8 Bit Heart Pendant Charm Set

by mortinus, published

8 Bit Heart Pendant Charm Set by mortinus Jan 29, 2013


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We all love video games, and valentines day is just another excuse to make cute hearts with pixelated edges! I've modeled a key, the "traditional" 8 bit heart, and 4 mini's. The square holes have been designed to fit standard 2mm ball-chain. You can also take the mini's and make a nice bracelet as well.


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No support required!

My machine has a bit of a hard time getting EXACT holes, so I've increased the size to allow for a bit of room for the ball-chain.

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Could you please upload separate files for each item? I dont necessarily want to print everyone of them out. I would like to save some filament.


Why don't you put them in separate files so you don't have to print them all out?

I am confused as to how to make this since the pieces are sideways...

Hi there!
The backs all share the same plane so if you rotate the entire model 90 degrees it will lay flat on the palte.
This is normally done in the print driver software such as replicator g, slic3r, etc.
It is lying flat in my model that was created, however Thingiverse's servers tweak the mesh data when I uploaded it, and they sometimes get "up" wrong.