3DxHalloween – Collection of Quick Printable Costume Props #ElectronicHalloween #3DThursday #3DPrinting

Today on our weekly live 3D Hangouts we get an early start on the season, celebrating the many ways that 3D printing can be put to use to celebrate your #ElectronicHalloween! The Ruiz Brothers shared a video featuring a number of their projects for you to try. And here are a few more 3DxHalloween projects to whet your appetite!

Illuminated Skull Ring by mrigsby Thingiverse

Illuminated Skull Ring by mrigsby: “This is an illuminated ring mixed from the clever skull designed by MacGyver.
If you are thinking of a talking skull for Halloween, go back to his files–the upper jaw and lower jaw can be separated.” (read more)

Download Anonymous Mask Full Size by fabiobautista MyMiniFactory com

ANONYMOUS MASK (FULL SIZE) by fabiobautista: “This halloween you can be Guy Fawkes, V for Vendetta or a member of Anonymous. Perfect for trick or treating or an evening of hacking. Whichever you prefer.” (read more)

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Battle Axe Hairsticks by Zheng3: “No lady should walk the woods unprepared for conflict. This version will last you through a quick jaunt to the Renaissance Faire, but if you really want to wow the wenches or bring the jarls to the yard you’ll want a bronze or gold set from Shapeways.” (read more)

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Brain Slug Hair Clip by CarryTheWhat: “I took this wonderful brain slug, cleaned it up a bit, and added a slot for a standard hair clip. Now you can wear a brain slug in your hair!” (read more)

Harry Potter Glasses with hinges by sivar2311 Thingiverse

Harry Potter Glasses – with hinges by sivar2311: “I need some harry potter glasses for my 7 years old son. I found some made by Tunell (thanks for that!) – but my son needed live hinges. So i tuned it up with SketchUp.” (read more)

Jack Skellington Earrings by GlitchTech Thingiverse

Jack Skellington Earrings by GlitchTech:

And I, Jack, the Pumpkin King…

That’s right. I AM THE PUMPKIN KING!

And I just can’t wait until next Halloween

‘Cause I’ve got some new ideas that will really make them scream

And by God, I’m really gonna give it all my might!

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