My daughter wanted to be a "person in the shower" for halloween (aka Karate kid costume), so these are the pieces I designed to make it work. Used scrap pvc pipe for a support that attached to her back and a hula hoop to attach the curtain rings to.
There are many nice shower heads here on thingiverse or use a garden sprayer.
I used this one: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:40903
I know this isn't a fully printed costume, the frame supports attached to a harness that I made from an old backpack and some thin plywood, but it still might be useful if you dyi this.
I like Hatchbox, but whatever PLA
I printed at 50% since there would be a fair amount of torsion force and didn't want it to break half way through the night. I'll update this after Halloween if that was an appropriate density for PLA
- update - 50% worked fine during a Halloween parade for the xFrameSupports and ringSupportBottom, actually used 25 percent for the ringSupportBottomReflected
- Place the ringSupportBottom onto the hula hoop, orienting it with the curve
- Place the ringSupportBottomReflected or ringSupportTop* over the hula hoop lined up with the bottom
I used the reflected version so I could create the shower pipe coming out the top. I included the other version incase you had a clip on shower wand.
- Use M4*12 screws (or whatever fits) to secure the pieces
- My hula hoop was held tightly, but if you're is loose, use some gasket rubber or wrap some duct tape to increase the diameter of the hoop
- Attach the upper and lower frame supports to whatever structure/harness you've created and slide the pvc through the upper and into the lower
I didn't glue any of the pieces, which made it more portable