Low Polygon Mask - Replicator Printable
by Austin, published
Well, stop fretting and use OpenSCAD to trim some tiny edges off!
2013-01-01: At the last minute I slapped together and printed a stick that worked quite well as a handle (once a little silver duct tape was added on the inside of the mask). It's not perfect, but for being a ten-minute design it worked very well!
2013-01-02: Fixed the gap in the CC license-chain by switching from CC0 to CC-BY-NC-SA.
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I imagine it cold be thinned, although the best idea I have for attempting that would be to use Blender and attempt a backwards translation of the vertices on the front face.
As for asking the original modelers to make a thinner version, I recommend stepping up to the parent thing, since The3DLibrary were the ones to create the 3D design (I just shaved a tiny bit off to fit it into my printer).
Hehe, still though, I liked the thickness when I was wearing the mask, as it gave it the feel of being made out of (high-tech) wood.
This one has a nice size, BUT the wall thickness is just way too thick. Is there a possibility to make it less thick?
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To get some subtle transparency-effects, I used a second shell and 10% hexagonal infill with ultimachine-silver. It looks opaque when front-lit, but even a dim back-light displays the infill pattern.
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