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Kama - 1:3 3d printed

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Kama - 1:3 3d printed
Kama - 1:3 3d printed

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Kama - 1:3

3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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Before being improvised as a weapon, the kama was widely used throughout Asia to cut crops, mostly rice. It is found in many shapes and forms in Southeast Asia and is particularly common in martial arts from Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. It is also used in Chinese martial arts but not often. From one or both of these areas, the kama was brought to Okinawa and incorporated into the martial art of te (hand) and later karate (empty hand). It also spawned the use of the kusarigama and the Kyoketsu Shoge.

This item is printed in White, Strong & Flexible plastic and as such, has a slightly rough surface texture out of the box.  It is suggested that you use a fine grit sandpaper to gently sand down* this surface texture to a smooth finish before priming and painting your weapons.

There is a slight chance of the item arriving warped.  This is due to heat and other factors in the printing process.  If this happens, apply even heat with a hair dryer until the plastic softens, then gently reposition the pieces with your fingers.  Allow it to cool in the corrected position to maintain the shape.

* Plastic sanding dust can be toxic if inhaled or ingested.  Please wear appropriate safety gear such as goggles and breathing mask when sanding Quarter Scale Armory models.  
What's in the box:
OMA - Kama 1:3
15.31 x 0.9 x 5.37 cm
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6.03 x 0.35 x 2.12 inches
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