STL models Demon skull mask

$11.00

3D print models (STL files) for an articulated demon-style skull mask designed by me. Contains two STL files for the upper part of the mask (the head) and the jaw.

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

Printing instructions:
The STL files are ready to print, and are mostly already oriented for an optimal 3d print result.
The mask is sized for 22 inch head circumference. Scale up ~5% if 23-24 inch head circumference.

 

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3D print models (STL files) for an articulated demon-style skull mask designed by me. Contains two STL files for the upper part of the mask (the head) and the jaw.
Check out matching horns STL 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 suits a minimum of 230x230mm build volume with a height of 200mm. Turn off skirt/brim to make it fit if your printer just about meets this size (such as an ender-3) and update your build volume to 235×235 in your slicer (the actual build plate size of an ender-3). You can scale it to about 98% or 99% if you cant fit it otherwise.

The STL files are ready to print, and are mostly already oriented for an optimal 3d print result.
The mask is sized for average 22-23 inch head circumference. Scale up ~5% if 24 inch head circumference or use heat to bend the jaw edge a little to fit your face.
All parts can be nicely printed using 3-4 walls and 15% infill and standard support settings.
For optimal print result and reducing material/print time, I recommend using support blockers on areas that do not need support. You can block all supports on the head up to the eye sockets, and the overhang areas under the nose and teeth. For the jaw stl, you can block supports on overhang areas on all the teeth, inside of the jaw and the sides of the jaw (but do include supports for the pins).
I’ve included pre-made gcode sliced to my preferred print result, which prints in about 40-50 hours and 500g material total for both files and fits a standard ender-3 or other FFF 3dprinter (carthesian) with a 235x235x240mm volume, which also contain optimized support structures.

Finishing instructions:
The jaw can be squeezed into the head print using the pins. Hooks are integrated in the 3dprint, simply add some rubber bands to close the jaw automatically when work. Use some elastic, ribbon, rubber bands etc to create a headband through the slots near the ears.
If you want to paint it: use 150 grit sandpaper and 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 by most operating systems without the need of additional applications into your useable STL files. If you do not unpack them, the models will not work!

License information Creative Commons – Non Commercial/No Derivatives (nc/nd): You may not share, change and share, 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. Attribution must be given at least once if your project is published: mention Willow Creative in your project description. Social media tags are appreciated!

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