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3D Printed Monster High Shoes

It has been a “Holy Grail” for me to have custom Monster High (or Ever After High) shoes. We’ve 3D Printed several things, but shoes have been a hard thing because our printers could not do fine details very well. Fast forward to two weeks ago when my husband told me he invested in an Anycubic Photon Resin Printer. it’s an LCD printer that uses projection to harden UV resin. I’m not going to get any more technical, so please don’t stop reading now! The point is that this printer will allow us to get CRAZY detailed prints. Look how cool this dragon looks!

Anyways, you aren’t here for Dragons. We’ve been working on this for some time and I can finally show you a product I am proud of! These are my 3D Printed Steampunk Monster High (or Ever After High) Shoes!

Steampunk Monster High Shoes

Steampunk Monster High Shoes

Steampunk Monster High Shoes

Steampunk Monster High Shoes

Steampunk Monster High Shoes

This is just the first in a long line of custom shoes we are going to make. If people are interested in them, I can post them in my Etsy store. Please let me know what you think! I’ll share more with you once I make more :)

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New Arm Pegs for Quin

When we printed Quin according to the recommendations of 3dkitbash, I still had a problem with the arm pegs. They printed too small and fragile for me to even insert them into one arm part, my less both. They always broke. The attachments looked just like the functional leg attachments. They are similar to a tiny “x,” I referred to them as “chromosome-shaped.”

My amazing husband took to the 3D modeling and fashioned a set of pegs that might work better. These pegs look more like “pegs.” They allow for rotational motion of the arms as well as a firm fit that audibly “clicks” into place. He has now posted these pegs to thingiverse.com in the event that anyone else runs across the same problem.

Check them out.

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