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Paper Mache With Glue
Tools and Materials for Paper Mache
Paper Mache Class
3D Printed Animatronic Puppet
Thanks for the update. Haven't mentioned it up to this point but this is an outstanding project. Its pretty straight forward, relatively inexpensive and when you're done you have a professional looking animatronic model. I've learned quite a lot. Thanks!
Thank you so much for your quick response! As I said before this is not my area of expertise and I'm having a great time learning with this project. One last newbie question, what did you use to mount the push rods on the servo? Looks like it could have been printed but I'm thinking there is some kind of standard RC linkage? I've looked at a couple of RC sites but nothing quite matched up.
Help! I'm missing something, where are the pushrods, and ball joints coming from for the eye lids? I don't see them on the parts list. Thanks!
Intro to Fusion 360: Lamp Design
Ink jet to wood using rice paper and polyurethane
Brilliant! I've been doing this by printing on wax paper (mirror image) and then carefully placing the paper face down, rubbing the ink onto the surface. It's tough to line up, easily smudges and when done correctly is still very faint. This has that technique beat in spades! Just a suggestion I've learned from the wax paper, use 4 small pieces of tape to just hold the points of the corners on a regular sheet of paper. It will go through the printer much easier. Thanks for the instructable!