Female mask

by Le_Ferreira, published

Female mask by Le_Ferreira Oct 30, 2015


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This is a mask designed for women (mainly) inspired by a lace pattern.

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The model printed (the one in the photos) had to be scaled to 0.97 in order to fit it in the bed of a Prusa I3.

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Is there a version with a thinner nose area? I hadn't noticed the nose was so wide till after printing and I thought something was wrong with the file, fits this girl ok due to her wide upper nasal bone that starts at her maxillary.

Could we have the model to modify please?

Thank you

How did you make it curved to fit the face?

Hi, since it is so thin it is flexible enough to curve and kinda fit the face.

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Tried printing with Makerbot Replicator 2x and Makerbot Replicator 5th gen in both ABS and PLS plastic, had to adjust for height for firmer build. I recommend adjusting. Print did not work for me since it couldn't be pulled free from the rafts (makerbot required rafts for solid build). But I learned this so I could share here :) I'm working on designing my own thanks to the learning experience-- thicker lines overall and a taller build for stronger filament.
Also-- saw these masks for sale at disney for $40 a pop-- would rather print my own-- thanks for posting :)

Glad you like, my placer to share.

Very beautiful girl :)

beautiful girl and beautiful file^^