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CrossBow Earring, working

by Schorhr, published

CrossBow Earring, working by Schorhr Nov 15, 2012

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Don't wear while it's loaded, working model ;-)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAR-Q7-WrtI

I still have to put on another color coat, but I thought I'd upload it anyway

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Use a string or rubber band to complete.

ToDo: Ad an arrow holder (but it can be stuck into the trigger hap).

(Added a bigger arrow with a hole to wear as earring- break away the flat piece, it is just to increase adhesion to the platform)

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Printed it, but had some issue with some of the other tiny objects, so I'm keeping this as a wonderful "pre-raft-removal sample. Will print again at 2x and see if I have better luck. Really love the tiny objects/earrings!

This one printed great on the UP/0.2mm, what exactly did not turn out well? I know these small things can be a bit tricky. Both with and without raft worked fine (on Kapton combined with glue stick). I hope it works out the next time! Thanks for printing!

How about a quiver pendant?

 Great idea. :-)

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