Sword Thru Chain Drapery Tie

A sword with celtic knots on sword and hilt that fits through a 3D printed chain

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A small 3D printed Viking sword used to hold together a chain to be used as a drapery tie. The chain design can be found here: https://www.youmagine.com/designs/drapery-tie-my4777-celtic-knot-project and the celtic knots for OpenSCAD can be found here: https://github.com/beanz/celtic-knot-scad


The sword was made by using primitives shapes scaled to make a more flat sword so that it would fit through the links. and the knots were imported from the celtic knots library and intersected with the blade and the hilt of the sword.

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A9ac4668fa8d689452b88bed0798375c?default=blank&size=40MonZon added this to the Things to make collection ago
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D34407dc5dfe09f5d12ee4d9e2e633e6?default=blank&size=40WayneHelminen published this design ago