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Klingon curved Mek'leth - Star Trek

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Klingon curved Mek'leth - Star Trek 3D PRINT MODEL

A mek'leth was a traditional Klingon bladed weapon. While Klingons often carried disruptors, they prefered to use bladed weapons in combat, with the two most common ones being the mek'leth and the bat'leth.

Files contain pieces of the weapon ready to be 3D printed and complete weapon files that are not cut into smaller pieces.

SCALE

At 100% scale the weapon’s dimensions are:

Width approx. 13 mm

Length approx. 207 mm

Height approx. 83 mm

You can scale the model as you like.

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This model was created by Jose from our 3Demon team. It is fan-made. You can check out his instagram @zbite_3dart. We are group of modelling and 3d printing enthusiasts, who work in a 3D makerspace based in Prague, Czech Republic. We make cosplay accessories, technical gadgets and much more. Have a look at our Facebook page or visit our website to find out more about us:

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3D printing settings

We recommend a layer height of 0.1 to 0.3 mm on FDM printers. All parts are aligned to the printing platform for easy manipulation. Most of the parts need minimal or no use of printing supports to save printing time and filament. For reliable printing, we also recommend setting a brim to the weapons shell parts, because of their height and low thickness. It will ensure that the parts will not come off the printing platform during the printing process. Printing settings will vary greatly depending on your specific printer.

  • 3D file format: OBJ and STL
  • Last update: 2019/06/24 at 10:35
  • Publication date: 2019/06/21 at 20:57

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