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Temple Guard Lightsaber

by CaseStudyno8, published

Temple Guard Lightsaber by CaseStudyno8 Sep 7, 2016

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The double-bladed lightsaber of the Jedi Temple Guards!

All of the STLs are in the orientation I printed them, personally I printed the Upper and Lower Emitter Outers and Upper Emitter Inner with support generated in Cura. Be sure to print two red buttons, two black buttons and two emitter inserts.

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Can you please tell me what the individual part sizes are?

The emitters are about 8 inches tall and the middle sections are about 7 inches, both around 1-1.5 inches in diameter

Any plan on revising this model at some point for the folding version?

Possibly, it may not be too soon. I recently accepted a job out of state so I'm in the process of moving and all that

I look forward to the eventuality!

What is the total length of this?

It is 21.9 inches from each tip

could it be feasible to double this length??

It is certainly feasible, you would need to import the STLs in your modeling program of choice and scale them up and cut the larger pieces to fit the build size of your printer.

Gorgeous. I'm a very big DIYer, so do you think some Metal Rods would fit, or even a transparent pipe? I'm still waiting on my printer to be fully assembled since theres a problem with my motor... (So bored) So I've been doing DIYS, Could I like, add some rods for dueling with a glue gun?

That is certainly possible, I would be wary of using hot glue if you are using them for duel g, I'm not sure how strong that bond would be

Nice. Always liked this saber.

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