Calamity Queller |3D file

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Calamity Queller | 3D File

3D models for the Calamity Queller weapong from Genshin Impact.
Modeled by Ainlina

.stl format. Can be printed with regular FDM Printers with a 20x20x20cm print space

The kit comes in 18 pieces plus 18 blocks to help glueing it. You will need a PVC (or wood) pipe for the handle of 2cm diameters, and a 2 steel rods of 3mm diameters (11cm long and 28cm long) There are multiples parts to assemble so it’s easier to paint for you, we separated the blue parts from the golden parts when it was possible (as shown in the pictures)

File include:
– .STL files
– detailed instructions for printing and assembling

For personal use only, please do not redistribute or resell.

As we’re cosplay enthusiastics, feel free to tag us on instagram (@ainlina_shop) to show us the final result.

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Their only intented use is as props for cosplay or display. They are not suitable for heavy day to day use or children.


Our 3D prints are sold raw, you will just need to add your personal touch by painting them in harmony with the other colours on your cosplays.
Given that there is no finish, layer lines can be visible on some places of the prints. As such, we recommend you to:
– Sand the prints to reduce the layering and help the primer adhere
– Use filler and primer to fill the remaining gaps between layers and have a product ready to paint
– Paint with the colour you want.

Prints can be either glued directly on the costume, or with velcros or magnets.

WARNING: do not leave prints directly under sunlight or any kind of strong heat source (over 60°C). PLA can melt at high temperatures.