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Facemask inner bracket

Creation's quality: 4.0/5 (12 votes)
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3D model description

Inner Mask support frames/ mask brackets/breath easy frames/ lipstick protection frames ....not sure what to call these, modelled and printed some for an educator. As back-to-school plans begin, educators are now working on the front lines.

Talking ALL day in a mask could be a challenge. With a facemask bracket, educators would be able to project their voices better and just breathe easier, it can be useful for anyone.

Hoping these could help mask wearers during the day as we all adapt to the new normal.

Let me know how it works for you. Post a make add a comment, and feel free to reach out to me @ornjcreate on Instagram.

3D printing settings

Supports: Yes

Bed adhesion: Brim

Resolution: 0.12-0.2mm

Infill: >20% - shouldn't need much with 3 shells, but if you opt for 2 shells add more infill.

Filament_material: PLA or PETG

Print with a brim, dome side up will need less support material. Support overhang at 45 degrees. For better quality.0.5-0.6mm outer shell is recommended, or alternately try with 3 walls.
(This method required sanding for comfort)

Print time is approx. 3-4 hours, but depends on your support density and print resolution.

The original video on this design:

Post-processing: NO MORE SANDING
Print dome side down - print time 5-6Hr, depending on your support density and print resolution.

Wear it notch side up. Also, heating it with a blow dryer to adjust the fit!

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: STL Folder details Close
    • maskbracket-v2.stl

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  • 3D model size: X 94.6 × Y 120 × Z 36.3 mm
  • Last update: 2020/09/26 at 04:36
  • Publication date: 2020/09/10 at 09:42





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Seeks clarity in complexity, designs beautiful things that are practical, sustainable and adaptable | mamax3 | wife | 3D print maker (mostly making stuff for my home and my kids 👧👦👶)
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I have done it with PETG and PLA, have not tried it with TPU. TPU print will likely be harder to sand down, this design needs quite a bit of support so the surfaces may be rough with TPU. I think it depends on the slicer support settings and how easily it detaches from the bracket. Please don't hesitate to share if you choose to give TPU a try! I can definitely work on refining the design to make it work better!

Would it print and work okay in TPU? Thinking about printing with that instead of PLA for a little more flexibility to fit to face.

I made it to fit over the nose...I have a smaller face, you might be able to scale it up. I would recommend measuring the length from the tip of the nose to the chin and use that to set the X-axis length and then scale it uniformly.

Printed this out and was wondering was it suppose to fit over or under the nose?

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