Brighten up your militaristic Halloween costume with an illuminated bandolier made from NinjaFlex 3D printing filament and a strip of glowing NeoPixels. These are (potentially sapphire) bullets of pure love. Full tutorial: https://learn.adafruit.com/bandolier-of-light
Edit and modify the design in Autodesk 123D Design:
We recommend printing the STLs in NinjaFlex flexible filament. The design is optimized to print with no support material.
For the best quality when printing with NinjaFlex, we recommend the following slicing settings:
Extruder Temp: 230c
No Heated Bed
The print may include some string artifacts during the printing process. These bits of string and easily to remove with a pair of sharp scissors. Tug on the bits of material and ship them away to remove the excess material.
The original solids where created in Autodesk 123D Design and are available to customize to match your costume. You can edit the model directly inside your browser or the 123D desktop app:
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