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A 3D printed kit for the Viper Dual Swords.

Each sword finishes at 38" and connects to make a 76" glaive. 

The swords assemble on a 1/4" diameter dowel or threaded rod, 35.5" long. We suggest using aluminum for strength, but wood is fine too. Threaded rods work even better because it works with the connector pommels!

The pommels use 1/4" threaded hex nuts for the couplings. We’ll include them with your kit, but we will not include the required threaded rod.

Whatever rods are available to you locally may vary so, take the hex nuts and pommel with you to the hardware store and test fit. 


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

Meteor's Viper Dual Swords [3D Printed Kit]

SKU: 1560
Regular price $150.00
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Joe Bunag
Meteor Viper Swords 3d Kit

The pieces were easy to understand and simple to build, while I’ve only built one sword so far due to wanting to take my time I can say the quality of the sword I’ve built is wonderful

A 3D printed kit for the Viper Dual Swords.

Each sword finishes at 38" and connects to make a 76" glaive. 

The swords assemble on a 1/4" diameter dowel or threaded rod, 35.5" long. We suggest using aluminum for strength, but wood is fine too. Threaded rods work even better because it works with the connector pommels!

The pommels use 1/4" threaded hex nuts for the couplings. We’ll include them with your kit, but we will not include the required threaded rod.

Whatever rods are available to you locally may vary so, take the hex nuts and pommel with you to the hardware store and test fit. 


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

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