Cat Ears

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Cat Ears by MakerBot Oct 27, 2012

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Cat Woman has got to be a popular costume this year, so here's our contribution to the season. If you really want to throw people off, put three of these on a headband.
Like the Mercreature Fins, Alien Antennae, and Horns in the Halloween 2012 series, these fit on a standard headband.
If you want to grab a pair right away, stop by the MakerBot Store!
Cat Ears were created by Matt.


To attach to headband, stretch and place through the T-slot, then turn so it lays perpendicular.
For best results, print with the following settings:
Infill = 10
Layer Height = .25
Shells = 1

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Hello, had some problems with these; the supports printed right inside the T-cutout for the straps and i couldn't get it out. (Printed in PLA & infill 25%) would less support and ABS help this? (P.S. printed on a Robo r1 3D printer)

Printed these as a last minute costume for my daughter. Slipped onto a black headband they worked a treat - many thanks for the upload.

All of the MakerBot headband accessories also fit on the intercom headsets we use in the control rooms.

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