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 Venti's Lyre
Model by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

.stl format. Cut to fit beds 200x200x200 or 200x200x300, but I have included many whole pieces that can fit larger printers. I've also added a "top bar mods" file where the top bar is hollow to help facilitate threading EL wires back and forth instead of doing them all individually.

For the main body:
- To print the lyre main body in one piece, you will need a printer with a 465mm height.
- You will have to put the main body piece diagonally on a 200x200 bed to fit; if you have a wider printer in one direction (258mm or higher) you can fit it straight!
- If you print the 300mm tall version, you'll only have two seams on the entire prop to patch. Everything else is seamless!

For top bar:
- If you have a printer 210mm or taller (some 200mm printers will do this anyway) you can print the "whole" top bar; it uses the same keys as the split one.
- For the split one, the keys do double duty and join both the ends and the split in the bar. This seam will be hidden by the arm of the lyre body, so you don't have to worry about patching the seam!

For the gold accessories:
- All gold pieces print separately and flat on the printer bed so you can paint them separately. In fact, the entire prop can be painted separately and then assembled later. Lovely when you don't have to tape anything off, huh?

For the strings/lights:
- I've made the body of the lyre hollow; the "top cap" piece caps it off. This cavity inside the lyre is roomy enough to fit battery packs and other electronics.
- If you want to skip electronics, the holes for the wires accommodate 4mm; you can either thread wire/cord through this for pluckable strings, or you can put 4mm acrylic rods, dowels, etc for rigid strings.
- If you want to do electronics, I suggest either running 4mm acrylic rods through these holes and installing blue lights inside the cavity to illuminate them, or run 3.2mm EL wire through them.
- The gold centre piece frame has slots in the back that correspond with the lyre body; these slots are made to fit a 1/4" magnet that is 3mm deep. This is so that if you want to access the battery hatch to flip a switch or something, you can pop off the centre gem to access it instead of tangling with the wires.
- If you choose not to light up the lyre (or do not want the gems to light up), I suggest backing the gems with foil so they reflect more light!

Files include:
- Photos
- .STL files

We printed ours at 0.1 and 0.15mm layers. We suggest keeping a moderate infill (no lower than 15%) and walls of about 1.2-1.4mm.

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
Sale

Venti's Lyre [3D Print Files]

SKU: 147
Regular price $15.00 $12.75 15% off
Unit price
per 
Instant Download
Email Delivery

Shipped and Made Consciously. Read More

Need help? Contact us

Dangerous Ladies' 3D models for Venti's Lyre
Model by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

.stl format. Cut to fit beds 200x200x200 or 200x200x300, but I have included many whole pieces that can fit larger printers. I've also added a "top bar mods" file where the top bar is hollow to help facilitate threading EL wires back and forth instead of doing them all individually.

For the main body:
- To print the lyre main body in one piece, you will need a printer with a 465mm height.
- You will have to put the main body piece diagonally on a 200x200 bed to fit; if you have a wider printer in one direction (258mm or higher) you can fit it straight!
- If you print the 300mm tall version, you'll only have two seams on the entire prop to patch. Everything else is seamless!

For top bar:
- If you have a printer 210mm or taller (some 200mm printers will do this anyway) you can print the "whole" top bar; it uses the same keys as the split one.
- For the split one, the keys do double duty and join both the ends and the split in the bar. This seam will be hidden by the arm of the lyre body, so you don't have to worry about patching the seam!

For the gold accessories:
- All gold pieces print separately and flat on the printer bed so you can paint them separately. In fact, the entire prop can be painted separately and then assembled later. Lovely when you don't have to tape anything off, huh?

For the strings/lights:
- I've made the body of the lyre hollow; the "top cap" piece caps it off. This cavity inside the lyre is roomy enough to fit battery packs and other electronics.
- If you want to skip electronics, the holes for the wires accommodate 4mm; you can either thread wire/cord through this for pluckable strings, or you can put 4mm acrylic rods, dowels, etc for rigid strings.
- If you want to do electronics, I suggest either running 4mm acrylic rods through these holes and installing blue lights inside the cavity to illuminate them, or run 3.2mm EL wire through them.
- The gold centre piece frame has slots in the back that correspond with the lyre body; these slots are made to fit a 1/4" magnet that is 3mm deep. This is so that if you want to access the battery hatch to flip a switch or something, you can pop off the centre gem to access it instead of tangling with the wires.
- If you choose not to light up the lyre (or do not want the gems to light up), I suggest backing the gems with foil so they reflect more light!

Files include:
- Photos
- .STL files

We printed ours at 0.1 and 0.15mm layers. We suggest keeping a moderate infill (no lower than 15%) and walls of about 1.2-1.4mm.

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