STL models Demon horns

$6.00

3D print models (STL files) for demon-style horns designed by me. Contains 1 STL files for the left horn, mirror it in your slicer to get a right-side horn.

IMPORTANT: licensed Creative Commons – Non Commercial/No Derivatives (nc/nd)
You are not licensed to sell raw 3dprint kits made using this STL! More information below.

Printing instructions:
The STL files are ready to print, and are already oriented for an optimal 3d print result.
The horn is printed 230mm tall at 100% scale but can be resized easily.

 

More information below:

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3D print models (STL files) for a demon-style horn designed by me. Contains one STL model, mirror it in your slicer to get the other side. Matches the demon mask STL which can be found here.

IMPORTANT: licensed Creative Commons – Non Commercial/No Derivatives (nc/nd)
You are not licensed to sell 3dprints made using this STL! More information below.

Printing instructions:
This STL is 230mm tall. If your 3dprinter does not reach this height you can choose to scale down the model or print it in two pieces. You can also scale it bigger if your printer can accommodate it and you’d like a bigger result.
The STL files are ready to print, and are already oriented for an optimal 3d print result.
No support material is required.
I recommend printing the horns with 3 walls and a low infill or no infill to keep them nice and light. The infill isn’t required to maintain a sturdy result due to the shape of the model.

Finishing instructions:
These horns have a simple flat bottom, which you can screw to a mask or headband, or glue using epoxy, hotglue or other preferred glue. To make it fit flush with the demon mask STL, you can take a lighter or heatgun to the bottom of the horns and then press the softened flat bottom to the sides of the mask to imprint the shape better, this would make it easier to glue horns. But it is not necessary.
If you want to paint it: use 150 grit sandpaper and/or filler primer spray to smooth a 3dprint before painting. Go up to 400-600 grit for a smoother result. Spraypaint can be used to paint any 3dprint, or other paints such as acrylics or airbrush.

 

The 3d models are made by me. The file is packed in a zip file. This can be unpacked/extracted by most operating systems without the need of additional applications into your useable STL files, using your rightclick file menu. If you do not unpack them, the models will not work!

Extra license information Creative Commons – Non Commercial/No Derivatives (nc/nd): You may not share, change and sell the digital files or sell 3D prints made using these files. You may use the files and 3dprints made using them, for personal use, media content use and single-use commissions only. Do not claim the design as your own. Attribution must be given at least once if your project is published: mention Willow Creative as the designer in your project description. Social media tags are appreciated!

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