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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
I recently started collecting kidrobot and other vinyl toys.. Unfortunately the accessories and weapons are very rare or non existant.. I recently 4 inch Munny mascot and i decided to build a bunch of weapons.. So here are the most dangerous collection of weapons you can get
These pieces come fully assembled and chains 3d print interlocked but not merged together so it works as an actual chain!!..
Right now i'm working with a desktop printer that leaves a nasty layering effect.. i reduce this by sanding it down and smoothing it out with acetone... I then prime a print them and paint them to leave a glossy like surface.. I use @shapeways and i would love to use a @formlabs printer to avoid this painstaking process... Please pick me!! the ability to 3d print in high resolution would revolutionize the way i prototype and create new objects