by Pedro Ruiz
Sraf shares a remix of our Guardian sword design:
This is a simple remix of Adafruit’s BOTW Guardian Sword, the parts here are cut to fit on smaller beds than the original, additional screw tabs were added to the new cuts so you will need to use more than their guide calls for. I have cut the decorative add ons at different positions than the sword was, this is so that they will add strength to the blade after they are glued on. Remember to print the Blade Decor twice. The blade tips were small enough for me to print in the original, so I have not included them here. If there is a need, I can cut them as well
Huge thanks to Pedro Ruiz for the original, and for making the Fusion 360 files available
download the files on: http://ift.tt/2pLDoZN
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