What you need for a chainsword:
- some old grid paper from math class
- something that helps to ease possible frustration (in my case it's a meowing tumbler that drives everyone crazy)
- using the dimensions you have previously figured out, you draw up your sword
- experiment with what goes where, also don't forget, those teeth need enough space in their casing to go around
- once ready, you pull out your trusty pen and ink the whole thing
- when done, you pull out the transparent paper, tape it to the other paper AND the table and copy the whole thing in ink
I did not draw up all the teeth, made the template for only one and with the help of that figured out what goes where in the casing. I also left off the pommel since I need to figure out what I want to have. Aquila, most probably.
No throttle because some chainswords are powered by power cells.
Also notice how I marked the center of every circle, that will come on handy when cutting stuff.
Now off to making a bluepring for each and every layer.