Obi-Wan Kenobi Lightsaber and Stand

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Obi-Wan Kenobi Lightsaber and Stand by falken76 Jul 2, 2013
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This item was printed on a Makerbot replicator 2 at .15mm and hand painted


Print each part out and glue together. Print Saber tip 2 with small end down with supports so striation is on bottom of fins.

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I'm sorry, I don't have the model any longer, I lost it in a hard drive crash. It was not made with the intention of being printed originally. I have Netfabb professional, however the Netfabb cloud does an extended repair and should fix this for printing. Netfabb basic doesn't do extended repair, so if it won't fix the model in netfabb private (The free one they let you download), just upload the model to their cloud service and they'll fix it.

This is why I use Tinkercad so I don't have to worry about dumb hardrive crashes and lose all my stuff. Since tinkercad uses cloud storage and auto saves. I have made quite the good designs with it.

every piece of this model has something "wrong" with it.
the nobbies on the pommel are not attached, the buttons as well.
the two top pieces are not lined up properly.
to many other faults to go into. i made one. actually i made 3. the last one was successful only after a lot of time spent editing the components to make it print friendly.

Will you release the edited print friendly files in a remix so others can benefit from your work as well?

I'm done designing one.. I'll release files as soon as I make sure it is printer friendly.. Printing parts right now.

Very much looking forward to it... thanks! :-)