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Guy Fawkes Mask

by Jtm Aug 16, 2014
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So what are people using to attach the mask to their faces out of curiosity? Since it won't magically stick on...not even sure where you would buy like an elastic stretchy strap to glue on the inside or something crude lol.

Is it possible to make a dual-extrusion version?

Great model, printing now.
Would be cool if the black parts were separate pieces that you could print in black and glue on.

The eyes holes makes this unwearable for me. They protrude in too far.

Hey does anyone know the layer height

yes, it fits an adult face, but needs something to hold it to your head

This is an awesome design! Great Work, Looking forward to painting it up!

Thanks! Good Luck :)

Hmm, it certainly is similar but I can be sure it's the same. If it is mine they put in a good amount of work before uploading it.

Remember, remember the fifth of November...

Do you guys print this with support? Raft?

It should print quite well without any support as long as you flip it upside down (so it's chin up) because the top edge is flat. The eyes are probably the only problematic area, but they should just need a little sanding/filing to get smooth in the end.

Thanks! I'll do just that. Hope I get this done good.

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Hi we are a 3D Printer reseller and we were wondering if we could use your Guy Fawkes mask model as a free download on our website for the month of November? Thank you.
http://www.apple3d.co.uk/

Sure, just as long as I am given credit for the model.

Anyone else having issues loading the gcode for this stl in pronterface?
My desktop has more RAM then I know what to do with, so I know its not a memory problem..on my end.

Exception in thread Thread-23:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "threading.pyc", line 808, in __bootstrap_inner
File "threading.pyc", line 761, in run
File "printrun\pronterface.pyc", line 1452, in loadviz
File "printrun\gcview.pyc", line 338, in addfile_perlayer
File "printrun\gl\libtatlin\actors.pyc", line 429, in load_data
MemoryError: cannot allocate memory for array

Maybe you don't have enough memory allocated to your program. See if there is a setting where you can allocate more.

OH....NO...ANONYMOUS!!!

its a Guy Fawkes mask, who was a criminal who attempted to protest the unfair government practices that were in order. The idea was taken by V for Vendetta, who used the story as a jumping off point by showing a clearly corrupt government and framing it all so it held a sort of parallel to the original story, claiming this individual against a corrupt government to be a hero. Then Anonymous took that idea and went deeper, claiming themselves to be, much like V, a hero against the corrupt government of the modern era, ready to stand against all types of injustice, but in actuality these are just Guy Fawkes masks, the kind that show up in shops all over the place around the end of October and beginning of November for bonfire night.