Wearable Taurus Horns

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Wearable Taurus Horns by sciguy14 Sep 15, 2012
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When you're going to a Zodiac Signs Party, there is only one reasonable thing to do. Print your costume! I'm not really into astrology, but I am a Taurus, so I thought it would be fun to print out some Taurus horns. Just don't go charging into any of your friends - these things are sharp!


Print out the headband and the horns. The headband is sized for my (average sized?) head, but you can easily scale it up or down in RepG. Size the horns for your preference - the model is enormous. I printed the horns in pure white PLA, and I made the band in black ABS. I recommend using a raft for the band, since it's a pretty large ABS part and will probably peel up otherwise. You might not need to if you print the band in PLA.
After both are printed, attach the horns with super glue. Make sure you angle them forward a bit, or else they'll look more like devil horns than bull horns. Let them set for a few hours.
Wear them, and instantly woo the nearest Cancer, Virgo, or Libra!

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I would suggest that you make the hair band a little bit thinner. It seems to be a bit small for my head still and it is stiff enough that instead of bending, it managed to yank a few hairs.

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I think those have always been there.... ha Nice work. I hope college is treating you well ! :-D