Subscribe to our newsletter for 10% OFF!

Your cart

Your cart is empty

White Mage's Bunny's Crescent Staff [3D Printed Kit] 3D Printed Kit cosplay DangerousLadies

We can print this for you!

Dangerous Ladies' 3D models for Gwen's Scissors.
Model by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

.stl format. Finishes at 72". Sliced for 375mm, 250mm and 200mm tall printers. Actually moves (if you put a bolt in it.) I've included a whole version if you'd like to cut it for your own printer.

The joint is made for a 1/4-20 x 30mm furniture bolt and matching 1/4-20 hex nut; the nut gets permanently glued in the underside and a cap put overtop to hide it, and then the bolt screws into it from the other side, then has a decorative cap that pops in overtop. You'll have to play with paint tolerances but it should be relatively seamless. This way you should be able to use an Allen key to tighten/loosen it into the nut on the other side. You'll also want to put a fishing wire loop on the underside of the cap so you can pull it out of its slot easily!

I've also included a cut file that is JUST the bolt structure so you can print that part first and take it to the hardware store and test different bolts with it -- I've made it for a 1/4-20 - 30mm bolt but sometimes these things need tweaking to preference.

Assembles on the following rods. We suggest using aluminum rods for strength but you can use wood too.

400MM VERSION:
31.5" of 1/8" (Blades)
3.5" of 1/4" (Base 2)
0.5" of 1/4" (Base 2)
3" of 1/8" x2 (Base 1)
3" of 1/4" x2 (Handle 2)
3" of 1/4" x2 (Handle 1)
1.25" of 1/4 (Handle 1)

250MM VERSION:
32.25" of 1/8" x4 (Blades)
3" of 1/4" x2 (Handle 2 - between Upper 1 and Upper 2)
3" of 1/4" (Handle 2 - between Upper 2 and Upper 3)
3.5" of 1/4" (Handle 2 - between Upper 3 and Upper 4)
3" of 1/4" x2 (Handle 1 - between Upper 2/3 and Upper 4)
3.25" of 1/4" (Handle 1 - between Upper 3 and Upper 1)
4.25" of 1/4" (Handle 1 - between Upper 2 and Upper 1)
1.25" of 1/4 (Handle 1 - between Upper 2/3 and Upper 4)

200MM VERSION:
32.25" of 1/8" x4 (Blades)
3.5" of 1/4" (Base 2)
0.5" of 1/4" (Base 2)
3" of 1/8" x2 (Base 1)
3" of 1/4" x2 (Handle 2 - between Upper 1 and Upper 2)
3" of 1/4" (Handle 2 - between Upper 2 and Upper 3)
3.5" of 1/4" (Handle 2 - between Upper 3 and Upper 4)
3" of 1/4" x2 (Handle 1 - between Upper 2/3 and Upper 4)
3.25" of 1/4" (Handle 1 - between Upper 3 and Upper 1)
4.25" of 1/4" (Handle 1 - between Upper 2 and Upper 1)
1.25" of 1/4 (Handle 1 - between Upper 2/3 and Upper 4)

Files include:
- Photos
- .STL files

Please do not redistribute or resell. Intended for personal use only. Commercial use must buy a new copy for each item produced.

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

http://dangerousladies.storenvy.com
http://twitter.com/dangerousladies
http://instagram.com/thedangerousladies

Materials:
digital file

Gwen's Scissors [3D Print Files]

SKU: 30
Regular price $25.00
Unit price
per 
Instant Download
Email Delivery

Shipped and Made Consciously. Read More

Need help? Contact us

Dangerous Ladies' 3D models for Gwen's Scissors.
Model by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

.stl format. Finishes at 72". Sliced for 375mm, 250mm and 200mm tall printers. Actually moves (if you put a bolt in it.) I've included a whole version if you'd like to cut it for your own printer.

The joint is made for a 1/4-20 x 30mm furniture bolt and matching 1/4-20 hex nut; the nut gets permanently glued in the underside and a cap put overtop to hide it, and then the bolt screws into it from the other side, then has a decorative cap that pops in overtop. You'll have to play with paint tolerances but it should be relatively seamless. This way you should be able to use an Allen key to tighten/loosen it into the nut on the other side. You'll also want to put a fishing wire loop on the underside of the cap so you can pull it out of its slot easily!

I've also included a cut file that is JUST the bolt structure so you can print that part first and take it to the hardware store and test different bolts with it -- I've made it for a 1/4-20 - 30mm bolt but sometimes these things need tweaking to preference.

Assembles on the following rods. We suggest using aluminum rods for strength but you can use wood too.

400MM VERSION:
31.5" of 1/8" (Blades)
3.5" of 1/4" (Base 2)
0.5" of 1/4" (Base 2)
3" of 1/8" x2 (Base 1)
3" of 1/4" x2 (Handle 2)
3" of 1/4" x2 (Handle 1)
1.25" of 1/4 (Handle 1)

250MM VERSION:
32.25" of 1/8" x4 (Blades)
3" of 1/4" x2 (Handle 2 - between Upper 1 and Upper 2)
3" of 1/4" (Handle 2 - between Upper 2 and Upper 3)
3.5" of 1/4" (Handle 2 - between Upper 3 and Upper 4)
3" of 1/4" x2 (Handle 1 - between Upper 2/3 and Upper 4)
3.25" of 1/4" (Handle 1 - between Upper 3 and Upper 1)
4.25" of 1/4" (Handle 1 - between Upper 2 and Upper 1)
1.25" of 1/4 (Handle 1 - between Upper 2/3 and Upper 4)

200MM VERSION:
32.25" of 1/8" x4 (Blades)
3.5" of 1/4" (Base 2)
0.5" of 1/4" (Base 2)
3" of 1/8" x2 (Base 1)
3" of 1/4" x2 (Handle 2 - between Upper 1 and Upper 2)
3" of 1/4" (Handle 2 - between Upper 2 and Upper 3)
3.5" of 1/4" (Handle 2 - between Upper 3 and Upper 4)
3" of 1/4" x2 (Handle 1 - between Upper 2/3 and Upper 4)
3.25" of 1/4" (Handle 1 - between Upper 3 and Upper 1)
4.25" of 1/4" (Handle 1 - between Upper 2 and Upper 1)
1.25" of 1/4 (Handle 1 - between Upper 2/3 and Upper 4)

Files include:
- Photos
- .STL files

Please do not redistribute or resell. Intended for personal use only. Commercial use must buy a new copy for each item produced.

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

http://dangerousladies.storenvy.com
http://twitter.com/dangerousladies
http://instagram.com/thedangerousladies

Materials:
digital file

Finishing Guides

Quick Finishing Guide - 3D Printed and Resin Kits - DangerousLadies

Quick Finishing Guide - 3D Printed and Resin Kits

Just purchased a kit? Thanks for supporting us! Don't know where to start in assembling your 3D Print or Resin kit? We've got you covered.

Read more
The Basic Supplies for Bodyshopping 3D Prints - DangerousLadies

The Basic Supplies for Bodyshopping 3D Prints

This guide is a great follow-along if you've purchased any Dangerous Ladies 3D printed cosplay props. This article is on the basic supplies you'll need for sanding FDM prints, with no...

Read more