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

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Dangerous Ladies' 3D models for Malleus' Staff.
Models by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

.stl format. Finishes 62" long, cut for printers 220mmx220mm. You can make it taller by simply making the handle longer. I've included both a whole main wheel and one split into thirds; if your printer is 300mm or more, it can fit the wheel in one piece!

It also has the following features:
- a hollow "lantern" with a slotted cap; you can install a light in there.
- a hollow and solid version of the base; the hollow one has a lid with holes so if you want to run an EL wire "thread" around the wheel, you can. (You'll definitely want to print the hollow version with very thick walls, though!
- spiralling vines
- spinning wheels, no additional hardware beyond a dowel post required
- separate gems
- almost no visible seams (two are hidden by the second arm's side caps, the others are on the big wheel!

The staff uses the following segments for assembly:
40mm of 3/16” (for six short spokes)
95mm of 3/16” (for six long spokes)
65mm of 1” (for small wheel)
60 mm of 1” (for big wheel)
120mm of 3/16” (for first arm spike)
160mm of 1/2” (for second arm towards lantern)
300mm of 3/8” (for third arm)
845mm of 1” Schedule 40 PVC (for main handle)
300mm of 1” clear acrylic rod (for neck; can be longer if desired, but it has to be 225mm at minimum to fit into the PVC handle.)

The acrylic rod is designed to slot into the PVC handle to make a "clear" segment to support the head. You cannot omit a post here because the vines will not be able to support the head on their own, but if you cannot locate an acrylic rod, you can use a regular 1" dowel.

I do suggest bringing the rod/dowel with you to the hardware store to get the PVC pipe because different pipes have different wall sizes. If you're not super familiar with PVC pipe sizing, just print one of the handle pieces for size, find your acrylic rod/dowel, and bring it to the hardware store. Schedule 40 is super common but it's handy to check before you buy.

Also: do PRACTICE assembly without glue first! There are a lot of pieces in this project and you'll want to be familiar with how it goes together before you start permanently attaching anything :)

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.

Malleus' Spinning Wheel Staff [3D Print Files]

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Dangerous Ladies' 3D models for Malleus' Staff.
Models by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

.stl format. Finishes 62" long, cut for printers 220mmx220mm. You can make it taller by simply making the handle longer. I've included both a whole main wheel and one split into thirds; if your printer is 300mm or more, it can fit the wheel in one piece!

It also has the following features:
- a hollow "lantern" with a slotted cap; you can install a light in there.
- a hollow and solid version of the base; the hollow one has a lid with holes so if you want to run an EL wire "thread" around the wheel, you can. (You'll definitely want to print the hollow version with very thick walls, though!
- spiralling vines
- spinning wheels, no additional hardware beyond a dowel post required
- separate gems
- almost no visible seams (two are hidden by the second arm's side caps, the others are on the big wheel!

The staff uses the following segments for assembly:
40mm of 3/16” (for six short spokes)
95mm of 3/16” (for six long spokes)
65mm of 1” (for small wheel)
60 mm of 1” (for big wheel)
120mm of 3/16” (for first arm spike)
160mm of 1/2” (for second arm towards lantern)
300mm of 3/8” (for third arm)
845mm of 1” Schedule 40 PVC (for main handle)
300mm of 1” clear acrylic rod (for neck; can be longer if desired, but it has to be 225mm at minimum to fit into the PVC handle.)

The acrylic rod is designed to slot into the PVC handle to make a "clear" segment to support the head. You cannot omit a post here because the vines will not be able to support the head on their own, but if you cannot locate an acrylic rod, you can use a regular 1" dowel.

I do suggest bringing the rod/dowel with you to the hardware store to get the PVC pipe because different pipes have different wall sizes. If you're not super familiar with PVC pipe sizing, just print one of the handle pieces for size, find your acrylic rod/dowel, and bring it to the hardware store. Schedule 40 is super common but it's handy to check before you buy.

Also: do PRACTICE assembly without glue first! There are a lot of pieces in this project and you'll want to be familiar with how it goes together before you start permanently attaching anything :)

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.

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