Earth, Water, Fire, Wind, and the Fifth Element pendants for necklaces, earrings, or charms. (Bonus! Bead model included.) Inspired by the movie Frozen II, I made these pendants to capture the spirit of the movie. So many combinations of styles are possible!
Included in the download are "top" models for each element along with one "back" that works for all of them. Each element is also included as a whole model for easy single extrusion printing. I also saved the whole set of backs and the whole set of tops as models for a quick setup. This is how I initially printed them and in less than 30 minutes.
I added a model for a magnetic "hanger" for the pendants since I wanted a way to display them without being on a necklace. I would not recommend a refrigerator since they will jiggle off. Indentation on back is for a round magnet 20 mm diameter, 2 mm thick.
Note: In the photo of the necklace with three elements, the snow element is printed with the x- and y-scales increased to 150% and the z-scale is still 100%.
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Note: I named the Fire and Earth elements according to what I saw online at the time I made these. Since then I have seen some Disney toys that have those elements switched (and I think that actually makes more sense), but I didn't want to go back and change my file names or original prints here.
Each pendant is approximately 10 mm x 41 mm x 2.5 mm. I printed these with 0.2 mm layer height, 1 outline/perimeter shell, 100% infill, no raft, and no supports.
Most beads we had available at home did not have large enough holes to put on a finished chain, so I designed my own! And they have the added benefit of matching colors.
Bead is 10 mm x 10 mm x 8 mm (height). The hole has a diameter of 6 mm (or 7 mm in vase mode). Prints well as full object and in vase/spiral mode. Vase mode is lighter weight and prints faster. For vase mode, I selected "Merge all outlines into a single model" in Simplify3D and used 0 top layers and 0 bottom layers. I used 0.2 mm layer height.
I am a high school math teacher and 3D printing hobbyist. I have been 3D printing since 2017 and enjoy making things for my classes and my own children and home in San Diego, California, USA.
I have a 3D printing sub-site abbymath.com/3DPrinting. See my video on YouTube and my user story written and published by Simplify3D. I design with Mathematica, CorelDRAW, Fusion 360, and Tinkercad. I love my MakerGear M3-ID and my Palette 2S Pro. I have a Monoprice Mini as well.
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