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3D Modeled and 3D Printed CAT ARMOR for my cool cat, Bobo. ...See behind the scenes video here: https://youtu.be/fl2nGpQK1U4
Learn how to 3D Design for 3D Printing with my class: https://www.PrintThatThing.us 3D Modeled and 3D Printed CAT ARMOR for my cool cat, Bobo. ...See behind the scenes video here: https://youtu.be/fl2nGpQK1U4
Learn how to 3D Design for 3D Printing with my class: https://www. PrintThatThing.us 3D Modeled and 3D Printed CAT ARMOR for my cool cat, Bobo. See behind the scenes video here: https://youtu.be/fl2nGpQK1U4 Cat Helmet...
Learn how to 3D Design for 3D Printing with my class: https://www.PrintThatThing.us 3D Modeled and 3D Printed CAT ARMOR for my cool cat, Bobo. See behind the scenes video here:https://youtu.be/fl2nGpQK1U4 Rafts: Yes Supports: Yes ...
Cat scaled to 1:64
first try to sculpt a Battle Cat Model, Make Eternia great again ;)
My boy really loves the Battle Cats game. ...I sculpted this fan art for him.
Vegeta (Battle) Armor
Vegeta armor from dragon ball Z. ... If u want to wear it you need to increase the size.
Half Angle Battle Armor
A distinct lack of screaming evil cyborg battle armor is present in the universe. ...I seek to rectify that.
Zou battle armor
Heavy armored suit for a real hard combat, made by crafty cosplayers of Feodal Japan from XXXII century. ...
Clan Battle Armor (Gnome)
This ist my Innere Sphere Battle Armor 6mm Scale for Battletech, it is a beta. ... New: Update make it solid and jump jets on legs + more details.
Battle Armor Wolverine Claws
This is the forearm and claw pieces for the Battle Armor Wolverine suit that I have. If you are interested in the rest of the suit please message me directly or email me @ [email protected] If you like stuff like this, join us on our Facebook...
Battletech Battle Armor
Personal Battle Armors I designed for Battletech tabletop games. Very small! Print a bunch to cover a base an play them as a squad. ... Come with and without supports and as a supported plate of 12 miniatures.
Raditz Battle armor
Raditz armor from dragon ball Z. If u want to wear it you need to increase the size. ... it got 2 files, one with the creases and other without.
Kanazuchi Battle Armor
Another papermesh redo, this time the Kanazuchi Inner sphere battle armor from mechwarror 4. ... Because of its tiny size (probably still scalled too large for what it is) I didn't go into quite as much detail as normal, but hopefully a few people will. ..
When such an extraordinary act of Faith is witnessed, as a reward, the mangled remains of the Warrior Sister are permanently encased inside a Prioress Battle-Armor. Multipart kit of the "Prioress Battle-Armor" designed for resin printers. Can be...
Rat Battle Armor
Here is some custom Rat Battle Armor I made for my pet rats. It fits them great; they're just very squirmy and don't like to sit still in it. If you make this for your rat, use soft elastic or something comfortable to adjust the components as needed....
CAT ARMOR - thin wall fix
This is a meshmixer thin wall fix for CAT ARMOR https://www. thingiverse.com/thing:1095858 I found that prusa slicer could not slice this part properly. So I fired up meshmixer and start messing with it until it slice and dice. ... This is only Part 2 :...
Cat ,The battle cats
This is "cat" from "The battle cats" games.
Terra Battle Armor 6mm scale
Fanart: Terra Battle Armor 6mm scale
Basic cat (Battle Cats)
A 3d printable model for the basic cat from Battle cats (not our game, full credit to Ponos Co. ) but we did make the model.
Cat - The Battle Cats
~ The Battle Cats Cat Guide -------------------------------------------------------------- This is a model of Cat, the starter unit in the game The Battle Cats by Ponos. idk why I'm saying this, if you're here you probably know what it is. I...
Battle Cats Basic Cat
This is The Battle Cats most basic cat form in the game. To convert the image to an STL, i found the picture on google and saved it as a JPEG. Then, I used the website below to convert it to an SVG file. ...Finally, Tinkercad accepted the SVG file and I. ..
Thanos armor battle in progress
Trabajando en la armadura completa al 45% Working in full armor at 45%
Battle Cats Samurai Cat
Remix of https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4960928 Well, I tried my best to replicate the Samurai Cat from the game. ...The flag itself I suppose you could use a piece of paper or thin cloth and glue it onto the flag, so at least you can fiddle around...
Prioress Battle-Armor Multipart Kit
When such an extraordinary act of Faith is witnessed, as a reward, the mangled remains of the Warrior Sister are permanently encased inside a Prioress Battle-Armor. Multipart kit of the "Prioress Battle-Armor". It can be assembled in a wide range of...
Catgirls of Battle armor emblem
Catgirls of Battle (Adeptas Felicias) emblem found on their armor, vehicles, signage, etc. This is for a Chorehammer 40K costume, which is of course a parody of the Sisters of Battle (Adepta Sororitas) from Warhammer 40K. ...If you find a use for this...
Battle Armor Parrot Race Drone!
Armor up your Parrot Jumping race drone and seize victory! Armed with a spear and a shield you can use your skills to dodge or attack your opponent. You can use this as a template for your own design for the Parrot competition. Special thanks to...
Witcher Character in the Cat armor set
Witcher character wielding dual sabers dressed in the master amour of the cat inspired by the Witcher 3 game. The character is rigged with IK and FK mechanisms in the blend file. I don’t know if this translates in to other formats. The rig is...
Battle cats Manic Eraser cat
Battle cats the Manic Eraser Cat, true form of Crazed Wall/Eraser Cat
3ders.org - Turn your cat into a fearsome warrior with 3D printed cat armor
Nov 2, 2015 | By Benedict
Jwall, the talented designer and maker behind the Print That Thing, has unveiled his latest 3D printed creation. With Halloween approaching, Jwall felt that his cat Bobo should be part of the festivities, so set about making a CAD model for a 3D printable suit of cat armor, which he could 3D print for Bobo to wear. The process was a massive success, and the designer has published a YouTube video of the results. Most importantly, the files for the 3D printable armor are available to download on Thingiverse, so you can fire up your own 3D printer and ready your mog for battle.
After sketching some possible designs on paper, Jwall decided that the armor needed spikes, to replicate the Bobo’s own spiky fur in an exaggerated fashion. “I suggested that it should have spikes, because I always pet him in a reverse pattern so his hair’s all crazy and he looks like a spiky tiger,” Jwall explained. After a long and drawn-out 3D modelling stage using Cinema 4D software, the armor was ready for 3D printing.
The 3D printed armor comes complete with a special hole for attaching a leash, as well as a name tag ring on the chest-plate, in case your armored cat still blends in with the kitty crowd. If you’re feeling particularly generous with your feline friend (which, if you’re giving them 3D printed armor, you probably are), there is even a dedicated catnip holder at the front. The complete suit of 3D printed armor consists of 18 parts, which can be fixed together using 3D printed parts alone or with brass connectors.
The Print That Thing 3D printed cat armor project is also a collaborative one. Jwall has provided a fantastic design for body and tail armor, but the suit still requires a helmet. He has asked for submissions, which can be posted to any of the site’s social media accounts, and will 3D model and print the best design. “We thought it would be cool if we opened the project up to more collaborators,” said Jwall. “Bobo and I will pick the winner and design the helmet around your design.” The designer of the best submission will also receive an actual 3D printed suit of cat armor, helmet included, for free.
After watching the video, we can’t decide whether Bobo looks comfortable or not in his 3D printed protective gear, but presumably there’s an adjustment period for an animal which generally spends its time wearing nothing at all. If you decide to print your own suit of cat armor, don’t forget to take plenty of photos and send them to Print That Thing. It’s surely only a matter of time before we have hordes of armored cats on the streets, and we can’t wait! “Now cats all over the world can roam safely,” Jwall concluded.
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elouis wrote at 11/6/2015 10:46:47 AM:
When cat jump . this armo is hang your cat.
elouis wrote at 11/6/2015 10:46:08 AM:
When cat jump . this armo is hang your cat.
Top 30 3D printed Halloween costumes, accessories and decorations
3D printed costumes and accessories
Warhammer Space Marine mask 40,000
masks based on computer and board games, one of which is a scary 3D-printed Chaos Space Marine Mask. The scarred face of a Warhammer 40,000 character is sure to scare your friends.
Gambody offers to purchase the 3D model online for $14.99, a project optimized to minimize 3D printing errors. The mask has holes for the eyes, as well as for breathing - in the area of the nose and mouth. It looks good enough on its own, but those who wish can also color it to match their costume. It is recommended to print the Space Marine mask at a layer height of 0.1 mm and with an infill of 20%. The dimensions of the mask are 163x190x97 mm, it will take from one and a half to three days and about 27 meters of material to produce it. The mask in the photographs was made using stereolithography technology, the result on a 3D printer using the FDM / FFF method may look different.
Pudge Butcher Mask from DOTA 2
Another 3D printed mask from Gambody, this time the character is Pudge the butcher from the online game DOTA 2. don't shudder. The 3D-printed mask was created using Autodesk Maya and is easy to put on by attaching an elastic band or cord to the two side holes.
Like the Space Marine mask, the Pudge mask 3D printable model can be purchased for 14.99 dollars. Designers recommend printing it at a layer height of 0.1 mm and with an inner material filling of 20%. With these settings, 3D printing can take up to three days, so it's best to start preparing for Halloween in advance.
DOTA 2 DOOM Mask
If the previous two masks don't seem scary enough for Halloween, Gambody has another suggestion - the terrifying mask of DOOM, the infernal character of DOTA 2. The complex mask is made up of two fragments - the front part and the likeness of a helmet with horns attached to it. These two pieces are made up of 11 3D printed parts designed with Autodesk Maya.
Despite its complexity, the DOOM mask also costs $14.99. However, due to the many additional details, it can take up to ten days to 3D print a complete mask - with the same settings as other masks (0.1 mm layer height, 20% infill). To save time, you can print a simplified version of the mask without the horns.
BattleTech Atlas BattleMech Mask
Gambody's latest mask for this Halloween is the Atlas BattleMech from the popular BattleTech franchise. Gambody recently presented a whole series of 3D models of combat mechs - users liked them so much that it was decided to create a mask with the same character. The 3D printed mask consists of two separate parts that are easy to connect. Like other masks, this model has been thoroughly tested in terms of 3D printing quality. It will take about 3 days and about 43 meters of material to create the mask. Of course, the finished mask can be processed and painted as desired.
This 3D printed glowing mace can be a great addition to your Halloween costume. The model was designed by Ruiz Brothers of Adafruit and requires some 3D printing and assembly skills to make, but the end result is well worth the effort. The mace consists of 28 3D printed parts and fairly simple electronic components (among them Adafruit Trinket, a 2200 mAh battery and a NeoPixel Jewel).
To make the mace look as realistic as possible, the creators used several 3D printing materials such as wood and steel. In any case, depending on the budget, you can choose other materials. The authors have published for everyone a detailed guide to making a mace. For safety reasons, it's important to note that despite the mace's menacing appearance, it's just a costume accessory and can't cause significant damage.
Craftsman Felix Jr's hammer with sound effects
In addition to the glowing mace, Ruiz Brothers introduced several other fun and technical Halloween costume accessories, including Craftsman Felix Jr's hammer from Disney's 2012 Ralph. The 3D-printed hammer houses an Adafruit Audio FX Mini sound card, amplifier and speaker to turn it into a sound effects accessory.
To create the same hammer, as shown by the authors, you will need additional tools and parts, but with proper preparation, the project will not seem too complicated. As for the sound effect, this is WAV or OGG audio (download the hammer sound from the Ruiz Brothers page) uploaded to the Adafruit sound card.
The same principle of sound effects can be used for other projects - the developers have provided a detailed guide to the creation of Master Felix Jr.'s hammer.
Unicorn Horn with LED Lights
A simple but interesting costume accessory can be a glowing unicorn horn from Ruiz Brothers from Adafruit. It's especially easy to make, with a 3D-printed horn-shaped case, an LED, a switch, and a battery. The horn itself can be 3D printed with one or two printheads, with the makers recommending the use of a flexible thermoplastic for ease of assembly. Obviously, the best choice would be a transparent material through which the light will pass.
The printed horn is easy to attach to a headdress, hood or even a headband using the special holes. Before this, an LED must be installed on the base - therefore, the place of fixing must be chosen carefully. On the fabric you need to cut a hole into which the LED will be inserted, and then fix it. The switch can be placed anywhere. In addition, there is also a tutorial on how to create a more complex glowing unicorn horn with NeoPixels and a GEMMA microcontroller.
Star Wars accessories
The Star Wars theme is always a hit on Halloween - this year is likely to see even more such costumes thanks to the release of the newest movie in the franchise. A few 3D printed accessories can help you impress.
One of them is a full size 3D printed helmet inspired by the character Kylo Ren. Although the author notes that the mask is not 100% accurate, its details are very similar to Kylo Ren's intimidating mask - it could be a great accessory for Halloween this year. The helmet should fit most people, but it can of course be made larger or smaller as needed.
Staying on the dark side of the force, you can also 3D print an impressive stormtrooper helmet. It is made up of several parts that can be made on a personal 3D printer. To create and assemble a helmet, of course, you need to be patient - its dimensions are 24 cm wide and 19 cm long. Of course, the parts printed on a 3D printer will need to be further processed, but judging by the popularity among Thingiverse users, this is a fairly successful model.
Another interesting accessory is a realistic 3D printed Sith lightsaber handle. Sean Charlesworth of Charlesworth Dynamics was the author of the design of an extremely detailed handle with the most accurate internal workings. The 3D printable files can be downloaded for free on Pinshape, and the author sells several pre-printed sets on Etsy for $40. This accessory is only a handle, without the sword itself, but you can see the light inside. The creator also provided detailed assembly instructions. Charlesworth printed the details of the pen on a Form 2 3D printer using the stereolithography method, but the files are also suitable for FDM technology.
Ahead of the release of the new X-Men Wolverine movie Logan, this character could be a good choice for a Halloween costume - and his image is impossible without powerful claws. The 3D printed claws from Le Fab Shop have a telescoping mechanism that makes them easy to extend and retract. Wolverine's 3D-printed claws are designed to be 3D printed as a single unit and can then be further polished. In addition, they can be printed in any color material, since the finished claws can be coated with silver paint for maximum realism. 3D print settings - 0.2mm resolution and 10% infill, 3D printable files available for free.
Also worth noting is the addition of Wolverine's claws for children's prosthetic hands - this model was developed by AxisLab for the Cyborg Beast's 3D printed prosthetic hand, and they can be easily connected together. Wolverine's simple claws make a great accessory for a prosthetic kid who wants to dress up as the character for Halloween.
Rick and Morty accessories
Rick and Morty from the animated series of the same name can become one of the most popular pair costumes for this Halloween. In addition to the white lab coat and blue wig, realistic 3D printed accessories may be required to complete the look.
First of all, Rick Sanchez's costume is unimaginable without his trusty portal gun - a similar one can be printed on a 3D printer. Designed by Mike Moss, the model features not only a green light bulb, but also a switch, screen, and sound effects. To create such a gun, you will need quite a lot of parts, including an Arduino Pro Mini, a sound card, a joystick, LEDs, a lithium-ion battery, a speaker, and much more. However, those who put the time and effort into 3D printing and assembling the Portal Gun from Moss's model and instructions will surely end up with the ultimate Rick suit. As a simpler option, another non-working model of a 3D printed portal gun without electronic components will do.
Another interesting accessory can be a 3D-printed two-piece magnetic Council of Ricks badge. In addition, many more accessories based on the popular animated series are available for fans of 3D printing.
To really scare people on Halloween, you need to get serious. One example is the 3D-printed Demon Baby by Thingiverse user Taikonaught, perfect for pregnant women. The details are simply placed under a tight-fitting tank top, giving the impression that a demonic child is trying to get out of the womb. The three parts of the costume are the child's face and hands and can be printed without support elements with a resolution of 0.3 mm and 20% infill. Taikonaught printed these accessories on an Ultimaker 2 3D printer.
A 3D-printed chest-bursting monster based on the 1979 movie Alien can be a scary Halloween accessory. An amazingly detailed monster grimace model can be downloaded from Thingiverse. Holes are provided in the base to sew the Alien to a T-shirt or to a ribbon on the chest. You can print a monster on a 3D printer without supporting elements, and then process and color it as you wish - for an example, you should look at the work of users who have already made this accessory. The author of the model, a user under the nickname Geoff.W, also presented the second version - a completely out of the Alien's chest. This option is suitable for those who do not want to spend the entire Halloween party with an Alien attached to their chest.
This 3D printed accessory is both scary and simple - it can be worn with normal clothes or with a ghost costume, as suggested by the author. This 3D-printed brain hat was introduced by Thingiverse user romroig, and it's arguably one of the best simple Halloween accessories.
The 3D print model is just one STL file, and the dimensions can be changed depending on who the accessory is intended for. The author even advises to print several layers of the base to try on the hat before printing it completely. Thus, you can make sure that the accessory will fit perfectly in size for adults, children or even pets. On the sides of the 3D model, there are small holes for a cord or ribbon to, if desired, secure a hat with a brain on the head.
To save time, you can print the brain hat in pink material, but the best effect can be achieved by coloring the finished model, as romroig did. The cap can be printed without supporting elements, with a resolution of 0.2 mm and without padding.
3D Printed Decorations
Twitchy Body Bag
For fans of 3D printing and dark humor, Thingiverse user Nick Rusen has published files for 3D printing of a twitchy body bag. It is enough to close the device with motors with black material and hang it on a tree to get the full feeling that a person is trying to get out of the bag. Rosen plans to publish a tutorial on how to make this spooky decoration on Instructables and has already released a video showing the creation in action.
The 3D printed twitchy body bag was inspired by a servo block from Thingiverse user Joel Hackett. The model consists of eight vertebral discs, a servomotor and two servo blocks - two Futaba S3004 servos are responsible for the movement. In addition, a few more details are required. The author recommends printing with supporting elements, 0.2 mm resolution and 25% infill.
A more relaxed take on Halloween decor is the Victorian skull lamp from MakerBot. Such a detail will be a great addition to a costume party - the body of the lamp looks like metal, and instead of a candle, there is a glowing green skull inside. Ashley Markowitz of MakerBot used Rhino and ZBrush to create the project. To create such a lamp, you will need to print five fragments with a resolution of approximately 0.2 mm and 5% infill - glue is required for assembly. In addition, those who wish can order a ready-made version directly on the Thingiverse website.
As for skulls, the assortment of such decorations is, as usual, quite wide. Examples include a 3D printed skull inspired by Shakespeare's Hamlet, an extremely detailed skull from SkullWorks, and a box of Boneheads from 3DKitBash (with a hideous brain included). For a fun Halloween game, you can use the skull set, which can be dressed up in different looks.
3DKitBash's Boneheads box is especially easy to make as it prints as one piece. You can fill it with candy or a 3D-printed creepy brain that fits perfectly in the skull. Another interesting model, the skull play set, comes with 3D printed accessories such as mustaches, eye patches and roses.
Pumpkins and Jack O'Lanterns
It's impossible to imagine Halloween without a pumpkin, but thanks to technology, you can no longer get dirty by carving a crooked grin on a real vegetable. Instead, you can try to print a pumpkin on a 3D printer - such a lamp will not go out, and next year it can be used again. There are several options for 3D printing pumpkins - Kitronic has already introduced a damn good pumpkin (as well as a bat and a skeleton), besides this, there are stylish models from David Hageman, a 3D print enthusiast from Germany, and tiny "jack-o-lanterns" from 3Dmakerspace. Hageman presented nine 3D printable pumpkins that can be connected to each other. To make them glow, there is a hole for LEDs at the bottom of the pumpkin. Models from 3Dmakerspace are compatible with LED lights from IKEA, which makes the assembly process even easier.
White or translucent 3D printable material makes great ghost decorations. Brooklyn-based 3D printer manufacturer gCreate has unveiled an adorable, huggable ghost that features a Microsoft witch hat. If that's too cute for you, Murray Clark offers a quivering 3D printed ghost. These embellishments are printed as a single piece and the spring inside makes them shake from side to side. The author presented two versions of ghosts, with and without arms, but both models are mostly hollow, so very little material for 3D printing is required to create them. Developers Adafruit have also unveiled a ghost decoration inspired by the ghosts from Super Mario Bros. This 3D printed model called Boo is also hollow inside, so you can put candies in it too.
Despite their amazing qualities and cute appearance (up close), bats still scare people in vampire stories and remain a classic Halloween theme. There are several different 3D printable bat models on the internet, but one of the best options is YEG 3D Printing's Vampire Mouse created with ZBrush. There are several holes in the back of the model so that it can be hung straight, upside down, flat and in other ways. Decorate your home for Halloween by 3D printing mice and then using push pins and string. The model is printed as a single unit, ideally with supporting elements, 0.25 mm resolution and 6% infill. The "night mouse" model is more anatomically realistic, while the "ghost mouse", printed in translucent white material, is a frightening flying ghost.
Candlestick and bowl with cobwebs
The spider is another animal associated with scary stories, which is why it was given due attention on Halloween. One option for 3D printing is an LED candle holder from Briton Mark Durbin. Printed in translucent material, this candle holder can be a great porch decoration, while the tiny spiders can be printed separately and attached for the ultimate intimidating effect. It is important to remember that the candle holder can only be used with LED candles, as real ones will melt the plastic.
Another option from Durbin is a 3D printed bowl that is not decorated with cobwebs, but consists entirely of it. You can put spider toys, candy, or any other large item in the bowl that won't fall out of the holes. The base of the bowl is designed in such a way that the smallest items do not fall out of it. In addition, by turning the bowl over, you can get a spooky headdress.
A 3D printed ghost table that lights up and makes sounds when people pass by can also help create a spooky atmosphere at a Halloween party. The model was created by Thingiverse user Mike Rigsby and his wife Annelle. The table consists of three 3D printed glowing legs and a small glass top, of course not made using 3D printing. To design the legs, Rigsby scanned a ghost figurine his wife had created and scaled up the model in Tinkercad. Each leg is printed in four parts, and it will take approximately 50 hours and 1.2 kg of material to create the entire table. In addition, the legs must be printed with support elements, 0.3 mm resolution, and 10% infill.
Figuratively speaking, in order to breathe life into the table, you will need a few additional parts, among which are the Arduino UNO and Genuino UNO, a relay and an LED. Assembling the table is quite simple - the developers also provided detailed instructions.
The Spooky Witch's Cauldron is a halloween party staple, thankfully it can now be 3D printed. An example of such a model is a fairly simple boiler published by Thingiverse user Makies. The original design is relatively small, but in another version it was scaled up by 400% and slightly edited to make the 3D printing process easier. You can put sweets in the cauldron or install a smoke machine to turn it into an intimidating decoration - in any case, it will be a great addition to the holiday.
There is an even creepier version of the witch's cauldron, remade from an ashtray with snakes. You can also put sweets in it, and the cauldron itself can be painted as desired.
Purple People Eater Bell
A more interesting Halloween project could be a 3D printed Purple People Eater bell made by Adafruit's Ruiz Brothers with Philip Burges. The inspiration for this project was a classic children's song - it may be more cute than scary, but it really is a worthwhile decoration. The bell consists of several parts, including an Adafruit 1.44” TFT display, Teensy, Adafruit Lipoly Backpack, a lithium polymer battery, purple LEDs, a button, several 3D printed parts, and other components. The bell has electronic components such as a moving eye (it also doubles as a bell button), so programming skills will certainly come in handy to create it.
As for the 3D printed parts, they are specially designed to be compatible with other components, so if the electronic components are changed, the parts will also need to be slightly edited before 3D printing. Ruiz Brothers recommend using a few different materials, like making the wings out of NinjaFlex, the horn out of GlowFill, and everything else out of purple PLA plastic. Of course, the materials can always be changed at will.
In addition to the guidelines, Adafruit has published a detailed step-by-step guide to making a 3D printed bell in the shape of a Purple Man Eater.
Movable Assembly Skeleton
The 3D printed assembly skeleton designed by David Hageman is clearly a hit on Thingiverse with over 35 users already making the model and it has a lot of positive reviews. The movable skeleton, which can be assembled without glue, ropes or screws, is a great combination of fun and intimidation, and can certainly be a great Halloween decoration.
The skeleton consists of several 3D-printed parts that are assembled by snapping together built-in fasteners. Hageman recommends printing the ABS skeleton with a resolution of at least 0.2mm. The submitted STL files should already be ready for 3D printing, as the author has optimized them for maximum mount stability. Hageman also published a simple graphical guide for assembling the skeleton.
The skeleton figurine can be seated, hung, turned into a movable doll or fixed in an upright position. Like other models, if desired, it can also be painted.
Halloween is also All Saints' Eve, when the dead are remembered. There are many ways to remember, but 3D printed tombstones are one of the unusual ways to emphasize the transience of human life.
Thingiverse user Trey Snyder has posted a 3D printable model of his favorite tombstone from Disney's Haunted House. The inscription on the tombstone reads: "Here lies the good old Fred, a huge stone fell on his head." MakerBot has also unveiled several tombstones that can be resized if needed before 3D printing. Tombstones from Snyder are recommended to be printed with supporting elements, 0. 2 mm resolution and 15% infill. Models from MakerBot are printed with 10% infill.
Trick or Treat Sign and Cookie Molds
If not enough kids begged for candy last Halloween, you can now invite them with a 3D printed trick or treat sign. treat). Designer Dan Porter designed the plaque for 3D Systems' Cube 2 3D printer, but it can be resized to suit your needs.
Having decided to attract the attention of candy hunters, you need to prepare for their arrival - what could be better than homemade cookies? Designer OogiMe proposes to 3D print a cookie cutter in the form of candy wrappers measuring approximately 8.5 cm - each mold will require only 11 grams of material to make. The author recommends printing forms with a resolution of 0.2 mm and 10% infill.
Those who don't want to just part with Halloween sweets can 3D print a hand trap. The coffin-shaped candy bowl is guarded by a bloody severed hand, which can be printed from a flexible material - it is controlled by tensioning the parts at the bottom of the coffin. Perfect to scare the candy hunters!
Designer Gyrobot chose to print the coffin in MakerBot Translucent Purple, the blood in MakerBot Translucent Red, and the hand in Filaflex. Of course, any similar materials will do. The trap consists of ten parts and six 3D printing STL files. The largest part of the trap, the coffin itself, can be 3D printed with a minimum printable area of 195 x 160 x 50 mm. The controls will require a fishing line, cord, or something similar.
The completely anatomically correct model of the brain was not originally intended as a Halloween decoration, but it will undoubtedly fulfill this role perfectly - it can be placed in a dark room or on a porch. Each of the hemispheres of the brain can be printed on a 3D printer from a transparent material, and three LEDs of any color are used for illumination. Other parts include wires, batteries and a switch.
A simpler and specially designed for Halloween version of the brain - a 3D printed head of Frankenstein's monster, along with a brain that can be taken out. You can put sweets, toys or just car keys in an empty head. The author of Yeg 3D advises printing with a resolution of 0.25 mm and infill of 7-8%.
Another model from the experts at MakerBot is the 3D printed Chandelier of Fear, an eerie and beautiful ceiling lamp that can be hung with a 3D printed circuit printer. Small decorative details such as tiny pumpkins and dripping wax can be printed in different colors or dyed. In addition, the pumpkins can then be detached and the candelabra can be used as a stand-alone decoration after Halloween.
This giant 3D printed chandelier comes in 13 parts that require no support to print (chain only). All fragments are printed with a resolution of 0.2 mm. The model is popular in the Thingiverse community and has been downloaded over 5,000 times.
Toothy Venus Box
The 3D printed Venus Box got its name from its resemblance to the carnivorous plant Venus flytrap. It can be used all year round, but the 3D printed teeth make it much creepier. For sharp teeth, author Marcin Jedinak recommends printing at 0.2mm resolution and 33% infill. For the box itself, it will be enough to set the filling to 20%. The model can be assembled without glue, and the four-door mechanism is a truly amazing piece of work.
Bonus: Cat Armor
Not strictly speaking a decoration or costume, but 3D printed cat armor is a really fun way to get the whole family involved in Halloween celebrations. The Print That Thing armor was first unveiled a year ago when designer Jwall decided his cat Bobo could also enjoy Halloween. You need to print a costume for a pet with supporting elements, a resolution of 0.1-0.4 mm and a filling of 5-15%.
Armor for animals.
A knight's back and tail garb can turn a cute cat into a fearsome Triceratops. One of the 3D printing gurus decided to amuse the world by creating armor for his pet named Bobo.
Knightly armor for a cat called Cat Armor was created by a man named Jwall (J-Wall). Jwall has made a good name for himself on the internet and is known as a fun-loving charismatic. Therefore, any of his antics are accepted favorably. Jwall is home to an iconic online community for all 3D printing veterans and not-so-fans called Thingiverse, which has been around since 2008.
So, the guru of 3D inventions decided to make a present for all cats and their owners. Jwall invented the world's first cat armor, the Cat Armor. The knight's attire consists of armor for the back and a tail with sharp spikes, turning the cute cat into a kind of formidable Triceratops. At the sight of such a cat, all natural enemies must keep their distance. To heighten the effect, the author made a frightening sign in the form of a skull on his chest.
Why does a cat need armor? - you ask. The fact is that the author of the development, as you might guess, has a cat at home. So, a pet named Bobo is not at all against the armor that he needs when meeting with his main enemy - a working vacuum cleaner. So, at least, J-Wall himself explains the reason for the creation of Cat Armor.
In addition to protecting against enemies, knightly armor can be a great Halloween costume for a pet. Even if you are not celebrating Halloween, would you refuse such a funny photo shoot to your cat? By the way, it must be said that the author of cat armor truly loves animals - although he seems to be a frivolous joker, he managed to make the armor such that they would in no way constrain the animal and cause him no harm.
By the way, cat armor is far from the only example of ammunition for animals. Here we can recall other, more serious colleagues of J-Wall, who also make 3D armor and prostheses for birds and turtles.
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For a long time the artist made custom-made knightly armor and armor for people, but one day it occurred to him - why not start making armor for cats for a change? Well, where there are cats, there are mice.
According to Jeff de Boer, a mouse costume takes between 10 and 40 hours of work. For a cat costume - from 50 to 200 hours. All parts are developed by him independently. Ready armor can theoretically be put on an animal.
He even tried it with his cat. From this attempt, only scars remained - the tailed friend refused to test the combat suit. Yes, in fact, no one aspired to this.
As Jeff de Boer says, mouse and cat armor is just art. Maybe it's for the best. Because in a world where mice would start wearing Boer armor, people would have to come up with more effective means than ordinary spring mousetraps.
Are you attracted by the Middle Ages, knightly tournaments, valiant warriors, beautiful ladies? Would you like to try on armor? Well, now it's not as difficult to access as it used to be, and there are tournaments and special demonstrations.
Our younger brothers can also try themselves on the lists. Yes, yes, I'm not kidding, animals can also have armor. And what, let cats and mice continue their eternal war for a reason, but in armor. Imagine: in the arena of a jousting tournament, armored cats against mice in armor. Say nonsense, but no, the Canadian craftsman of Dutch origin Jeff de Boer just creates unique historically accurate armor. Only not for people, namely for cats and mice.
As a boy, de Boer was fascinated by two things - not hockey and dating cheerleaders, but metal and the Middle Ages. Since his father was a professional tinsmith, Jeff had a unique opportunity to combine the possibilities of metal creation and his imagination. In 11th grade, he made his first full-size knightly armor, and in his second year of jewelry making at the College of Art, Jeff created his first masterpiece, mouse armor. Psychologically weak since childhood, de Boer entered adulthood wielding metaphors. From childhood, the craftsman associated himself with the mouse, because the armor for the mouse he created pursued the normal goal of arming himself and protecting himself. In the future, de Boer also continued to create items for the "corporate war" - metal masks, chain mail ties in a militant medieval style. According to Jeff, the modern world hits a person because he is sent defenseless to the very hell. Previously, huge armies of armed and metal-protected warriors took part in the battles. Today, a person is forced to face more debilitating psychological wars with practically nothing, only a couple of fabric things.
Making amazing armor for animals is the work of many years of work. In practice, the manufacture of the armor itself is a matter of technology, but after all, how many more years did it take to study historical data and master the intricacies of jewelry making ... Over the many years of studying the history of weapons, the master has collected a serious library dedicated to this issue. The time spent on creating one armor for mice is approximately as follows: it takes up to 20 hours to create a mouse, another 10 hours are required to polish it, and it takes some time to make a stand. Depending on the complexity of the future mouse armor, it takes from 10 to 40 hours to create it. The calculation of time for cats is about the same, only the size of the future armor must be taken into account - the larger the part, the longer it will take to be made. On average, metal cat clothes can be made in 50-200 hours of work.
How exactly is the work on each specific armor? The algorithm is simple: the first idea appears, in support of which historical materials are studied, a sketch of the future armor is being prepared. This is how Jeff determines the basic proportions of the sculpture. After that, a full-size model of plasticine armor is created, on which flat scans of parts are drawn. Then the parts are forged and dressed directly on the layout. In order to subsequently embody the idea in several copies, the wizard saves the layout and sweeps. But it is simply impossible to create two sets of identical armor, since each work is overgrown with individual details, which are all made by hand.
A cat armor maker once tried to stuff his cat into the armor. Only the case ended only with scars on his hands. De Boer is sure that the main thing in his work is imagination. Still, animals do not like to wear anything on themselves, so the author of the armor aims to give an impetus to the imagination of the audience. Looking at the armor for our smaller brothers, you begin to think what would happen if they really wore it, which could change their relationship. Armor for cats and mice is not just a spectacular interior decoration, it is an interesting work of art that has its own understatement.