The Spinning Jack-o-Lantern range includes three versions provided as .stl's and are ready to print as follows:
Earrings - The smallest and very lightweight even when printed with 50% infill (recommended for strength / durability). Approx. 24mm in diameter. Print a pair and use with simple Earring wire hooks.
FOB - A fun Key FOB to use over the Halloween period. Approx. 30mm in diameter so smaller than your cars remote control.
Fidget / Display - The Fidget version is fun to spin, like a fidget spinner for Halloween, but also features a small hole in the top of the stem for a string so you can hang it up as a decoration. Approx. 50mm in diameter.
All prints have designed in support that should break away quickly and easily (usually by hand). This is required to achieve the mouth shape. Do not use Automated Support. Well sliced files printed on a well set up / accurate / precise machine should have no problems producing great results.
These designs look great printed in almost any color so don't limit yourself to the traditional orange pumpkin. The Earrings in particular look really good and more subtle / elegant printed in a translucent color.
They are all relatively quick and easy prints that everyone will love... so chances are you will need to print lots!
Please refer to the print settings and images for additional information... and make sure you post images of your Spinning Jack-o-Lanterns (Fidgets / FOBs / Earrings) in use for other members to see... have fun with them!
Note: If you like this check out the rest of my fun and practical designs.
PLA / 2 shells / 30% or more infill
Easy prints but do not use any Automated Support. The required support has been designed in and should break away easily after printing.
Use higher than usual infill to increase strength and durability. Use 25 - 30% infill for the FOB and Fidget versions. The Earrings should be printed with 50% or more infill.
Remove the designed in support....
Just remove the small amount of designed in support around the mouth area then, if required, gently free the stem to spin. This should be quick and easy to do by hand (no tools required). Use you finger nail to clear any stuck points around the base then gently wiggle the stem until it comes free.