Thursday, June 1, 2017

Timelapse Tuesday – 3D Printed Flexible Baby Sword by TargsWorkshop

from Timelapse Tuesday – 3D Printed Flexible Baby Sword by TargsWorkshop
by Noe Ruiz

Every Tuesday we’ll 3D print designs from the community and showcase slicer settings, use cases and of course, Time-lapses!

Baby Sword Rattle – by Targ (Matthew Harrell)
http://ift.tt/2s9WSF6

3D Printed on Flashforge Creator Pro with Flexion Extruder
Ninjaflex 85A
Print Time: 6hrs 30min
Simplify 3D – Slicer
0.2mm layer height / 0.4mm nozzle
20% infill
230C extruder
No heated bed – PrintInZ Skin
39G of filament
60mm/s default – 90mm/s travel

Deck out your little Warrior or Paladin with the latest weapon from the forge.

Print and assembly video here … https://youtu.be/WZlEAdIAsHw
Raffle results and 2x scaled up version … https://youtu.be/8G_hFToIXKc

Due to some concerns about the jewel dislodging from the pommel and providing a choking hazard, I have added another pommel (pommel2) that does away with the jewel.

I also have an extra rattle that I will be raffling off at the end of April (2016): you can enter by sending an email to contest@targsworkshop.com, put “sword rattle” as the subject.

The totally awesome sword rattle has been picked up by a number of blogs and websites. The most notable being:
Make Magizine : http://ift.tt/1TrAkJH
Gizmodo : http://ift.tt/1qrfizI
Adafruit : http://ift.tt/1RrBcg5

Print the peas first (i find that using 2 groups of peas makes the best rattle), and when the blade is about half way printed, drop the peas in the open end; this ensures that the peas are forever contained in the rattle.

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