Beskar Ingot with Damascus Pattern

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EDIT1: Per many requests and much to my confusion, I used a free program called MeshMixer to convert an OBJ to an STL. I had to drop the quality and number of verticies down significantly to get Thingiverse to accept it. STL file sizes are massive. My original OBJ was 96mb and when converting 1.9mil vertices to an STL format it rose to over 1GB in size.

I included another design in STL and OBJ. The OBJ is higher triangle count and produces a smoother model.

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This is a Beskar Ingot from The Mandalorian. I did some finishing after my print that included sanding and finishing with Rub-n-Buff Silver

Print it hollow and fill it with glue and some ball bearings to add weight!

Here's a video of mine:


Rub-n-Buff:


Print Settings
Printer brand:
Prusa

Printer:
I3 MK3S

Rafts:
No

Supports:
No

Infill:
None

Filament_brand:
Prusament

Filament_color:
Black

Filament_material:
PLA

Post-Printing
Sanding

Add weight with ball bearings

Rub-n-Buff Silver



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