The Deicidium Part A

The Deicidium Part A 3d printed Games Toys
The Deicidium Part A 3d printed Games Toys
The Deicidium Part A 3d printed Games Toys
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The Deicidium Part A 3d printed Games Toys
The Deicidium Part A 3d printed Games Toys
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The Deicidium Part A 3d printed Games Toys
The Deicidium Part A 3d printed Games Toys
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The Deicidium Part A 3d printed Games Toys
The Deicidium Part A 3d printed Games Toys
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About this Product

Version 2.0: Handle is shaped to a straight cylinder for better grip.

This is the hilt section of the Deicidium blade, consisting of the handle piece and pommel attachment. Includes an auxiliary peg on the side for storage.
The handle is 5mm peg compatible.

Printing in Black Strong Flexible is recommended.

Click here for Part B (136mm long blade).
Click here for Part B (110mm long blade).

Version 2.0 is tested in Black Strong Flexible and Frosted Ultra Detail.

You might also be interested in getting the Desecrated Vambrace.

Dimensions

IN: 1.496 w x 3.012 d x 0.669 h
CM: 3.8 w x 7.65 d x 1.7 h
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the detail is amazing, but yea I had to scrap away at the peg hole but took out too much and ended using epoxy glue to get the top piece into the bottom handle. and yes very loose in the hand but I blame hasbro on this. the sword handle would look too bulky if it had to fit this nearly wide open hand. I'm going to heat up my megatrons hand and close it a bit. no biggy. I still recommend this for any transformers prime fan, its perfect to go with your optimus prime that has a dr.wu or shapeways sword of the primes or whatever its called.
June 7, 2013, 10:51 pm
Got this in White Strong and Flexible Polished, it's a tiny bit loose in both his hand and back, and I sort of had to poke a hole in it with an exacto knife to get the sword to peg in. Luckily the plastic is very powdery and it all just kind of melted away.
February 22, 2013, 5:47 pm
 
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