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Dangerous Ladies' 3D models for Travis Touchdown's Blood Berry.
Model by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

.stl format. Cut for printing on a 250mm tall printer, but most pieces will fit smaller. It has both a regular version that does not light up and is more accurate to canon, and a version that is designed to convert a bought Star Wars-style lightsaber.

Regular version finishes at 42.5", and the lightsaber conversion version finishes at 48".

This is an intermediate project; it comes in many many parts so that it can be printed with minimal supports and very strong walls, but has a lot of assembly. Most pieces can be painted before assembly too so there's less need to tape off.

There are also two versions of the handle top collet; one with an opening switch door and one with a permanently closed door.

REGULAR VERSION additional hardware needed:
  • 1007mm of 3/16” aluminum rod for centre bar
  • 755 mm of 3/16” aluminum rod for side bar
  • 100mm of 1/16” aluminum or steel pin for switch box
  • 12 mm of 1/8” aluminum or steel pins for side details x3
  • 90mm of 5/16” rod for satellite arms
  • Upper tubing: 3/8” diameter
  • Lower tubing: 1/8” diameter

LIGHTSABER CONVERSION VERSION additional hardware needed (not included):
  • 835 mm of 1/4” aluminum rod for side bar
  • 14.5 mm of 3/16” aluminum or steel pins for side details x3
  • 12 mm of 1/16” aluminum or steel pins for switch box
  • 90 mm of 5/16th” aluminum or steel pins for satellite wings x2
  • Upper tubing: 7/16” diameter
  • Lower tubing: 1/8” diameter
  • If your lightsaber has a charger just above the button, you can print the "half" handle piece to access it via magnets; this will need 8 magnets, 1/4".

I modelled this for us with a generic Heavy Dueling Lightsaber with an aluminum handle. When purchasing a base lightsaber, you should be looking for:

  • Blade length: 31"
  • Overall length: 40.5"
  • Overall handle length: 9.5"
  • Circumference at widest point of handle: 4.12"
  • Top to charge port: 3"
  • Bottom to center button: 5.5"
  • Button diameter: 0.5"


I strongly suggest test printing the handle pieces of the conversion files first to see what might need to be tweaked for your saber.

**If you need modifications for a specific lightsaber base, please message us. We can do small alterations for a $10 charge, and quote for significant overhauls.**


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.

Travis Touchdown's Blood Berry Beam Katana [3D Print Files]

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Dangerous Ladies' 3D models for Travis Touchdown's Blood Berry.
Model by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

.stl format. Cut for printing on a 250mm tall printer, but most pieces will fit smaller. It has both a regular version that does not light up and is more accurate to canon, and a version that is designed to convert a bought Star Wars-style lightsaber.

Regular version finishes at 42.5", and the lightsaber conversion version finishes at 48".

This is an intermediate project; it comes in many many parts so that it can be printed with minimal supports and very strong walls, but has a lot of assembly. Most pieces can be painted before assembly too so there's less need to tape off.

There are also two versions of the handle top collet; one with an opening switch door and one with a permanently closed door.

REGULAR VERSION additional hardware needed:
  • 1007mm of 3/16” aluminum rod for centre bar
  • 755 mm of 3/16” aluminum rod for side bar
  • 100mm of 1/16” aluminum or steel pin for switch box
  • 12 mm of 1/8” aluminum or steel pins for side details x3
  • 90mm of 5/16” rod for satellite arms
  • Upper tubing: 3/8” diameter
  • Lower tubing: 1/8” diameter

LIGHTSABER CONVERSION VERSION additional hardware needed (not included):
  • 835 mm of 1/4” aluminum rod for side bar
  • 14.5 mm of 3/16” aluminum or steel pins for side details x3
  • 12 mm of 1/16” aluminum or steel pins for switch box
  • 90 mm of 5/16th” aluminum or steel pins for satellite wings x2
  • Upper tubing: 7/16” diameter
  • Lower tubing: 1/8” diameter
  • If your lightsaber has a charger just above the button, you can print the "half" handle piece to access it via magnets; this will need 8 magnets, 1/4".

I modelled this for us with a generic Heavy Dueling Lightsaber with an aluminum handle. When purchasing a base lightsaber, you should be looking for:

  • Blade length: 31"
  • Overall length: 40.5"
  • Overall handle length: 9.5"
  • Circumference at widest point of handle: 4.12"
  • Top to charge port: 3"
  • Bottom to center button: 5.5"
  • Button diameter: 0.5"


I strongly suggest test printing the handle pieces of the conversion files first to see what might need to be tweaked for your saber.

**If you need modifications for a specific lightsaber base, please message us. We can do small alterations for a $10 charge, and quote for significant overhauls.**


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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