The Wookiee Scalper

by pagaines, published

The Wookiee Scalper by pagaines May 23, 2013

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This is a lightsaber from plans over a decade old and thanks to a certain Hairless Wookiee, my dreams can be printed out!

Here is an assembly video by the awesome Kevin Mossey!



Inside body slides into the outer body shell.
Pommel screws in.
Shroud slides over outer body shell.
Emitter neck screws in followed by emitter.

Point of note: you may want to use a rubber washer over the bolts for snug fitting.

*slight widening was done for the threads due to expansion in printing. If you are going to print, use this new version.

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long shot any chance i can get the emmiter source file ? id like to make some modifications to have a twist in blade ? if not do you happen to know the thread specs used and i can just design a new one from scratch ?

Yes, can you PM me. I'd be happy to send over the STL file.

What orientation would you print the 'center' piece in? Overhangs don't look doable on either vertical end, and printing it lying down would make a lot of overhang and print lines running the full length, not to mention an ugly top surface.

The grip looks like it should be done pommel down, but that would be a fairly tall print. Pretty easy to split that one in half though...

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That is amazing! I don't suppose you print these as well? Or can anyone point me in the direction of someone that does

https://www.3dhubs.com/ has hundredds of people all over that will print it for you for a charge.

I was able to get my version done by Deezmaker in Pasadena, CA. They did an amazing job.

Other than that, I know it has difficult aspect to it, but good luck to you!

Impressive design and presentation!

WOW...that's all I can manage from this incredible build!!! ;~)

its hard, especially if you use autodesk 123d, sketchup, or tinkercad

This is sick dude!
Nice Job and sweet renders.
Was just about to start designing a Saber, this has encouraged me to start.