Titanic: The last voyage playset

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Titanic: The last voyage playset by adamrw91 Feb 18, 2013
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Now you can recreate titanics last voyage on your desk top! Includes a Iceberg!


2.Start a 6 month voyage across the Atlantic
3.Meet an iceberg somewhere in the middle of the ocean
4,Hit iceberg

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I've got a sinking feeling that it will come out nicely on my MendelMax 3...

Thanks! Our cub scout banquet theme this year is Fire & Ice, so I'm thinking of printing some of the icebergs scaled up as big as I can and in transparent filament, but hollowed out to accept a neopixel ring and some electronics, so that they flicker on slowly but come up to glow red and orange inside like they were burning with an inner fire. I just wasn't sure how to model the icebergs until I found this. You rock!

yeah a dice to roll to see how many thousands of people die and a coin to see if jack freezes to the piece of wood or freezes and then slipps into the ocean! haha

This should be called Titanic The Game and it should come with either a coin to flip or dice. Love it! Dark Humor!

Nice! I love the instructions, too.

awesome yet twisted, good job

Thanks for sharing...

no problem! :)

i was going to do that actually with black white and red. But I just wanted to print it as fast as possible so i just used a sharpie to paint it black.

Did you swap the filament while it was printing? Nice touch.