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Hodor Door Stop (Game of Thrones inspired)

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Hodor Door Stop (Game of Thrones inspired) by Ichbinrooster Aug 6, 2017

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I came up with this one a while back and have been asked to add it to Thingiverse, so here it is. It's far from perfect but I think it gets the idea across.

I'm not sure of who designed the original files I modified but, thank you for uploading them previously. If you provided the files and would like me to add your link and name, please contact me. The various files involved were the Hodor head, a second head, a pair of hands, the body, a small gaming door, and the axe. The wedge was put together by me on Tinkercad. The files went through various iterations finally coming to this point.

The parts included are:
The body with no arms, I found that the hands print out better on the door.
The door with arms attached, the lower rear section of the door has a flat spot that
corresponds with the wedge.
The axe which fits in a small notch at the top of the door above Hodor's right shoulder.
And lastly the wedge with Hodor's name and "Hold the Door' on the side.

The parts were printed on a Prusa i3 MK2 with a 0.06 layer height and 50% or higher infill. The original print was in Colorfabb Copperfill PLA.

I have no affiliation with any companies involved and this was a fan request. I also was inspired by the final design by other Hodor Door stops, this is my variation from both the show and other designers. If parts of this project are too similar in design to an original object I take no further responsibility after posting this file it is free to use and modify as you like.

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Thank you for the heads up, I’m not sure there is much I can do about the resale of this model. There was another I noticed on eBay recently as well.

Thanks for sharing. Slightly off-topic, but can you share your painting technique - looks great!
Texy

Sure, no problem. The Hodor in the picture was printed in Colorfabb Copperfill. The Copperfill added weight and contains a good amount of copper in the material. I used vinegar and salt after lightly roughing up the surface I sort of painted it on. After a couple applications and drying it ended up as that color. I sealed it with matte spray paint after it dried.

The jar just behind the door stop has the the salt and vinegar in it. The blue color is from the copper :)

question on that. i've got it printed. but when i google about using the salt vinegar people then to soak it.. what kinda of ration for vinegar/salt did you use and you literally just painted it on with a brush.. how long does it take to change/discolor? thanks in advance and its an amazing model! i'll post my makes when i'm done.

The information I went off of is on this link.

https://www.lulzbot.com/learn/tutorials/accelerated-aging-your-metal-bearing-3d-prints

I mainly followed their instructions but, I mixed about two tablespoons of salt with about half a cup of white vinegar. The solution was applied over three to four days allowing it to dry each time. Yes, I did brush it on, just make sure you wear gloves and work/dry in a ventilated area.

awesome thank you so much!

No problem, let me know how it comes out

will do. I used the sainsmart 40% copperfill. so will be interesting to see how that reacts to it.

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