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Totte

Improved Butterfly Knife From CS:GO

by Totte Apr 22, 2015
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Seems very cool, gonna try and see if it works. My hands are smaller so it should work, anyways thanks for your commitment!

is the blade split in two?

Where do i put the normal nut

I don't know what "the normal nut" is.

Read the description, you use m3 20mm bolts instead.

How do I convert the info to Makerbot??

It would be nice if you cold 3D print the Nuts and Bolts

I gonna try to print them

i like how the blade is separate from the handle so you can print the blade out in metal if you want.

does the knife is fliping or no?

The knife is flippable, yes.

i think its great but the details need work suck as, putting cuts or indents on the lower back part of the knife more details are missing too, look at cs:go picture to see what I'm talking about.
I love it, please take my comment into consideration

If you're talking about the "cut things" at the lower back of the blade, yeah those could be included, I just don't have the time to do that. However, I feel like small cuts or scratches is no point putting in since they might not even be visible in the print depending on settings and printer. You should also remember that this is not trying to be an exact copy of the knife in cs go, I use this model personally because it's easy to print.

Really nice model, I printed the blade in to halves and glued it together. First print at 100% and very happy with it but it's a little small so printing again at 125%. I'm uploading the remix.

Thanks!

Paul

nice! Holes are a little bit too small for M3 Bolts but using a lighter to heat the scew, it fit and everything works (Also the distance at the end of the grip parts is a little too small, but that doesn't really matter either because you can just screw it in less tightly

Thanks, about the holes: I used a drill to make the holes a little bit bigger. About the distance: As I said in the description I used a regular m3 nut to act as spacer.