Alison Friedlander
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3D Printable Files

No Name Keyblade - 3D Printable Files

No Name Keyblade - 3D Printable Files

30.00

Models Included:

1: Entire sword & chain pieces

2: Experimental version of sword with detachable eyes that could be printed/cast in resin to make a more realistic look (The eye casting files have NOT been tested on a printer; see last pic)

File Format:

OBJ

Model Information:

-- Sword is solid all the way through & everything is in a single piece (except chain pieces)

-- You can see a rotatable preview of the model here: https://skfb.ly/6IsVB

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Please note:

-- Due to the variety of printer sizes, the files don't come pre-sliced. You'll need to split the piece yourself before you print it and add any support holes you need

-- Files will slice in Cura (my slicer of choice). Other slicers haven't been tested. If you have issues in a given slicer, please contact me and I'll tweak the files as needed.

FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR COMMERCIAL PRINTING. PLEASE DO NOT POST/SELL OR DISTRIBUTE THE FILES ANYWHERE. Models can be modified/re-combined as needed, but please don't distribute or sell the derivative versions either.

THIS IS NOT A PHYSICAL PRODUCT - JUST A 3D FILE

A rotatable version of keyblade can be found here: https://skfb.ly/6IsVB

Number of Vertices / Faces:

445,586 verts

891,159 tris

More Info about the ‘Fancy’ Eyes

The model in Sketchfab (above) reflects the ideal of how the eyes would turn out. The idea was to basically create a giant glass eye that could be added into the sword.

I’ve included separate models for irises (big & small) that can be printed and then cast into a resin mold (which I’ve included files for as well, though they’d need significant post processing to get a nice finish). These cast resin eyes should then fit into holes I’ve punched into the sword itself.

I haven’t tested any of this, but I included the files in case anyone else wanted to play with it. If you do test it and have pictures of the results, I’d love to see them. Suggestions about improving the eye models are also welcome.

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