Little Horns

by Scottland, published

Little Horns by Scottland Jul 30, 2012
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Imp, goblin, demon, all need little horns to complete the look.


These horns need a way to be mounted to the head. While spirit gum or medical adhesive will work, I have opted to make a three-part headband from scrap titanium. This holds the horns firmly to the head, and places them just to the front of the hairline, with no visible support.

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I can only get one horn to print, the other only prints the raft

How did you manage to print this ? The base is at an angle of about 40 degrees. I tried printing it with supports and 10% infill but it dislodged part way into the print.

I'm sorry to hear that. I've printed several versions of these in different sizes and the supports always held it in place. I was using an Afinia and a MakerBot.

Your workshop is far better than my workshop if you have scrap titanium lying around!