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Ripped Out Articulated Eyeballs

Creation quality: 5.0/5 (3 votes)
Evaluation of members on the printability, utility, level of detail, etc.

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Licence CULTS - Private Use
Publication date 2023-09-21 at 14:39
Design number 1465042
3D design format
3MF and STL Folder details Close
  • Eyeball and Socket.3mf
  • Eyeball.3mf
  • Eyeball.stl
  • Iris.stl
  • Iris_simple.stl
  • Optic_Nerve.stl
  • Pupil.stl
  • Pupil_simple.stl
  • Shine.stl
  • Socket.stl

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3D printer file info

3D model description

Here is my next Halloween Release - This one requires some instructions so please read the 3D Printing Settings below!

This is a multi-part print so you can print every part in a different color! There a re also single file versions included if you prefer.
I also added 3mf files for Bambu printers.

For the Eyeball there is a simple version that does not have the reflection on it - Pick whatever you like.

No glue required unless you print it incredibly huge.

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3D printing settings

  1. Print every part in the same scale, I recommend 100% or higher - I tested at 75% minimum but it may not work depending on printer / filament as the veins may snap!

  2. Use 3 walls for the Socket - I tested it like 20 times with 4 different sizes and made changes so it should not break when inserting or removing the eye.

3 Use brim for the Optical Nerve if you are worried about adhesion - But avoid using brim for other parts.

  1. Do not use supports for any of the Parts

  2. Make sure you don't have an Elephant Foot on your prints - If you do you will have a hard time inserting the parts.


Place the Shine in the Iris > Lock it down with the Pupil > Insert all into the Eyeball -> Insert Eyeball into Socket -> Screw Optical Nerve to Socket

Important Note:

The parts fit together with the current scale - The more you scale up the more the Eyeball parts will get a bit loose, the more you scale down the harder it will be to snap them together. I tested: 75%, 100%, 120% and 200% - All worked nicely, You need to have your printer tuned in order for everything to fit.


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