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Make a 3D Printed Mask: 30 Coolest Cosplay Masks to 3D Print

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Raise your cosplay game from "meh" to "yeah" with a 3D printed mask for extra authenticity. Here are 30 cool cosplay masks to 3D print.

Next to a sewing machine and a vivid imagination, perhaps the most important tool in the cosplay armoury is a 3D printer.

One thing they’re especially useful for is cosplay masks. With a 3D printed mask, you can do anything; take on a new identity, scare your friends, be the winner of the next costume contest, or simply ride that break out in a stylish way.

Regardless, masks are just plain fun!

An internet sensation for mask creation is Uncle Jessy. He has made videos that explain the art of making high quality masks of your favorite super heroes. Check out his YouTube channel for the best instructional videos

In the meantime, here is a list of the best masks to 3D print we could find on Thingiverse, MyMiniFactory, and more besides. Keep scrolling for inspirational ideas from Star Wars, Batman, Marvel, Videogame Characters, and Anime.

General Cosplay

3D Printed Mask #1: Rick Sanchez from Rick and Morty rick and morty mask

What is it? Rick and Morty is one of the most popular shows on Adult Swim. Now you can bring Rick Sanchez to life! Get “schwifty” with this detailed print. Details on assembly and colors used are included.

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Who designed it? Designed by easilyused.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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3D Printed Mask #2: Daft Punk Thomas Wearable Helmet daft punk helmet

What is it? Get ready to print… One more time! This is a stunning replica of the Daft Punk helmet worn by Thomas Bangalter. It even features scrolling LED display, just like the original.

Who designed it? Designed by bendiger.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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3D Printed Mask #3: Blinking Goggles blinking goggle

What is it? These aren’t associated with any specific character, but that just makes them all the more valuable. You can design them to fit any costume! A thin fishing line is used to create the blink, which you can see in action here.

Who designed it? Designed by LoboCNC.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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3D Printed Mask #4: Jack Skellington jack skellington

What is it? Now here’s a cosplay mask you can wear for both the Halloween and the Christmas seasons. Talk about efficiency! It’s a replica of Jack Skellington head from Tim Burton’s classic stop-motion animation, The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Who designed it? Designed by Christopher Bermant.

Where to find it? Find it on myminifactory.

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3D Printed Mask #5: Mr. Potato Head mr potato head toy story

What is it? The legend of Mr. Potato Head is eternal, whether as a toy from the 1950s or as a glitzy extended cameo from the Toy Story trilogy of films. But here’s a fresh twist, where you can wear him as a mask and configure the face yourself. Maybe even play a new, ker-razy version of pin the tail on the donkey?

Who designed it? Designed by tom7.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse. Find a set of printable features here.

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3D Printed Mask #6: The Mask 3D printed mask

What is it? Diving deep into pop culture obscurity, this is the Mask of Loki, the key prop worn by Jim Carrey in the 1994 action comedy The Mask. It may well transform you into a grinning, gurning, mischievous loon, so approach with extreme caution.

Who designed it? Designed by Perry Engel.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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3D Printed Mask #7: Hellboy hellboy mask

What is it? Let’s face facts, when you’re going to roll up your sleeves and jump head-first into the cosplay game, you simply can’t do things by halves. You’ve got to dress up as a cigar-chompin’ half-demon half-human with broken horns.

Who designed it? Designed by Recreus.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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3D Printed Mask #8: Jason Voorhees jason

What is it? This is a replica of the hockey mask worn by supernatural serial killer Jason Voorhees in the Friday the 13th movie franchise. Legend has it he used this mask to hide his deformities. Wearing it will certainly terrify your nearest and dearest.

Who designed it? Designed by alan stanford.

Where to find it? Find it on myminifactory.

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3D Printed Mask #9: Plague Mask plague mask

What is it? This bird mask is a historical curiosity, an object that has become synonymous with the Black Death that swept through Europe in the Middle Ages. Physicians would put dried flowers and herbs in the beak, hoping to counteract the (then thought) air-borne disease they were treating.

Who designed it? Designed by cpllaz.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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3D Printed Mask #10: Guy Fawkes

What is it? Remember, remember, the 5th of November. This mask is a replica of the one featured in the graphic novel and movie V for Vendetta, which itself was created in memory of Guy Fawkes, an unfortunate conspirator of the Gunpowder Plot.

Who designed it? Designed by abrokadabra.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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Star Wars Franchise

3D Printed Mask #11: Stormtrooper Helmet

What is it? Troopers of the Storm was never actually a song by The Doors… but it’s not too late. Locate a Doors tribute band and dress them up in an authentic Stormtrooper costume, complete with a 3D printed mask. Watch them perform and hey presto, lifetime achievement unlocked.

Who designed it? Designed by Geoffro.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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3D Printed Mask #12: C3PO c3po mask

What is it? Cosplay as a cowardly protocol droid with this wearable C3PO head piece. And just remember; you have to let the wookiee win. Always let the wookiee win.

Who designed it? Designed by Geoffro.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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3D Printed Mask #13: Kylo Ren

What is it? This is the Kylo Ren helmet from the 2015 film Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens. Spoiler alert for a two year old film; he was Leia and Hans Solo’s son, apprentice to Luke Skywalker, and he had the light of the force coming in from all angles. And still got pulled to the dark side. Hmmph.

Who designed it? Designed by Jtm. Printed by JimmyTime.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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3D Printed Mask #14: Sith Acolyte star wars sith acolyte

What is it? Diving deeper into the craggy lore of the Star Wars universe, you too can become an apprentice of the dark side. Simply 3D print this Sith Acolyte mask, and proceed to crush your enemies under your boot. Or refuse to clean your room. Whatever floats your Star Destroyer.

Who designed it? Designed by Peter Snyder.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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DC Comics - Batman

3D Printed Mask #15: Batman Cowl batman cowl

What is it? Ah yes, the Dark Knight Detective. Where would we be without the classic Batman cowl? This model prints in four pieces, and is accompanied with a badass video tutorial from Uncle Jessy.

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Who designed it? Designed by Carmelo Nazario. Printed by Uncle Jessy.

Where to find it? Find it on myminifactory.

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3D Printed Mask #16: Scarecrow batman scarecrow

What is it? One of the most frightening villains in Gotham City would be Dr. Jonathan Crane, a.k.a. Scarecrow. In a previous life he was a professor of psychology, before he went absolute bat-poop crazy and began using fear-inducing chemical agents in his crime-sprees.

Who designed it? Designed by Stefanos Anagnostopoulos.

Where to find it? Find it on myminifactory.

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3D Printed Mask #17: The Joker

What is it? Here we have a 3D printed mask of the most popular Batman villain. The Joker often uses tricks and riddles in his psychotic escapades. This one is based off a storyline from the comics where the Joker had cut off his face and then pinned it back on with a staple gun. It may take a bit of work to paint, but the effect is worth the effort.

Who designed it? Designed by Stefanos Anagnostopoulos. The print shown here is from Christoph Kramm.

Where to find it? Find it on myminifactory.

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3D Printed Mask #18: Bane batman bane mask

What is it? This is the man called Bane — “The Man Who Broke the Bat” — who pairs exceptional strength and cunning tactical intellect. This print is specifically based on the 2012 film, The Dark Knight Rises. We’re presuming it will render your voice completely unintelligible, just like the original mask.

Who designed it? Designed by OpenSourceClassroom.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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Marvel

3D Printed Mask #19: Ant-Man Helmet ant man helmet

What is it? This a replica of the Ant-Man helmet from the 2015 Marvel film. No shield, no armor, no problem; all you need is this helmet. Communicating with the insect kingdom is not a certainly, however. And nor is shrinking yourself down to fit into those skinny jeans.

Who designed it? Designed by Stefanos Anagnostopoulos. The helmet shown here is from zac shing

Where to find it? Find it on myminifactory.

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3D Printed Mask #20: The Wasp 3d printed mask

What is it? Talk about being ahead of the curve. The unsual thing about this design is that it’s a prop from a film that hasn’t even been released yet; Ant-Man and The Wasp (coming to a multiplex near you in Summer 2018).

Who designed it? Designed by Adafruit.

Where to find it? Find it on Pinshape.

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3D Printed Mask #21: Star-Lord guardians of the galaxy starlord

What is it? It’s a totally awesome and amazing Star-Lord helmet from the Guardians of the Galaxy. Accessorise with a vintage mix-tape of soul and disco tunes. And a talking psychopathic raccoon. And a sentient tree. Party time!

Who designed it? Designed by EDV.

Where to find it? Find it on myminifactory.

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3D Printed Mask #22: Ultron ultron

What is it? You and whose drone army? This intimidating lump of faux-metal is Ultron, the cybernetic supervillain from the 2015 film Avengers: Age of Ultron. Complete with glowing LEDs in the eye-sockets. And a problematic attitude towards carbon-based life-forms.

Who designed it? Designed by Stefanos Anagnostopoulos.

Where to find it? Find it on myminifactory.

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3D Printed Mask #23: Doctor Doom

What is it? Victor von Doom, aka Doctor Doom, is the iconic supervillain who regularly bedevils the Fantastic Four and pretty much everyone else in the Marvel Universe. Just add a velvet hood and a booming, maniacal cackle to complete the look.

Who designed it? Designed by 4MULE8.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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Mad Max

3D Printed Mask #24: Max Mad max mask

What is it? Have you seen Mad Max: Fury Road? Of course you have. Then you’ll remember how Max spent the first half hour of the film with a gardening trowel chained to his face. You don’t have to raid the garden shed to recreate the same, simply 3D print this replica instead.

Who designed it? Designed by 3DCentralVA.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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3D Printed Mask #25: Immortan Joe immortal joe

What is it? This ugly sucker is Immortan Joe, also from Mad Max: Fury Road. You’ll need to add a shock of white hair to complete the look, but thankfully the mask saves you from having to source a set of horse teeth like the original.

Who designed it? Designed by Frederico David Sena.

Where to find it? Find it on myminifactory.

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Videogame Characters

3D Printed Mask #26: Corvo

What is it? Flitting through the shadows, here comes Corvo’s mask from the Dishonored videogame. This print is combined with extra, non-3D printed bits and gadgets to achieve absolute authenticity.

Who designed it? Designed by Intentional3D.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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3D Printed Mask #27: T-45d Power Helmet t45-d power helmet

What is it? If you’re a fan of the Fallout series of post-apocalyptic role-playing games, then this helmet from the T45-d Power Armour suit should be instantly recognizable. Accessorise with a 3D printed Pip-Boy for true geek fidelity.

Who designed it? Designed by Daniel Lilygreen.

Where to find it? Find it on myminifactory.

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3D Printed Mask #28: Scorpion scorpion mask

What is it? It’s a replica of Hanzo Hasashi, otherwise known as Scorpion from Mortal Kombat. Finish him! With a glass of chianti and some fava beans, perhaps? No, wait, we’re getting our crazed killers mixed up. As you were.

Who designed it? Designed by Geoffro.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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Anime

3D Printed Mask #29: Ichigo bleach mask

What is it? This is a recreation of Ichigo’s Hollow Mask from the popular anime series Bleach. You can elevate your powers too — all you have to do is put it on.

Who designed it? Designed by Baddog01.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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3D Printed Mask #30: Kaonashi (No-Face) no face spirited away

What is it? In tribute to the classic animated film Spirited Away, here we have a 3D printed face that gives you, uh, No-Face. We’d rather see a 3D printed mask from Porco Rosso or Lupin, but this still works as a tribute to classic Miyazaki so we’ll take what we can get.

Who designed it? Designed by Ferux95.

Where to find it? Find it on Thingiverse.

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