Batman Cowl 3D Printable
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An awesome Batman cowl that fits and is great for Halloween and cosplay. Thanks to MIPRESIDENTE for putting up the Batman Cowl on Thingiverse in order for this to become real, I thank you. With all the parts put together WITHOUT the adapter; the mask is 175.8 mm by 242.62 mm by 310.74 mm (x,y,z). I changed the scale to 0.98 in order to print it on my 3D printer, which is the same one in the photos.
I took the Batman Cowl from MIPRESIDENTE and put into blender and cut it into 6 segments in order to print on my Delta printer and made two adapters to make the mask fit two my head. Change the scale to fit your 3D printer's capabilities and make sure to scale it to your head's dimensions, enjoy. Extrude the Adapter to help fit your head with the front and back segments of the mask. I glued elastic bands on the inside of the mask to connect the front parts and back parts together. I print the mask at a scale from 1 to 0.98 for the x,y,z on Cura for each piece in order to fit it on the bed of my Delta 3D Printer. You may change the adapter size to give the additional length required to fit your head.
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