Introduction: Trick or Treat Sign

Living in a condo has a distinct disadvantage on Halloween. Everyone's porch lights are on 24/7 so you can't tell who has candy.

To flag down passing trick-or-treaters, I made this sign to hang on our door. The size was determined by the bed size on my original 3D printer, a Cube 2 by 3D Systems.

Feel free to download the .STL file below, scale up the sign, change colors, and share with your friends. Just remember to post pictures of what you made and let me know if you have any problems.

Step 1: Buying a Sign

If you do not have a 3D printer at home, you can also purchase a sign from my Shapeways store.

Trick or Treat Sign on Shapeways

Have fun and have a happy Halloween!

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myrrhmaid (author)2014-11-10

I love it! You have my vote!

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tkleinauskas (author)2014-10-06

Nice job!

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Porda (author)2014-10-05

Thanks MsSweetSatisfaction,

Glad to see someone already found my ible. By the way, I love your Vanellope Von Schweetz hair candy. I'm starting to think I should be a Wreck-it Ralph character for Halloween.

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MsSweetSatisfaction (author)2014-10-05

That's so neat! Perfect way to make sure you get see the kiddos in their costumes! Thanks for sharing!

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Bio: Mechanical engineer, alumnus Colorado State University, and member of Alamance Makers Guild.
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