Agisis Ultimate 40in x 23in Alien Facehugger (Halloween Prop)
FilenameDownloadsSizeUploaded
FaceHuggerHalloween2.jpg3581100 kBon 30/10/15 Download
FaceHuggerHalloween1.jpg3577160 kBon 30/10/15 Download
FaceHugger1.jpg3668107 kBon 30/10/15 Download
FaceHugger2.jpg3670235 kBon 30/10/15 Download
FaceHuggerSprayed1.jpg352270 kBon 30/10/15 Download
FaceHuggerSprayed2.jpg359968 kBon 30/10/15 Download
FaceHuggerPrint.jpg3575118 kBon 30/10/15 Download
FaceHugger_Top_PLA.stl34372 MBon 30/10/15 Download
FaceHuggerBottom_PLA.stl35552.3 MBon 30/10/15 Download
OneLeg_PLA.stl27921.2 MBon 30/10/15 Download
TwoLegs_PLA.stl30672.3 MBon 30/10/15 Download
TailGrouping1_PLA.stl29271.3 MBon 30/10/15 Download
TailGrouping2_PLA.stl29861.5 MBon 30/10/15 Download
TailGrouping3_PLA.stl2856369 kBon 30/10/15 Download
Description
Hello, After about 150 hours of 3D sculpting work using Blender, I am releasing into the wild a brand new life-size articulated alien facehugger just in time for Halloween (and worked really hard to have a shot at the contest and show what this printer can really do!). This was printed on my Rostock Max v2 which has a large print area, but I have broken up the pieces in a way that does not require supports and does not a require a massive print area. I spent a long time getting the joint as tight as possible without splitting them. This puppy is huge coming in at 40 inches x 23 inches. It's big and bad enough to clutch your face and wrap the tail around your neck. Oh yeah! ...and yes, that is a facehugger springing out of a alien egg I carved out of a pumpkin just for your viewing enjoyment.
Instructions
Need: Super Glue and sand paper! 1) You should print the body with as little infill as you can get away with (like 15% if possible). The lighter it is, the easier it will stand up on its own! 2) I used 0.15mm per layer with 4 count perimeter. This is important because the outer layer of the joints need to be thick and sturdy! 3) Print it a bit hotter than usual to get a really good bond between layers. 4) I used PLA, but I think ABS will do a lot better because it has a little flex to it. That is very good for the joints because PLA is pretty stiff stuff and not to forgiving. 5) Sand down the flat parts of the joints with rough sand paper to make them scratched up before using the super glue to get a really strong bond. 6) When printing the Tail grouping files, the order of the tail pieces is left to right, top to bottom. I provided a STL with two legs you can print at once if you have a large enough bed. If not, use the OneLeg_PLA.stl Enjoy!
License
Attribution - Creative Commons
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