More than 460,000 different models of medieval swords in one package!
This package was made following exactly the excellent work done by Ewart Oakeshott and published by him in a book called “The Sword in the Age of Chivalry”, in other words, all the material provided here is historically accurate!
It consists of 27 blades, 26 crosses (guards), 12 grips and 55 pommes, allowing you to print 463,320 different swords! Not to mention the customizations that can be made in the length of the handles and blades!
Many blades have holes so you can reinforce them with threaded bars, which make them perfect for use not only in decoration, but as part of a costume.
It also contains STL files ready for printing nameplates of the main sword models defined by Oakeshott!
In addition, this package includes extensive documentation in English and Brazilian Portuguese, including an Oaheshott Typology poster (in A2 - 594cm X 420mm format) in high resolution (300dpi), which makes it perfect for printing. It also includes a poster in A3 format with all the information, tips and tricks for printing and assembling your sword (also at 300 dpi), as well as a 64-page catalog in A4 format (300 dpi) with the description of the typology defined by Oakeshott and all items included in the package. All of this was done with great care so that the material is truly a unique material of the highest quality!
It is historical material! If you are a student or enthusiast, this package cannot be missing from your collection!
And, if you have any problems or questions, you can contact me and I will help you with whatever is necessary!
For a best print experience, all blades were divided into six parts with inserts and pins to guarantee a perfect assembly and increase its resistance, so print the handle and the blade parts in the vertical position using the brim feature to prevent the pieces from coming off of the table. I suggest use 20 or more brim outlines. The pommel and cross can be printed at 0.2mm resolutions at relatively low speeds (30mm/s) to ensure a smooth finish. The blade can be printed at higher speeds and use 0.3mm layers to speed printing. For use in decoration, you can leave with two layers of wall and fill 10% to 20%. If using as part of a costume, the ideal is to leave with three or four layers for the walls and 35% fill. Use metallic filaments to give more effect to your swords and you can use any material, but if you are going to use it as part of a costume, prefer ABS or PETG. Always follow your filament manufacturer's recommendations for temperature adjustment. Use supports to ensure that the grooves for inserts and pins are better defined and the crosses can be printed without problems.
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