• 3D Model


Added: Oct 04, 2017 13:20
Author: Steve Thone
License: Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial


This is my take on the popular Popsicle stick mini crossbow seen on the web. I upgraded it to use an actual trigger though.

1/18/15 - Added a flat top version for easier printing.

If you have any questions or problems with the files or fitment of the parts just let me know and I will try to fix them.

Remember to tip your waiters designers if you like the service.... thanks for looking


The crossbow was printed upside down (handle pointing up) with minimal supports. (Sorry, one of these days I'll figure out how to upload them the right way.) The trigger is held in place with a 2/56" x 1/2" screw and it uses metal hair clips for the bow and Q-tips for the crossbow bolts (arrows). The center portion of the hair clip is removed by just bending it back and forth a few times to snap it off and then the clips are just slid into the cut outs. (you can glue them in if needed.) When attaching the string pre-load the bows a bit before tying the final knot. (but don't over do it) Enjoy and play safe.


File name File size
LICENSE.txt 20.19 KB
README.txt 2.56 KB
attribution_card.html 2.16 KB
files/XbowPistol.STL 540.22 KB
files/trigger.STL 142.27 KB
files/XBowFlatTop.STL 686.41 KB
images/XBowFlatTop_preview_featured.jpg 42.45 KB
images/CrossBow005_preview_featured.jpg 193.06 KB
images/trigger_preview_featured.jpg 30.96 KB
images/CrossBow004_preview_featured.jpg 137.06 KB
images/XbowPistol_preview_featured.jpg 43.08 KB
images/CrossBow003_preview_featured.jpg 140.59 KB
images/CrossBow001_preview_featured.jpg 119.11 KB
images/CrossBow002_preview_featured.jpg 111.66 KB
images/CrossBow006_preview_featured.jpg 132.35 KB
images/XBow_preview_featured.jpg 18.99 KB

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