ADDITIONAL VIDEO TUTORIALS ✅ RESPIRATOR CANISTERS: https://bit.ly/3k5ezTx ✅ GOGGLES: https://bit.ly/36r1Xye
UNIVERSAL SIZE Head circumference between 22-23.6" (56-60 cm)
MATERIALS This project requires 6 oz (2.5 mm) leather. The pattern and the molds are designed specifically for this thickness of leather. We recommend vegetable tanned leather as it is best suitable for molding. You should use a 2-2.5 oz (0.8-1 mm) leather for lining. 1 mm waxed polyester thread edge dye edge primer leather glue thermoforming material 600-1000 grit sandpaper for sanding the edges
HARDWARE & OTHER MATERIALS The kit for hardware is available in our shop:
14 lace hooks snap fasteners 2 x 0.79” (20 mm) buckles 2 pieces of brass mesh 2 pieces of thermoforming material for leather 1 pair of 1.85" (47 mm) width polycarbonate sunglasses 2 brass flanged backnut 2 x 1/2 & 3/4 reducing hex nipple 2 x 3/4 & 3/4 female thread coupling brass 2 x 3/4 hex plug 12 x m3 brass acorn nut 12 x filet m3 flat head brass screw 6 x eyelets patina black magic patina steel wool 2 x m3 screw thread 4 x hexagonal m3 nuts 3D printing molds
TOOLS & EQUIPMENT cutter hole punch needles wood clamps saw (jeweler saw) Dremel + sandpaper bit (access to) 3D printer rubber mallet cutting matt 3 mm drill bit for metal 4.2 mm drill bit for metal nylon fiber wheel for polishing counter sink bit 40 grit grinder 40-60 sandpaper grit for Dremel
The package contains STL files for 3D printed molds as follows: * for exterior & interior ear * for goggles & goggles lining * for brass mesh
The STL files are for 6 oz (2.5 mm) leather.
The STL files are archived. You can use WinRAR (https://www.win-rar.com/) for PC or WinZip (https://www.winzip.com/mac/en/rar-for-mac.html) for Mac to extract the files.
You can also buy the physical mold from us in case you do not have (access to) a printer. Please send me a message to agree on a processing time.
Link to our 3D printed molds: http://etsy.me/2Z5wLRc
Link to leather patterns & STL files with 3D printed molds: http://etsy.me/3abWa29
💡 If you intend to reuse the mold for many projects, I recommend printing at 70-90% infill.
💡 If you want to use it for a project, we recommend still going for at least 25% infill + 8 layers thickness for the walls.
⚠️ Protect the mold when using it with woodworking clamps. Please check the video tutorial.
💡 Please watch the video. For this project it is mandatory.
👌 If you have questions, please join our Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/leatherpattern3dprintedmolds
✅ We make custom molds for other leather projects. DM me if you're interested.
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