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ace_nesto

Kingdom come: Deliverance - Sword of Sir Radzig (Racek)

by ace_nesto Apr 7, 2018
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Hey ace_nesto! Thanks for this awesome model!
I'm currently doing a twitch livestream of the game and thought about printing this out and doing a giveaway contest for it :)
You can catch my stream at twitch.tv/doitsujin_de (although it's in German, please come and say hi :) )

How long would the metal bars have to be exactly to fit in the blade part and what do you mean by "file a slot for handle" ? Doesn't the pommel attach to the two handle parts?

Thanks again! Hoping for your reply :)

Wow, that's awesome idea :-) I sure will check your stream today :-).

If you need exact measurements, I will measure how long bars need to be and I'll let you know later today. I bought 3m long bar, so I didn't really had to think about having enough :-D.
Just from memory, there is one slot for central bar, which is not really going thru whole sword and sword is over 1 meter long. Then there are tho shorter bars on sides around 0,5m long. It should be enough for you to buy 2m long bar.

About pommel, whole sword is made so you can sort of "recreate the scene" at the beginning of the game, so there is that extension of the blade to the handle part (It also makes it stronger). So you'll have blade, crossguard, handle and pommel and you can put it all together almost like a real sword. If you print pommel in 100% scale, you don't need to file anything (almost anything, probably some fitting will be necessary and removing supports and so on), only if you decide to to make pommel smaller, then you'll need to make slot for handle bar larger. Pommel on game sword is also quite large and I can say, that on my sword, it is not getting in to way and it feels quite natural, so I don't think you need to make it smaller. But I do admit, I made pommel a bit oversized.

Thanks for the fast reply! Ok now i understand how everything fits together :)
Please do let me know when you have the time about the dimensions of the bars.
I'll fire up the printer today to test the print on stream on a shrinked down model but i think i'll definitely get shiny silver filament for the silver parts and wood filament for the handle to make it look more authentic :D

What do you mean by shrinked down? If you'll make the whole model smaller, you also need to use smaller nozzle. Because 0,4 is the thinnest wall.
Not to mention that shrinking down will probably make that latin text on crossguard unreadable.

I thought about downscaling the parts and putting them together in Cura as one little sword and print that as a rough prototype to hold into the camera :)

So, one longest rod is 980mm and two side rods are 424mm. So as I said 2m long bar is enough :-). I'll check for posibility to scale it down. It's and interesting idea to make small 'keychain' version.
EDIT: I made assembly vesion of STL, you can download it. If you scale it down to 22% and sink it to the ground for about 4,4mm, you should be able to print it diagonaly twice and then glue it together. It might be interesting I almost want to try myself :-D. I recommend to use as best resolution as possible, it might save some details.

Really cool! Are you going to paint it?

Hello 13thDiablo, thank you :-). Yes I'm planning to paint it, weather it and wrap handle with metal wire and leather. But I'm slow worker, so it will take a while :-D. I'll put pictures here, when finished.