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October 20, 2016 AT 11:00 am

Dark Scythe From Monster Hunter is 3D Printed and So Metal #3DThursday #3DPrinting

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Fierce print from XcrismonP on Thingiverse:

After I got a 3D printer, I had thought about doing a big project. Since I love halloween and Monster Hunter there is nothing better project than making the most awesome looking weapon in the game. I spent almost 5 hours in blender to model this, and around 2 weeks to 3D print it and assemble it. The only thing that is not 3D printed is the stick i used as handle. I got this from my neighbour.

Now you can all get yourself a dark scythe and go and hunt some wyverns! Have a happy halloween!

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