I wanted to share what I hope is a nice little surprise: We’ve made collectible boxes to ship the finished items out in! We ordered dielines from Packlane for boxes that would be big
Project: Pilot Data Knife
I’ve got a lot of updates to add to the site, but my time to do so has been limited by my day job, so I’m going to start with a quick and easy
While I was happy with my older dataknife versions, I kept having a nagging feeling I could do better. This, I think, is better. This knife is the result of a lot of different techniques
Alllllright. I haven’t updated this in a while. My excuse is that I have been working a lot, and also I just bought a Chinese K40 laser cutter/engraver that I have been working on
So this morning, I stumbled onto Robb Schoberg’s portfolio and discovered a hi-res model of the Data Knife used in Titanfall 2 that I wish I had access to before. I can’t be fussed to
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01RfFmuc26k The data knife is done and dusted! Though I’m probably going to make a second version to try a few other painting ideas. The carbon fiber texture was painted on with spray paints,
I’ve had a few messages requesting a better explanation of how the data knife goes together, so I sat down with a spare print of the handle and photographed the process in the hopes
Since I don’t think I’ve done a proper parts breakdown for the Data Knife yet, I’ll post it here. This model was designed around the following parts: 12BH510-GR Battery Holder for N-Style Batteries A23
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rVH_hhYB1s I actually got as far as assembly and painting after filming the video above, but I suffered some setbacks. For what it’s worth, assembly is a relative breeze. Unfortunately, once the thing was
So I got the data knife printed out pretty much in entirety and have noticed some things I wanted to address. Pictures first, though! It is just loosely held together by two screws in
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