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Dangerous Ladies' 3D models for Lady Loki's horned helmet.
Model by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

Pre-sliced and keyed for printing on a 20cmx20cmx20cm bed.

Files include:
- Reference images
- Large Horn .stl files
- Medium Horn .stl files
- Medium Horn (Magnets) .stl files.

We printed ours at 0.1 and 0.15mm layers. We suggest keeping walls about 1-1.2mm for the horns and the infill low; this will save weight. The faceplate itself will definitely need thick walls and a very high infill for strength; thin walls make for a flexible plate. The magnet version with the smaller horns has a thicker faceplate in general.

Faceplate:
- 6.25" between tops of ear holes.
- We suggest a test print first to ensure fit; 0.3mm layers with 0.8 walls is fine for a test print.
- Because of the potential weight of the horns, you may want to consider padding the inside of the face plate with craft foam.
- Two-party 5min epoxy and superglues both work for attaching elastics around the back of the faceplate, worn under the wig.

Medium horns:
- 12" wide; just about double the width of your head.
- 11.5" tall from base to tip
- Uses eight (8) 1/4" dowel pins to assemble, 1" length. You can cut these yourself from 1/4" dowelling (available conveniently in the craft section of many dollar stores) or purchase standard fluted dowel pins from any hardware store.

Large horns:
- 22" wide; almost four times the width of your head. This will fit through door ways.
- 11.5" tall from base to tallest point.
- Uses sixteen (16) 1/4" dowel pins to assemble, 1.25" length. You can cut these yourself from 1/4" dowelling (available conveniently in the craft section of many dollar stores) or purchase standard fluted dowel pins from any hardware store.

Medium horns:
- 12" wide; just about double the width of your head.
- 11.5" tall from base to tip
- Uses eight (8) 1/4" dowel pins to assemble, 1" length. You can cut these yourself from 1/4" dowelling (available conveniently in the craft section of many dollar stores) or purchase standard fluted dowel pins from any hardware store.
- Uses four (4) 1/2" magnets and four to eight (4-8) 1/4" magnets. Depending on how strong your magnets are, you may not need to use both small magnet slots on each horn; as long as the grip is firm, it's much preferable to have the horn pop off under impact/pressure than have your neck jerked if you catch something!

I used these:
https://www.michaels.com/pro-mag-neodymium-magnets-.5%22%22/10382640.html
https://www.michaels.com/pro-mag-neodymium-magnets-.5%22%22/10382640.html

Please do not redistribute or resell. Intended for personal use only. Commercial use must buy a new copy for each item produced.

Feel free to tag us to show us what you print and make! We love to see finished works.

Medium Horns Lady Loki by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)
Large Horns Lady Loki cosplay by Tia (@queenscoronet), photo by @innerexcellence

http://dangerousladies.storenvy.com
http://twitter.com/dangerousladies
http://instagram.com/thedangerousladies

Materials:
digital file

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Dangerous Ladies' 3D models for Lady Loki's horned helmet.
Model by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)

Pre-sliced and keyed for printing on a 20cmx20cmx20cm bed.

Files include:
- Reference images
- Large Horn .stl files
- Medium Horn .stl files
- Medium Horn (Magnets) .stl files.

We printed ours at 0.1 and 0.15mm layers. We suggest keeping walls about 1-1.2mm for the horns and the infill low; this will save weight. The faceplate itself will definitely need thick walls and a very high infill for strength; thin walls make for a flexible plate. The magnet version with the smaller horns has a thicker faceplate in general.

Faceplate:
- 6.25" between tops of ear holes.
- We suggest a test print first to ensure fit; 0.3mm layers with 0.8 walls is fine for a test print.
- Because of the potential weight of the horns, you may want to consider padding the inside of the face plate with craft foam.
- Two-party 5min epoxy and superglues both work for attaching elastics around the back of the faceplate, worn under the wig.

Medium horns:
- 12" wide; just about double the width of your head.
- 11.5" tall from base to tip
- Uses eight (8) 1/4" dowel pins to assemble, 1" length. You can cut these yourself from 1/4" dowelling (available conveniently in the craft section of many dollar stores) or purchase standard fluted dowel pins from any hardware store.

Large horns:
- 22" wide; almost four times the width of your head. This will fit through door ways.
- 11.5" tall from base to tallest point.
- Uses sixteen (16) 1/4" dowel pins to assemble, 1.25" length. You can cut these yourself from 1/4" dowelling (available conveniently in the craft section of many dollar stores) or purchase standard fluted dowel pins from any hardware store.

Medium horns:
- 12" wide; just about double the width of your head.
- 11.5" tall from base to tip
- Uses eight (8) 1/4" dowel pins to assemble, 1" length. You can cut these yourself from 1/4" dowelling (available conveniently in the craft section of many dollar stores) or purchase standard fluted dowel pins from any hardware store.
- Uses four (4) 1/2" magnets and four to eight (4-8) 1/4" magnets. Depending on how strong your magnets are, you may not need to use both small magnet slots on each horn; as long as the grip is firm, it's much preferable to have the horn pop off under impact/pressure than have your neck jerked if you catch something!

I used these:
https://www.michaels.com/pro-mag-neodymium-magnets-.5%22%22/10382640.html
https://www.michaels.com/pro-mag-neodymium-magnets-.5%22%22/10382640.html

Please do not redistribute or resell. Intended for personal use only. Commercial use must buy a new copy for each item produced.

Feel free to tag us to show us what you print and make! We love to see finished works.

Medium Horns Lady Loki by Jennifer Rezny (@quicksparrows)
Large Horns Lady Loki cosplay by Tia (@queenscoronet), photo by @innerexcellence

http://dangerousladies.storenvy.com
http://twitter.com/dangerousladies
http://instagram.com/thedangerousladies

Materials:
digital file

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