Hunters - Hunter's Skull

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Hunters - Hunter's Skull by Syfy Mar 18, 2016

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This is an alien skull from the Syfy Original Series, Hunters.

A cross between gritty crime drama and sci-fi thriller, Hunters comes from executive producers Gale Anne Hurd (The Walking Dead, The Terminator trilogy) and Natalie Chaidez (12 Monkeys, Heroes). It is inspired by Whitley Strieber’s best-selling novel, Alien Hunter. The show is about the disappearance of a decorated FBI agent's wife, which leads him to a secret government unit assembled to hunt a group of ruthless terrorists called "Hunters" who do not come from this world.


Syfy is a division of NBCUniversal. ©2016 All Rights Reserved

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agreed take it down

Why don't you take these spam ads down.

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Just made mine. See comment at http://www.thingiverse.com/make:206892

Hunters - Hunter's Skull
by neverl8

I'm Doing a Livestream of the print here if anyone is interested https://livestream.com/accounts/18082762/events/5044133

Wow! That's so cool. We may have to share this on our social networks!

Printing details would be nice..

Posted my make w/ print settings. Printing another without supports to see how cleanup will be.

How did you get the supports out of the inside?

They became smarter, disguised themselves as content :D

If anyone prints this, please upload photos of your make as it comes off the printer (before cleanup / removing supports) =and= after you've cleaned it up? And please consider exporting your model+supports as a new .stl (if you think the print came out well)!

I posted my make with photos of it on the bed with supports and after I cleaned it up.

Its a cool skull and all, but I see no reason this should be featured unless makerbot is getting paid to do so...

Mar 22, 2016 - Modified Mar 22, 2016
glitchpudding - in reply to SteveCK

Nobody paid us, nor did we commit to promoting anything.

I featured it because I've found that Thingiverse is full of people who love skulls and sci-fi, and because I wanted to hold it up as an example of how a company can be a good citizen of Thingiverse. I'm not a huge sci-fi guy myself, but a lot of people are really into this stuff, so I want to make sure they see it.

I agree. As a lover of skulls and sci-fi this is a cool model.

They have a business to run; this isn't a non-profit / charity. If doing marketing-related things (like this collab with Syfy) helps keep Thingiverse popular, available and open for us to use for free, then I am fine with them featuring "impossible prints" like this!

I don't see it that way. There are hundreds of thousands of things posted here for free. They should be able to figure out a better way to bring in a profit than hidden ads as featured items.

Nerys - in reply to SteveCK

but its not an add exclusively. it is a neat print. it is free and they are even allowing commercial usage ONLY asking for attribution.

thats pretty damned generous of them and if it gets them some good PR then why not.

THIS IS HOW I WANT corporations to advertise. They get their ad and "I" get something cool too and free. not much better way than this kind of thing.

I am just glad they are moving away from syssyfyy and back to Scifi. now lets get that logo changed back to scifi you hear me syfy? :-)

A very valid point!

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Thanks for coming by the booth!