Comb shared this project on Thingiverse!
My Daughter wanted to be Maka Albarn from Soul-Eater for Halloween.
So I designed and printed a Schythe top and cufflink buttons for her costume.
I used the included image as a design guide and images of the PPP figure for proper scale for her size.
The blade opening was too wide for the blade we made, so I made some shims to help hold it in place.
included in the openscad file so you can re-scale to your size, adjust blade opening and or shims. Adjust shaft opening to your shaft of choice and possibly create jacket buttons.
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