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Immortan Joe Mask

by filipturz, published

Immortan Joe Mask by filipturz Jun 21, 2015


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It's designed to print as a very thin shell so that you can accomodate any padding you wish, heat-bend it to whatever fit you desire. Feel free to modify it (it might need it) Also, a resize might be in order as I have a pretty slim face and I modelled it on my own photogrammetric scan.


It's still printing! I plan to use it as a guide for further FIMO enhacement and then painting. Will post photos of the finished thing - after I'm done.

  • Support is a must for the lower half.

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If you try to upload the full mask in to cura it is to small. If you try to up size it it will not let you save it to send It to your printer! Please fix would like to print it but can't!

Can not get mask.stl, mask_2.stl, vents.stl to work. Only mask_1.stl works. I've tried to open it up in several programs but nothing has come fruit. Does anyone else have this issue?

In my opinion, not very good model. Looking nice BUT when you try to slice this model, it will make a lot of holes in the mask. Especially in the upper part ( part 2 ). So I decided NOT to print this model. And the vents and the mask in one peace are incredibly small.

the Mask.stl (whole Piece) and the VENTS are VERY SMALL. could you fix this

Hi, I can't load the lower and upper part of the mask into MakerWare. It sys "Unreadable file - This file could not be loaded. It may be an unsupprted file format." Any idea?

nice thank you...i have ben waiting to this

Hey guys I am having so much trouble trying to convert cut 2 and the vents into a x3g file could one of you please bounce me your files in an email.......
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Did you guys print this with support or without ?

I like it very much, want to print this thing =D

The lower half (The jaw) needs support. The chin has a significant overhang. And, of course, flip it upside-down, that way it is much easier.

Nice model indeed, second half printing now... The vents though... They are way to small, anyone have the right size ones or how much one should scale them?

did you found a good scale for the vents?

Yeah I did, It took me two tries but I got it to where I wanted it. I'm trying but can't remember the scale... I remember I had to make them bigger than I thought. (Sorry) :/

The model is awesome but seems really small when i load it
Don't you have any reference or ratio to print it correctly?
Nice job anyway... look forward to print the hell out of it :D

my 3d printer is not big enough to print.
can you make left/right separated version of STL files?
I think it would fit.

vents aren't to scale with the rest of the mask. Kinda have to wing it and guess what size to print them at.

what scale did you used? i printed the mask parts without rescaling


Really nice. I'll try printing one.

Very nice, was this modeled in Zbrush?

Base mesh in Blender (Autosnapping to the scan of my face, should have shaved first.) then refining in ZB. Brought back to Blender for some thickness issues and finally repaired and cut in Netfabb. Already printed the lower half - turned out nice, with no holes. (Small nozzle used - 0.3mm)