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Human Skull with Mandible and Teeth

by MacGyver, published

Human Skull with Mandible and Teeth by MacGyver Aug 4, 2012
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Summary

I couldn't find a printable skull on Thingiverse that had a removable mandible with the teeth included so I created one.

Instructions

Originally this was a Sketchup model that I imported and sliced and diced to print as large as I could on my Thing-O-Matic.

Print all the pieces and glue together and enjoy.

My apologies I forgot to upload the bottom part of the mandible. It is now uploaded.

NEW: uploaded new top part of the mandible with a thing that stretches across so you can hook a rubber band though to make the jaw movable. Just screw a hook in the bottom of the nasal cavity and then you should be able to loop a rubber band and make the attach so you can move it.

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That paint use?

Yes, I painted one with the silver paint. I used an adhesion promoter so the paint would adhere.

Dec 29, 2014 - Modified Dec 29, 2014

I cant believe I'm the first one to ask this... how did you get the shiny effect... Tin Foil?... Filament?... Acid of some kind?...

It's silver paint, I think I might have used some acetone before the paint.

could you share the file before it was chopped up?

I want to print the whole thing in one shot.

Thx

Sure, however you'll have to wait until I get home where the file is. I'll see if I can find the original sketchup file as well.

There you go! Uploaded both the Sketchup file and full stl. Let me know if you make anything cool with it.

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