African Mask wall hanging set!

by mikebattaglia, published

African Mask wall hanging set! by mikebattaglia Oct 31, 2012

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These masks were captured using Autodesk's 123d Catch software. I've flattened the bottoms and added a recessed screw catch in each for easy wall hanging.


I printed both without support and it turned out fine. Mask1 has a weird overhang and resulted in a little spaghetti in one small area but I just cut it off with an exacto and all was well.

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Mask2 doesn't have a completely flat back so if you try to print it without support it might curl. I'm printing it with support right now so that probably won't be an issue for me.

Yeah, I noticed that there's one triangle that is slightly raised.  I printed it without support and it came out fine but then again I was printing with PLA.

I'll upload an update soon.

These look great. Did you have to do much cleanup?
Aghh, only have a TOM. Will have to scale!

Thanks!  Not too much cleanup other than separating it from the background, closing the hole and adding the screw catch.

Give it a try sometime!  I used the 123d catch iPhone app.