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September 25, 2014 AT 9:00 am

3D Printed Halloween Roundup #3DPrinting #3DThursday

This week we’re compiling together 2014’s top 3d Printed halloween inspired projects. We have wearables and cosplay projects that we’ve ordered from hardest to easiest to give you plenty of time to get working on those costume ideas.

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Cortana LED Costume
First up we have a challenging full body suit. This cortina costume from halo has sewn neopixels sporting a lovely circuitry animation. The details on the sides are spray painted on using a 3d printed stencil.

LED Daft Punk Helmet
Next up, why not make a daft punk inspired helmet that prints in just one piece. strap on a set of NeoPixel strips and fire up some code.

Ultrasonic Raygun
If you need some props to go with your costume, why not make some ray guns that can measure distance and sense tempature.

NeoPixel LED Skateboard
Quickly get around the neighborhood and turn some heads with an led skateboard using NeoPixel rings and strips mounted with printed parts.

LED Fire Horns
Be the devil business man and make the tried and true classic costume with ninjaflex printed horns and neopxiel LEDs for a simple and easy build.

LED Hair Dress
For a more heavenly appoarch, Light up your head with this glowing crown hair dress with a Gemma and NeoPixel ring. Customize the stencil to match your costume!

LED Knuckles
Bling out your fists with these light up knuckles. Write your own text and words to make your idea shine with our alphanumeric quad display and trinket.


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