flexibility while the rest is thicker for asthetic purpose.
Rock on!

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Used glow in the dark ABS - looks great!

With ABS is solid enoguh to play bass. As the plastic I used is white I'll try to use Judea bitumen (I think is called that way in English) to give it more "bone" color.

Great design. I printed them in black and then used green spray paint for the details. The result is pretty nice! 8-)

"We are but men. ROCK!"

I needed a small design to "bleed out" some yellow
amp; green Sharpied white filament I had loaded but realized this takes very little so ran it 'til the ink was gone and to my surprise got some pretty cool layered color effects with my single TOM. Plus the build time is down to 7-6 minutes so multiples of these as gifts to those who rock was a no-brainer. And the bonus? They are actually very playable!

Nice. That first pic looks awesome with the gold bottom layer and green top.

Made one... awesome. Sign up for flatrr so I can flatrr this :) I also made a second one since it seemed to me in the movie the size was larger I scaled it up by 1.5. also awesome

Great thing! What's up with the ARR license
‽ :(

what do you mean?

Does the license need to be All Rights Reserved
‽ A CC license would be more community friendly. Maybe CC-BY-NC or even better PD ;)

Alrightty then, change made... now you can rock on with even less restrictions!

Wheres my green PLA... there it is!