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Baby Sword Rattle #3DThursday #3DPrinting

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Tara shared this adorable 3D printable baby sword rattle on Thingiverse. Awwwwwwww its so cute!

Deck out your little Warrior or Paladin with the latest weapon from the forge.

Print and assembly video here … https://youtu.be/WZlEAdIAsHw

Print the peas first (i find that using 2 groups of peas makes the best rattle), and when the blade is about half way printed, drop the peas in the open end; this ensures that the peas are forever contained in the rattle.

No support material should be required.

Use superglue, or 5 minute epoxy to secure all the pieces together.

As with all 3D printed toys, parental supervision is required. Discard any broken toys, as the small pieces could be sharp, or pose a choking hazard.

I used dutchmogul’s Baby’s First Mace for inspiration, scaling, and styling.

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