Watch Zeldathon Champions this June 15-21, 2018! All proceeds from this charity gaming marathon will benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospitals.
Here's a fun, fully-printable toy, made especially for this event.
These are quick and inexpensive, making them good party favors and giveaways. I even sent 150 of them along to Zeldathon!
STL files are included for individual toys, or for printing a large number of parts at once.
If you enjoy this design, please make a donation to Zeldathon! Please mention where you came from in the comments. If you're not sure how much to give, I recommend $3.00 as a good starting point. (Or $3.14 if you're nerdy.)
Monoprice Mini Delta + Rapide Lite 200
Sliced with Slic3r, using Concentric Infill on the top and bottom surfaces.
I was able to print six of the main body at a time, even on my Monoprice Mini Delta. On the Rapide Lite 200, I was able to print about 16 sets of post (32 parts) at a time. More would have fit on the bed, but I wanted the prints to be fast.
The main body in the photos is printed in AMOLEN Frosted Bronze PLA. I hadn't used this filament before, but I find it has an excellent golden shine. Unfortunately, it's not very strong in thin parts, so I had to rework the design a bit to make it sturdier.
The AMOLEN was also not suitable for the tiny posts, so I used 3D Solutech Silver Metal PLA. Even though the color does not match, I like the contrast, and consistently enjoy my results when using 3D Solutech Filaments.
This design was made in Autodesk Fusion 360. I have included F3D exports of my designs in case you want to make your own modifications.
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