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Art Nouveau Hair Ornaments

by WeeksB Jun 27, 2015
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Hey, this may be a dumb question, but how do you wear these without them falling out? Somehow I know more about 3D printing than I do about hairstyling... :-D

That is not a dumb question and it's why I designed the one comb with hooks. ...Unfortunately the hooks do nothing to help secure the piece in hair and only makes it really annoying to take the piece out. I don't have a good answer other than suggest using other hair securing techniques like inserting the comb into a pre-made bun or using the comb sort-of like one would use chopsticks to secure ones hair (as there are four shorter long tines instead of one long one this isn't as successful).

I love these. I've had to print extras for a friend. Thank you so much for sharing this!

Thank you! I'm so glad that these combs are making so many people so happy.

My niece just loved these, thank you!

That makes me very happy to hear. Thank you!

nice work.... and that vampire red is totally awesome! It deserves to be featured!

Thank you very much! The red is actually the red PLA from Makerbot and is a very pretty translucent ruby red.


I cant get this file to x3g to save my life. I read a bunch of things on how to do it, but I cant get it to work. Ive used ReplicatorG and Spli3r

Hello jleao,

I am not very familiar with ReplicatorG or Spli3r when creating x3g files but I thought it was an option when exporting. I personally use Makerbot Desktop (and now Simplify3D) when creating my x3g files. MB Desktop automatically exports .x3g as that's all their machines can accept.

Can you provide a little more information on what you are doing? What you expect to be happening vs what is actually happening?

Also be careful when choosing to use my supplied .x3g files as my printer might like a setting that your printer does not. I try really hard to record important settings when I post the file but I might forget something or your printer could be in a different configuration.

WeeksB these are so rad! Congrats on your internet points!

Thanks guys. I totally "Squee'd" when I realized these were Featured.