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Alita – Damascus Blade

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  • High detailed model of a Alita’s Damascus Blade Sword from Alita: Battle Angel
    3D Model fully ready for Simple 3D printing stl – FDM ,SLS and SLA printer.
  • STL Data ready for 3D printing:
    • sword separated into smaller printable parts

$15.00

3D printable cosplay

Description

Alita Damascus Blade Sword

Alita is the main hero of the 2019 movie Alita: Battle Angel

This model is a Sword. It is quite big and is meant to be post-processed.

Files contain pieces of the sword ready to be 3D printed and easily assembled. The sword is not there in one piece because the details on the blade were done after splitting it into pieces.

SCALE
At 100% scale the sword’s dimensions are:
Width approx. 130 mm
Length approx. 908 mm
Thickness approx. 43 mm

You can scale the model as you like.

3D PRINTER SETTINGS

As the sword is quite big, it is meant to be post-processed. We recommend a layer height of 0.1 to 0.3 mm on FDM printers. All parts are aligned to the printing platform for easy manipulation. Most of the parts need minimal or no use of printing supports to save printing time and filament. For reliable printing, we also recommend setting a brim to some of the parts, because of their height and low thickness. It will ensure, that the parts will not come off the printing platform during the printing process. Printing settings will vary greatly depending on your specific printer.

This model was made because someone asked for it. If you’d like to suggest what we should do next, check out our pre-order page and fill in your suggestion: 3d-mon.com/preorder

This model was created by someone from our 3Demon team. It is fan-made. We are group of modelling and 3D printing enthusiasts, who work in a 3D makerspace located in Prague, Czech Republic. We make cosplay accessories, technical gadgets and much more.

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erik
29 days 2 hours ago

what type of input you guys have on adding lights?

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Filip
19 days 11 hours ago

Hi, you can have a look at the video. We used a strip of LED lights connected to a battery.