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3Do it Masks

by 3Do_it Oct 22, 2014
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Hello, Nice design, how did you put the patterns in your designs i can see, you build it up with an outline of lines and then created a some patterns in terms of 3D, is there a solution in 3ds max for this?

i Hope you understand what i mean.

Hi lucas,

I simply designed the pattern in 2d then extruded and cut with the outline of the mask. I did this in Rhino but I am pretty sure you can achieve the same thing in 3Ds max too..

Great Design. Thank you. To make it flexible in pla, I just printed it for the 1/3rd of the way and stop the print. Now I have a perfect flexible pla mask :) Its light and bendable

You are right, I have also made a thinner version. It works as well!

Just a tip, For anyone that has difficulty printing Flexi, or doesn't have any in stock.
You can print in PLA and use the same process as these wrist braces http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:403001

This way you soak the flat PLA print in hot water, and form the mask to your face.

Cool masks. Thanks for sharing.

Wrist brace
by piuLAB

Thanks for the tip! I haven't actually tried this method, but I will now!

I will add this to the instructions...

Great job, Do you use pla to make it ? ?

Yes we used flexible PLA. I usually buy it from Form Futura but there are plenty of other producers that has it..

Sorry, are this sized the right way? or should I make them bigger?, thanks.

They come in one size. You would have to scale depending on your head size. I will also post a PDF with the outline of the masks, you can cut out the shape and the holes for the eyes and check if you should scale them up or down....

thanks, i like this model, not because it is awesome and simple, but also that they may help me to use them as templates in case I want to print a mask. :D

Glad you like them, can't wait to see your iterations then..!