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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 Wolfwood's Stampede Punisher.
Models by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

.stl format. Fits printers 250mm or 300mm or taller, but there are some whole versions if you want to cut your own. This is a colossal print job, as it finishes at a whopping 76". I think it is somewhat beginner friendly, as the pieces are not particularly complicated, but there are a ton of print hours.

- It does not transform or have internal guts, but it is hollow, and the main arm pieces assemble into wholes, so if you wanted to modify it around an internal frame, it should be adaptable.
- The center hub has to be printed with extremely durable settings to support everything.
- The top cover can be glued in place, or you can use the magnet tabs to make it magnet on and off.
- The "lights" are all open, so you can install clear plastic sheeting to illuminate them.
- The center "dial" fits loosely into its housing, so you can snap it together through the center hub and glue it only to itself, and then it can spin!
- The center hub has no detail; because the prop has a lot of moving parts, there is no real canon look to this section that I can determine, so feel free to decorate at your own whims.
- The top and bottom part of the cross (mirrored) connect with flat planes glued face to face, while the long direction has internal dowel channels for support.
- All of the arms attach to the central hub, so you can slot them on and off for travel or storage. I fit them tightly but you may want to install magnets inside the slots to keep them secure.

It assembles on the following hardware:
- (x28) 3.5" dowels, 1/4" diameter; these are to marry the fronts to backs on the arms.
- (x4) 47" of 1/4" aluminum rod for upper part of long arm
- (x4) 45.5" of 1/4" aluminum rod for lower part of long arm
- (x4) 19.5" of 1/4" aluminum rod for upper part of top arm
- (x4) 45.5" of 1/4" aluminum rod for lower part of top arm
- (x4) 8.75" of 5/8" aluminum rod to attach side arms to central hub (do not sub out for wooden dowels for these ones; the others should be okay, but this one is structural.)


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.

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

Wolfwood's Punisher [3D Print Files]

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Dangerous Ladies' 3D models for Wolfwood's Stampede Punisher.
Models by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

.stl format. Fits printers 250mm or 300mm or taller, but there are some whole versions if you want to cut your own. This is a colossal print job, as it finishes at a whopping 76". I think it is somewhat beginner friendly, as the pieces are not particularly complicated, but there are a ton of print hours.

- It does not transform or have internal guts, but it is hollow, and the main arm pieces assemble into wholes, so if you wanted to modify it around an internal frame, it should be adaptable.
- The center hub has to be printed with extremely durable settings to support everything.
- The top cover can be glued in place, or you can use the magnet tabs to make it magnet on and off.
- The "lights" are all open, so you can install clear plastic sheeting to illuminate them.
- The center "dial" fits loosely into its housing, so you can snap it together through the center hub and glue it only to itself, and then it can spin!
- The center hub has no detail; because the prop has a lot of moving parts, there is no real canon look to this section that I can determine, so feel free to decorate at your own whims.
- The top and bottom part of the cross (mirrored) connect with flat planes glued face to face, while the long direction has internal dowel channels for support.
- All of the arms attach to the central hub, so you can slot them on and off for travel or storage. I fit them tightly but you may want to install magnets inside the slots to keep them secure.

It assembles on the following hardware:
- (x28) 3.5" dowels, 1/4" diameter; these are to marry the fronts to backs on the arms.
- (x4) 47" of 1/4" aluminum rod for upper part of long arm
- (x4) 45.5" of 1/4" aluminum rod for lower part of long arm
- (x4) 19.5" of 1/4" aluminum rod for upper part of top arm
- (x4) 45.5" of 1/4" aluminum rod for lower part of top arm
- (x4) 8.75" of 5/8" aluminum rod to attach side arms to central hub (do not sub out for wooden dowels for these ones; the others should be okay, but this one is structural.)


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.

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

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