Custom Packaging to Protect Fragile Props
Building a lightweight corrugated plastic box with XPS foam insert to protect a large sword blade prop. Also using 3d modeled and printed end caps for the handle tube to match the design of the prop. The finished containers help to protect the parts during shipping and provide the customer with a safe way to store and transport the spear-sword while traveling to events.
Making the Ashandarei Spear-Sword Prop
| Supplies |
Corrugated Plastic Sheet
EPS (Expanded) Foam
XPS (Extruded) Foam
Ultimaker 2+ Extended 3D Printer
| Equipment Used |
Canon Powershot G7X
Zoom H1 Recorder
Giant Squid Audio Lab Mic
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