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A 3D Printed Kit for Frieren's Staff. 

Photos feature a short staff length, but is ideally made to be longer!!

Finishes 60" from end to end, but you can change the length without scaling by changing the length of the PVC pipe handle.

Order gems only if you've printed the staff yourself and just want the gem insets!

This does have a very specific assembly to get that "floating" bit in the middle if you want to do all your seam bodyshopping BEFORE assembly; basically you should assemble the main wheel and the gem settings, leaving the posts out. Then attach the gem setting to the main wheel using the shortest post, and then thread the longer post through the bottom/neck of the main wheel, through the gem setting, and into the top. Then you can put the upper collet/neck on, locking it all in place.

Assembles using the following dowels/rods:
- 1x handle, 1" PVC pipe (outer diameter 33.4mm) cut 48" long (not included)
- 1x long post, 1/4" dowel, cut 9" long
- 1x short post, 1/4" dowel cut 1.5" long.


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

Frieren's Staff [3D Printed Kit]

SKU: 1688
Regular price $135.00
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A 3D Printed Kit for Frieren's Staff. 

Photos feature a short staff length, but is ideally made to be longer!!

Finishes 60" from end to end, but you can change the length without scaling by changing the length of the PVC pipe handle.

Order gems only if you've printed the staff yourself and just want the gem insets!

This does have a very specific assembly to get that "floating" bit in the middle if you want to do all your seam bodyshopping BEFORE assembly; basically you should assemble the main wheel and the gem settings, leaving the posts out. Then attach the gem setting to the main wheel using the shortest post, and then thread the longer post through the bottom/neck of the main wheel, through the gem setting, and into the top. Then you can put the upper collet/neck on, locking it all in place.

Assembles using the following dowels/rods:
- 1x handle, 1" PVC pipe (outer diameter 33.4mm) cut 48" long (not included)
- 1x long post, 1/4" dowel, cut 9" long
- 1x short post, 1/4" dowel cut 1.5" long.


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

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