3DxHalloween – Collection of Halloween Decorations #ElectronicHalloween #3DxHalloween #3DThursday #3DPrinting

Here are a few more 3DxHalloween projects to inspire you for #ElectronicHalloween!

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Creature from the Black Lagoon by cerberus333

Trophies for the Site 3 halloween party costume contest by techknight Thingiverse

Trophies for the Site 3 halloween party costume contest by techknight: Every year, Site 3 coLaboratory site3.ca has a halloween party. This year, I whipped up some trophies for the costume contest with my MakerBot Cupcake. (1st, 2nd, 3rd, and a prize for oversized costumes.) I combined Bioluminescence’s Deus Ex candelabra at different sizes to create a base, and used my trusty Plastruct Bondene to weld them to different scales of akaziuna’s vampire skull and Artec’s celtic skull. (read more)

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Cupped hand by BartW: I needed a hand with the fingers curved for a project I’m working on (should also be good for Halloween). I based it on Jewelry Hand by imaterialise. (read more)

Supportless Candy Bowl Skull by cjrussell Thingiverse

Supportless Candy Bowl Skull by cjrussell: This is a remix of MacGyver’s excellent skull print. The upper skull was remixed into a candy bowl for Halloween. The skull prints in 4 pieces that can be assembled, removing the need for any supports to be printed. (read more)

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LED Skull Lantern by Festus440: Just in time for Halloween! This little lantern uses an inexpensive battery operated LED “Tea Light” candle that can be purchased at most craft stores or on-line. (I paid $1.99 for one at the local craft store.) The tea light is mounted upside down in the top of the lantern. The handle is optional. You don’t need if you aren’t going to hang the lantern. (read more)

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Bat er up by cerberus333: Bat on a stand facing up, adding to my Halloween collection. Modeled in Sculptris (read more)

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