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Narsil - Isildur's sword

by NamedJohnny, published

Narsil - Isildur's sword by NamedJohnny Dec 2, 2016

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This is a remix from a model I found on MyMiniFactory
https://www.myminifactory.com/object/lord-of-the-ring-swords-10383

I simply modify it to make Narsil (the broken sword version)
Major credits to the original author : Mieszko Lacinski.

Visit my instructables!
http://www.instructables.com/id/Narsil-Isildur-Sword-3D-Print/

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10-repaired has problems. Some of the parts are in the air. Could this be fixed.

I've created a remix with a truly repaired file. All of the pegs should print on the bed now.

Same problem here. I didn't notice it when I sliced the model and it caused my first failed print. At least it's an easy fix. Someone could post a remix of the readjusted file.

If you're using Slic3r you can just select the model and split it. It'll align them individually on the print bed.
I don't know about other Slicers but you could export the STL's from Slic3r and import them again into your preferred software.
At least that's how I fixed it...

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