CarryTheWhat shared this epic sword print on Thingiverse!
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You can buy this sword fully built on our Etsy! Find it here: http://etsy.me/2bZdWZT
The Finn Sword from Adventure Time! Part sword, part Finn! Totally awesome!
This is a really fun and easy two color print! Just use blue and white to make this awesome sword!
This sword has been split into segments for ease of printing, but we also included the original full handle and blade if you want to break it into a larger or smaller number of segments.
Check out our YouTube channel for build videos and other cool stuff! https://www.youtube.com/c/3dcentralva
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