by emanuelsko Jan 2, 2018
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had a hell of a time printing the swords.
After 7cm the file starts to move with the printhead.

I modified the STL, cut it in halve so you can print it laying down and just glue them together :)

deadpool sword

Hi there, you might want to know this asshole is selling your model you licensed for non-commercial without even giving any attribution: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/589233040/deadpool-costume-art-superhero-3d?ref=related-3

Thank you very much for letting me know. I can not believe that this person will profit from my models when it is specified in the type of license.

It seems to have dropped the post because I can not access the link.

IMPORTANT: If you attempt to print the "complete" model (with adequate supports), you must also import the "base_bottom.stl" into your slicing software, and place and size it inside the base so you'll get proper infill inside the base. If you don't, the base will be hollow, and the print will fail once it reaches the foot pegs and top of the base.

Review the cross-section and/or preview by layer to insure you've placed and sized the insert correctly so there are no cavities inside the base. Also, check the infill amount and where the pegs on the feet begin inside the base. You will need the right amount of infill so the first layers of the pegs will have something to layer on. If you don't, the nozzle will dump filament into mid-air, likely stick to the nozzle, and it could cause problems as the nozzle moves to another part of the model.

Otherwise, it's a great model, and will be a lot of fun to paint!

Es la leche macho, muy buen trabajo!

Muchas Gracias!!