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Mace Windu's Lightsaber

by CaseStudyno8, published

Mace Windu's Lightsaber by CaseStudyno8 Jun 11, 2016

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Mace Windu's Lightsaber! This saber has a lot of parts and pieces but the result is worth it.

It needs 10 Grip Inserts and 3 Lower Inserts.

I printed the Emitter Upper upright with supports, and all of the STLs are in the orientation I printed them, but please play around if you think there is a better way and let me know!

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The parts look like they need to be glued together, or is it a snap fit? Just trying to get an idea before I try printing it.

Edit: after looking at the files a little closer I see that its all snap fit.

The tolerances are pretty tight but it varies by printer, any super glue (cyanoacrylate) will work great if you want to glue it

Hi first of all, i really love your designs, is there anyway to get a licens, so i could sell a couple of thees lovely models

I list these as non-commercial for a reason, I want them only to be shared for free with he community

I've been printing this and I have been very happy with it so far but so far I've run into two pieces that are out of scale. Pillar insert 6 and the lower button inner. I'm not sure whats wrong but every time i download the file they are gigantic. I'd appreciate any sort of help, thank you!

That's strange! Check your slicer settings to see what units it's importing files as, it could be opening some thing that is 10mm as 10 inches for example.

I want to print all the parts and cast them in metal.

That would be awesome!

Yes, all of my models are at 1:1 scale

Dude ya my hero lol just finished printing kylo s as well once im done printing maces then im painting all and will upload lol cough palatine cough

Did you mean to say Palpatine? If so I agree!!! A must have for the Star Wars nerd.

I really like all your work. Keep it up.

Thanks! I intend to!

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