Here is "MR:NONE", the Art Toy you can print and
customable. You have a 3D printer, some building skills, If you love art and painting, this project is for you!! Art Toy MR:NONE is designed to be repainted and reinterpreted by street artists & traditional artists from many different backgrounds. The MR:NONE‘s design is created using a CAD Open Source software and and distribuited whit Creative Commons license. The production is done by 3D printers REP RAP self-crafted by the team. All the creative management, marketing and adv campaign, is done on the web and on related social networks. So MR:NONE is produced with the passion of the community that wants and will want to follow him. Web site where you will find all the instructions about MR:NONE's project:
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Step 1: Materials and Tools
You can build your very own Art Toy MR:NONE with this short list of materials and tools:
- Filament for 3D Printers (Green PLA, ABS or other...)
- Acrylic color
- Standard Milliput (to shape the plastic)
- Black marker
- PVA glue (for the print floor)
- Paper tape
- Super glue
- 3D printer
- Tools for modeling
Step 2: Download Body
Step 3: 3D Printing
After downloading all the STL model of Art Toy, the next step will be to get a 3D Printer (FDM tecnology) and choose the filament, so as to determine the material of which will be done.
- I used a 3D printer (REP RAP model), built by me... But you can use any model.
- The software that I use for the management of 3d printing is "Repetier Host" and Slic3r for slicing of STL model.
The Art Toy is made been printed with Green PLA filament.
The following are the parameters used for printing:
- Layer height - 0.2
- Temperature nozzle - 210 (cooled by fan)
- Dish - cold
- Speed 40 millimeters per second
- Perimeters 3
- Infill: 20/30 % (or above to ensure a good closing of the upper layers)
Step 4: Postproduction and Modeling
After printing, with your 3D printer, all components of the toy. They can be assembled!
But first you have to finish it ...
- First, the supports should be removed, that the printer creates, with the help of the cutter.
- Then they finished the joints with the help of a rasp, cutter and sandpaper. Check if they engage well with each other ...
- Finally you can smooth the points not perfect and assemble controlling the joints of the arms, head and legs.
We create the hair and the belt, shaping Milliput.
- Standard Milliputis our general purpose grade – it has been used for many years for the toughest tasks.
Some typical applications include modelmaking, jewellery making and sculpting.
How to work with Milliput:
- Mixing component A with component B (catalyst) to 50%.
- When the components become one color, apply on the toy's head printed in 3D.
- Mold the Milliput with the help of tools such as seen in the photos.
- After 24 hours the plastic becomes very hard and can be sanded and painted.
Step 5: Customize
When all components have been printed and finished, they can be assembled.
But the goal of our Art Toy is to be customized. So we dedicate ourselves to the color of the toy, inspiring us to The Incredible Hulk!
To paint the toy I used acrylic colors is a fixative.
You can view all the steps through the photos.
Step 6: Thanks!
If you create your custom MR:NONE, we would be happy to receive photos and your contact!
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