Master Sword Sheath

Prints (1)

Description

If you want more information and to see it more closely, watch this video: https://youtu.be/Za5byBQs0I4

This is the sheath that goes along with the Master Sword I created here: https://pinshape.com/items/20134-3d-printed-master-sword-full-size-legend-of-zelda

I created this sheath in Fusion 360 along with the sword. I printed this on my Robo 3D R1 using Hatchbox White PLA. The settings I used for this are listed below. The whole thing took about 14 hours to print.

Print Settings: Layer Height: 0.3mm Infill: 20% Supports: No Raft: No

Post-Processing: Step 1: Print and Assemble. Print all the pieces out and use the keys provided to position everything correctly.

Step 2: Glue. Use Super Glue to glue all of the pieces in place. Let them sit until the glue completely sets up. We let ours sits for several days.

Step 3: Hide the seams. We used Loctite repair putty and just smeared it on the seams in order to cover them up.

Step 4: Sanding. Sand any rough spots and make sure to get the repair putty sanded down flush with the rest of the sheath.

Step 5: Prime. Apply a couple coats of plastic primer, letting it dry completely after each coat.

Step 6: Paint the blue sections. We used an airbrush for this, but any painting technique can be used.

Step 7: Paint the gold. Again, any technique can be used, but we went with a small painting sponge to give it a cool texture and allow for easy coverage on these big areas. Just dip the sponge in the paint and dab it all over the areas you want to paint.

Step 8: Apply some sort of finishing coat to it in order to protect it from damage to the paint.

Design Files

File Size

Sheath Foible 1.stl
265 KB
Sheath Foible 2.stl
142 KB
Sheath Forte 1.stl
676 KB
Sheath Forte 2.stl
377 KB
Sheath Guard.stl
472 KB
Sheath Middle 1.stl
174 KB
Sheath Middle 2.stl
228 KB

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