The 3 files for this print will need printing twice, the second print for each piece will need to be mirrored. This is a nice easy print so you can use what ever settings you think will be best. I printed this one in Pla with standard Cura fast print settings with the Ultimaker 2 +. Each part will slot together for easy assembly.
The finish I used was very simple. chrome spray for the base coat followed by a light misting of matte black. Black acrylic paint then brushed over and wiped away with a cloth to darken the metal effect and leave a grubby look in corners etc. I then used Metal polish over the edges to clean up the black leaving a shine. The wood effect in the body of the axe and the teeth were just painted with acrylic paints. The handle was wrapped with Nappa leather.
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