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Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Guardian Sword with Improved Handle Area #3DThursday #3DPrinting

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Light up and improved guardian sward shared by bendoerr on Thingiverse:

It really bothered me how the handle and blade were split, additionally part of the masking on the handle was missing. Thankfully the Adafruit team shared the Fusion360 design so I went about resolving it. I can manage in Inventor/Fusion360 but am completely lost every time I open Blender. Lastly, as a software dev I thought the Adafruit pixel code was boring, so I spiced mine up.

If I were to print the sword again, there is a whole lot I’d like to fix. The standoffs are horrible and I ended up using a good amount of super glue. I’d also continue my fixes to hiding the seams, I’d like to hide the middle blade seam under the masking and tweak the upper blade masking so I could also hide that seam under it. When the blade is powered on these things are not noticeable but, I’ve got it mounted on my wall now.

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