Zelda Snowflake Ornament - Triforce Royal Crest

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Zelda Snowflake Ornament - Triforce Royal Crest

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Triforce Snowflake - 3 variations
Triforce Snowflake - 3 variations
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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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Description

Bring a little bit of Hyrule to your tree this year with a Legend of Zelda inspired snowflake ornament featuring the royal family's crest.

  • Print time: One snowflake takes ~50 minutes
  • Stealth Ornaments: print them in white and Grandma won't even notice
  • Big or small: they scale up or down
  • AMS ready: Pre-painted.

Want another? I also have a heart container snowflake as well.

Trouble? Questions? Comments? Please don't hesitate to get in touch!

Printing Tips

  • Thickness: I find that 3mm has the right amount of stiffness but feel free to scale Z if you want to reduce print time. The tradeoff is the ornament will become flimsy.
  • Purge volumes: I've calibrated them to reduce waste, but you may need to recalculate for your own filament
  • Plate: A textured plate is recommended because of the texture it gives to the bottom of the ornaments. Be sure your plate is extra clean to ensure success because the snowflakes have a detailed first layer.
  • Keep it cool: allow the plate to cool before removing ornaments. Thinner models can warp if they're pulled off too soon.
  • Keep it clean: clean build plates help detailed first-layer models stick.

Print Settings

  • Elephant foot compensation: 0 (it helps the first layer stick)
  • Wall Generator: Arachne (Classic walls make the top surface look sub-par)
  • First layer speed: 15 mm/s (helps things stick better and not be dragged)
  • Brim: none

About the Model

I've long admired Star Wars-themed snowflakes and I was surprised to find no 3d snowflakes for Legend of Zelda. After googling paper models for inspiration, I came up with my own designs. I made two variations: this one and another one featuring a heart container piece.

 

Once I had the model created, I couldn't decide which colour combination I like best. The white is great because you can fool non-gamers with it. But the green and gold one is just so OG Link and really pleasing. It's so hard to choose!

Filament used in display models:

  • Red Silk PLA (Hello3D)
  • Jade Green Silk PLA (CC3D)
  • Glorious Gold (Spectrum)
  • White Silk (Hello3D)
  • Sky Blue Silk (Spectrum)

How to Support Me

If you like what I make, I would love it if you would please click the like button and/or download a print profile. If you really like what I make, then please consider buying me a coffee. Thank you so much!

Licensing

These models are non-commercial and may not be sold, reproduced, or shared outside of this website. However, I will consider an individual license fee if you wish to sell printed models in your local area such as at a craft show. Please contact me for details.

Changelog

January 9, 2024

  • Updated description to align with changed MakerWorld TOC

November 27, 2023

  • Initial upload

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Fantastic print, quick too. Kids and I love having triforce and master sword on our tree.
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Great colour combination! I think I'll have to print one in white and gold, too. Thank you for rating and letting me know how it turned out. I hope you and your kids have a happy Hyrule Christmas!
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Solid color in white looks great against the tree!
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Looking good! Thank you for posting your make!
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To save on filament I only added color on a couple of layers. I think it turned out cute! love all the little details. :)
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Thank you for sharing! It looks great!
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Cool and it's perfect for a Zelda fans
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our favorite orniments now!
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Thank you so much!
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These turned out great. I plan on making all versions of these Zelda ornaments.
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I'm so glad to hear it! Thank you for rating and your kind comments :)
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If it were just for the design, this would be a 5+ star rating! Unfortunately, the Triforce pieces are attached by a hair and fall off if you look at them sideways. Within a few minutes of printing it three of them had already been broken off just from picking it up and setting it down. 😞
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Ah, okay. I saw your comment on the other model. I think there might be something else going on with your printer than with the model. If you would please let me know what filament and printer you're using, I would be most appreciative as I'd be glad to help troubleshoot. It sounds like it's under-extruding as the Triforce pieces should be firmly attached.
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