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Dark Mask - Jointed

by bqLabs, published

Dark Mask - Jointed by bqLabs Oct 19, 2015

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Dark Mask - Jointed by bqLabs is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Summary

Create your own articulated frightening mask. You just have to print two parts and fit the axis of the jaw. Then, add a thin elastic cord to open and close the jaw.
More info: http://diwo.bq.com/builds/imprime-tu-mascara-para-halloween/

Author: http://www.thingiverse.com/Shira/about

Print Settings

Rafts:

Sin importancia

Supports:

Sin importancia

Resolution:

Layer height(mm): 0.2

Infill:

10%


Notes:

Printed pla 210º (c)

No need to add supports. Only the top of the mask advise add to improve adherence: Brim or raft.
The lower piece of the mask has a small support that you must remove before join the two parts

Post-Printing

1- Remove support material
2-3 Turn the jaw and introduce the joint into the slot. 2-join 3-slot
4-Add a thin elastic cord (1mm -1.5mm diameter)
5-To attach the mask to the head, intruduce by an elastic cord holes

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how long should this take to print

This mask is awesome, I love the one I made in glow in the dark filament. I have to ask, is it from a game or a movie or just a custom design?

How do you print the lower part?

How do you print the lower part?

Dec 3, 2016 - Modified Dec 3, 2016

wonderful thank you

Oct 24, 2016 - Modified Oct 25, 2016

I can't print the lower part as advised. Tried with and without rafts. There's a level on the chin area that is extruded in the air. Not even the rafts are created for that part. I managed to print the bottom part, but I needed rafts and supports. Also the Jaw connection is too far from the real one in us, which makes the entire mask go down and block my vision when I open my mouth instead of opening the mask jaw. Great work, but could use some improvement.

I'm having a little trouble with the lower jaw. It kept curling at the outer edges because of how quickly it flairs out. I had to manually flatten it every few layers until the flaring slowed. I also apparently have a longer face than the designer because while the top half fits fine, the underside of the jaw digs into my chin and attempts to pull the whole mask down if I open my mouth.

Everything worked perfectly and slide together nicely. I love the amount of detail you put into this project and I can honestly say you should be proud of your work! Thank you for the wonderful design.

I started the top half of the print earlier tonight but had to stop it roughly 35mins in when the right part of the teeth popped off the bed right when the print was about to start connecting all of the teeth parts. So the orientation I used was Top down. Should I have oriented a different way? I'm going to try again tomorrow after I slow down the print speed.

4 more try with different nozzle abd retraction speeds and the left side still pops off the bed within the first 15mins of printing. Gonna. Try using a raft this next go.

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Are supports needed?

Oct 31, 2015 - Modified Oct 31, 2015
Witets - in reply to Jonathan2016

it says no. supports come with the design and are only at the hinges for the jaw. im actually making the top half now

This is very nice! It printed well, fit well, looked cool! so, all in all well done!

What kind of PLA is that used for the "purple" / shiny mask?

Yes Purple but not shiny. I applied some spray bronze.

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