Mosquito Comb

by tomatohead, published

Mosquito Comb by tomatohead Nov 19, 2012

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girls hair comb, clip, mosquito styled.


Do not have a 3d printer yet, if any problem let me know. Straight forward comb/clip for girls hair. Dang it first upload went backwards, corrected issue with wings.

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I like it how you have it. Just that guy down in the comments mentioned making it flat. I like my combs curved...

I would print this put facing prongs upward with supports and have the Mosquitos separate. Having a flat sided comb is not fashionable...or comfortable. (Source: I'm a girl)

comb looks flat but is not, just print it and see !!!

comb is curved even though in this picture appears bottom is straight, thats just and issue with perspective.

Corrected wings, and attempting to delete dupe file created for better viewing angle.  Also per iworkingpels comment laid hair clip down.

issue have to fix right wing on all mosquitos

Dang it, sorry for those viewing it, looks great from front, glc view works to view stls.

Hey, cool design!  Yeah, this would be extremely difficult to print as is... FDM printers need to use support material if there are overhangs over 45 degrees, and the support material is hard to remove...

If I were designing this comb, I'd make it flat on the bottom (the inside of the curve) and print it so it's laying down flat, and print the mosquitos separately and attach them via superglue.

Great start though!  Glad to have you on board!