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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 Yoimiya's Geta sandals (and choker pendant.)
Model by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

.stl format. You want to print Geta sandals? Here we go! These sandals were modelled to fit roughly a size 8 (24cm) foot, but they can easily be scaled up and down for other shoe sizes. You can print the sandals flat if you have a printer bed up to 300mmx300mm, but if your printer is narrow but 300m tall, you can print it upright.

Some rules about this print:
1. You should print these durably. What is durable will vary depending on your weight, how much you like to stomp around, and how rambunctious you intend to be in them. I think 2mm walls and a 20% infill are a great start, but you should test print one first to see how reliable it is, especially if you plan to wear them around a convention all day.
2. You should use a really good glue to attach the legs to the sole. Something thick with a gap-filling property like a 2-part 5-min epoxy should work fine; superglue would not, as it doesn't fill gaps as much.
3. These are not ergonomic by any means. The arch may not be comfortable for your specific foot. Consider cutting out a bit of foam padding to go under your arch if it doesn't fit nicely. (Though it bears noting these have far better arch support than most Geta!)
4. Breaking the shoe you worked hard to make would be disappointing, but you should avoid running, jumping and other sorts of applied lateral force on these in case you fall and injure yourself. I am not responsible for their use or abuses. Stay safe out there, folks! (But with thick enough walls, they SHOULD be very durable!)

Straps:

The shoes have three 6mm holes in the top that go down to the bottom; there is a cavity underneath where the straps can be tied off but remain hidden inside the shoe. Should mean it's pretty easy to adjust, too!

Sizing:

You can scale easily by measuring the sole of your foot from toe to heel and dividing that number by the default number, 24. Ie, to get a size 10 (26 cm) then divide 26 by 24 to get 1.08, which means you should print it at 108%.

I've provided a cheat sheet below.

Size 5 = 90%
Size 6 = 93%
Size 7 = 98%
Size 8 = 100%
Size 9 = 104%
Size 10 = 108%
Size 11 = 111%
Size 12 = 115%


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.

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

Materials:
digital file

Yoimiya's Geta Sandals [3D Print Files]

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Dangerous Ladies' 3D models for Yoimiya's Geta sandals (and choker pendant.)
Model by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

.stl format. You want to print Geta sandals? Here we go! These sandals were modelled to fit roughly a size 8 (24cm) foot, but they can easily be scaled up and down for other shoe sizes. You can print the sandals flat if you have a printer bed up to 300mmx300mm, but if your printer is narrow but 300m tall, you can print it upright.

Some rules about this print:
1. You should print these durably. What is durable will vary depending on your weight, how much you like to stomp around, and how rambunctious you intend to be in them. I think 2mm walls and a 20% infill are a great start, but you should test print one first to see how reliable it is, especially if you plan to wear them around a convention all day.
2. You should use a really good glue to attach the legs to the sole. Something thick with a gap-filling property like a 2-part 5-min epoxy should work fine; superglue would not, as it doesn't fill gaps as much.
3. These are not ergonomic by any means. The arch may not be comfortable for your specific foot. Consider cutting out a bit of foam padding to go under your arch if it doesn't fit nicely. (Though it bears noting these have far better arch support than most Geta!)
4. Breaking the shoe you worked hard to make would be disappointing, but you should avoid running, jumping and other sorts of applied lateral force on these in case you fall and injure yourself. I am not responsible for their use or abuses. Stay safe out there, folks! (But with thick enough walls, they SHOULD be very durable!)

Straps:

The shoes have three 6mm holes in the top that go down to the bottom; there is a cavity underneath where the straps can be tied off but remain hidden inside the shoe. Should mean it's pretty easy to adjust, too!

Sizing:

You can scale easily by measuring the sole of your foot from toe to heel and dividing that number by the default number, 24. Ie, to get a size 10 (26 cm) then divide 26 by 24 to get 1.08, which means you should print it at 108%.

I've provided a cheat sheet below.

Size 5 = 90%
Size 6 = 93%
Size 7 = 98%
Size 8 = 100%
Size 9 = 104%
Size 10 = 108%
Size 11 = 111%
Size 12 = 115%


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.

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

Materials:
digital file

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