Mad Max: Fury Road - Max's Mask

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Mad Max: Fury Road - Max's Mask by 3DCentralVA Apr 5, 2015
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'Now pick up what you can and run' - Imperator Furiosa

Mask modeled after the one worn by Max in Fury Road!


Print out the large piece with support, and the glue the small piece on the bottom.

Painted using Rust-Oleum 'Soft Flat Iron' spraypaint. We used Ninjaflex filament for a cord, but any rope or strap will fit through the provided holes.

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that movie has nothing to do with the original franchise, it sucks donkey shit

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Hey! I was really interested in printing the mask for a costume this Halloween and when a friend of mine uploaded the file to his xyz printing program, and it sliced the model there are some random shapes on it. Idk why this would be, did anyone else see these but printed it anyway?
help please!

link to picture of the model in the program:


THanks for sharing this great version! ;)

Now when it comes to screen accuracy, any chances you could sculpt the central "fork" piece "in front" of the rest of the mask?

If you check http://i.ytimg.com/vi/hEJnMQG9ev8/maxresdefault.jpg you notice it actually looks like a big BBQ fork "attached" to a face constraint using screws ;)

Nice work anyway and thanks once more for sharing ;) You're talented ;)

Ps. When are we getting castity belts printed?? haha! :D

Hahaha, thanks for your kind words! Yeah when I did this original design in one shot, we only had a few trailer pictures to go off of :). Now that I've seen the movie (in 3D!) I see lots of changes I'd make.

Here though, check out the other cosplay we did for mad max! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AYWG1oMwkE

Fun movie premier :)

So cool! ;)

Now tell me the v2 mask is coming out soon! :D

Hehe, thanks!! Naw, unfortunately this was just a one-off.. unless someone commissions it in the future!

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Would it be possible to get a version of this split in half or multiple pieces? Using a printrbot simple metal so my max printing area is slightly less than 6x6x6".

Netfabb Basic is also great for chopping parts to fit in your build volume

I'm a noob when it comes to using this stuff. Just downloaded the free version of netfabb, What are the commands to chop up models?

First, I find it helpful to go View -> Show Platform, just as a point of reference.

Next, on the right side of the main screen, there's an area in the middle labelled Cuts. You should see three sliders X, Y, and Z. Easiest thing to start with is to drag the Z slider and see how it highlights where a cut will be made. In a box to the right of the slider, you can see how many mm that section would be, so you know of it'll fit on your printer.

Click Execute Cut, then Cut, and you'll have two separate models. You can right click on the part directly or in the model list, and Export to STL .

You'll need to play with it a bit, but that's the basics.

I wasnt the one asking, but i would also say: Thank you! This helps me a lot!

Use meshmixer to slice into chunks to fit your printbed.