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A 3D Printed Kit for Deedlit's Sword and Sheathe, with an optional addition of her throwing knives.

This sword is very long and slender; it finishes at approximately 36" and is very delicate. We suggest you use a 1/4" steel rod as the internal core (32" long) as it will give the print a great deal more integrity. Support rods and dowels are not included.

Ships unassembled and unfinished.

Glue, paints and tools not included. Please allow 1-2 weeks for production, as everything is made to order!

Feel free to tag us to show us what you print and make! We love to see finished works.

Deedlit's Sword and Sheath [3D Printed Kit]

SKU: 1595
Regular price $60.00
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A 3D Printed Kit for Deedlit's Sword and Sheathe, with an optional addition of her throwing knives.

This sword is very long and slender; it finishes at approximately 36" and is very delicate. We suggest you use a 1/4" steel rod as the internal core (32" long) as it will give the print a great deal more integrity. Support rods and dowels are not included.

Ships unassembled and unfinished.

Glue, paints and tools not included. Please allow 1-2 weeks for production, as everything is made to order!

Feel free to tag us to show us what you print and make! We love to see finished works.

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