Notched Sword w/ Rings

by atartanian, published

Notched Sword w/ Rings by atartanian Jul 12, 2012
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Now your enemies can hear you coming!


Print the plate, glue the two halves of the sword together, then snap the rings in!

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Oh thank you. I think that is just within my printing ability. :-)

I'm a bit confused. how big is this?

it's about 14 cm long in it's longest dimension. Pro Tip: if you look at the default thingiverse render for the stl (blue object on grey grid) the grid has cm squares (this is assuming the model's stl unit is mm)

My wife saw this and was like "is that a metaphor for C#?"

want to buy edit button...