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Lara croft rise of the tomb raider Climbing Axe

by fergal_kelly Jan 20, 2018
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Could you please make fewer parts? Let's say separated by colors? The grip, the shaft, and the two ice tips? I would use real inox bolts to connect the ice tips and print with different colors.
I will tip for this work.
Thank you

and how you like the new knife shadow tomb rider want him

Thank you for this thing! Thumbs up to you!

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Part 2 seems to have a void and some gaps in it... is this deliberate or is there a fault in the model?
Screenshot from S3D attached.

It is definitely not intentional but I don't seem to find any fault with the model it might be the result of your slicing software

OK, So S3D is seeing the model as 2 intersecting objects and slicing the differences. I was able to separate them using the 'Mesh / Separate Connected Surfaces' function (screenshot attached) and that'll let me use the two pieces along with the separated two pieces from the first print, but it might be worth ensuring that the objects are joined in your master (I've had problems in Fusion360 with the same thing) I hope that helps.

Cheers!

Thanks for checking, I've loaded up in FlashPrint and everything looks fine, so this may indeed be a simplify3D thing.. will investigate further. Thanks again! Nice model BTW... :)

Great design, attempting to make this. Only issue I'm having is trying to glue it together. A few points wont hold well, attempting to use E6000. guess we should try Superglue or Loctite? Toughts?

I would usually recommend plastic epoxy, but superglue should work fine too

I took the full thing and made some new cuts. It's 4 pieces rather than 12.

Thanks, we will go get some plastic epoxy today.