STL models Kayle’s sword (League of Legends)

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STL 3d models for Kayle’s sword from League of Legends, as seen in her visual rework. This includes 1 model for the blade, 3 cut models for the blade, half of the sword’s guard and the pommel.
The blade parts are suitable for a printer with atleast 400mm height, if your printer is smaller you can cut up the full model for the blade that is also included. The sword’s cross-guard needs to be printed twice (suitable for a printer with atleast 200x200mm bed), it does not need to be mirrored as it is a mirror in itself. The pommel should be suitable to print on any printer.

The guard and the pommel have cavities for a 30 to 35cm long pipe or rod, with a diameter of 32mm, to complete the entire hilt. The guard has cavities to allow wiring for leds and battery.

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STL 3d models for Kayle’s sword from League of Legends, as seen in her visual rework. This includes 1 model for the blade, 3 cut models for the blade, half of the sword’s guard and the pommel.
The blade parts are suitable for a printer with atleast 400mm height, if your printer is smaller you can cut up the full model for the blade that is also included. The sword’s cross-guard needs to be printed twice (suitable for a printer with atleast 200x200mm bed), it does not need to be mirrored as it is a mirror in itself. The pommel should be suitable to print on any printer.

The guard and the pommel have cavities for a 30 to 35cm long pipe or rod, with a diameter of 32mm, to complete the entire hilt. The guard has cavities to allow wiring for leds and battery.

Recommended print settings:
The STL files are ready to print, and are already oriented for an optimal 3d print result. No supports necessary for all files. If you’d like to install leds into the blade, print it in transparent filament with vase mode (or spiralize outer contour) with 0 top/bottom layers. Use a wide nozzle (0.8mm or larger) to get a strong and glass-clear blade that should be easy to glue together when printed in parts. When using a smaller nozzle, print with multiple walls and zero infill at 105% flow and +10C clear filament.

For the pommel and guard I recommend minimum 3 wall layers and minimum 10% infill, use a brim to avoid warped corners.
The average print time and material weight at the recommended settings are ~35 hours and ~500 grams of material.

Recommended post-processing:
Please note that the blade part (part 1) is closed up at the start (where the hole is), to allow vase mode printing. This hole needs to be drilled or cut out when the print is done, else the guard does not fit.
The pieces can be glued together with superglue, I recommend using an accelerant spray to ensure a strong and quick connection. You can also use a transparent glue such as crazy glue or E6000 for the transparant blade.
For the hilt I also used superglue, but you can use epoxy or any other strong glue you like.
You need to fit a 32mm diameter pipe to the hilt and pommel, of atleast 30cm long (longer if you wish to hold the sword with two hands).
To be able to take the blade off for leds and easy transport/storage, I glued some velcro to the insides, and pushed the pommel onto the pipe without any glue.

Painting instructions:
Sand your 3D prints using 100-150 grit sandpaper, with royal use of primer or filler spray inbetween to get a smooth surface. When you’re satisfied with the results, your last layer should be a primer spray, before painting it with acrylics (use glass paints or window spraypaint for clear prints). Protect your paintjob with a varnish spray in satin or gloss.

 

The 3d models are made by me. These files are packed in a ZIP file, you need to extract the files correctly to be able to use them, if you have problems doing so, please contact me.
You may not resell or distribute these files in any way. You may not sell 3D prints made using these files, with the exception of private (one-time) commissions.

Disclaimer: Any rights are reserved for Riot Games. This is a fanmade item, I am not in any way an official reseller or licensed by the relevant IP owners.

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