Rick Sanchez mask from Rick and Morty #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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This is a Rick Sanchez mask from Rick and Morty. I have printed this in PLA and had good success using Loctite Ultra Control Gel glue to put it together. All of the STL’s are set up with optimized orientations, and are made to fit the 8x8x8 print bed of a Monoprice Maker Select (Wanhao Duplicator i3 rebrand). Many parts can be printed with no supports. It is about 1.5mm thick.

The pupils are not part of the printable parts and are just black paper with double sided tape so they can be posed on the eye balls.

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