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3D Printed Mickey Ears: 10 Great Models to 3D Print

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by Tobias Hullette
Feb 3, 2020
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After printing a seemingly endless number of modifications for your 3D printer, why not have some fun with these 10 Mickey Mouse ear prints?

3D Printed Mickey Ears

It's Kind of Fun to Print the Impossible!

Mickey Mouse in a scene from Fantasia
Mickey Mouse in a scene from Fantasia (Source: Oh My Disney)

The Walt Disney Company may be defined as, “an American diversified multinational mass media and entertainment conglomerate,” but when most people think of Disney, they think of the lovable characters and unforgettable stories.

Everyone giggles as Dory repeats “Just keep swimming!”, until Marlin is nearly driven mad. Everybody lets out a sigh of relief when Remy is finally freed after a close call with a vengeful chef. And who could possibly forget about Mickey Mouse? Disney couldn’t ask for a better mascot.

If you’re a fan and love sporting Mickey’s ears on Disney trips, this article is for you. Let’s take a look at a few fun and fancy-free Mickey Mouse ear models that any Disney fan would surely love!

Note that some of the numbers provided in the following may have changed since the time of writing.

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3D Printed Mickey Ears

Star Wars

This pair of ears made it in time fore the opening of Galaxy's Edge
This pair of ears made it in time for the opening of Galaxy's Edge (Source: hackers via Thingiverse)

Star Wars is a much-loved media subsidiary of Disney. If you love Mickey Mouse as well as the exciting space opera that’s set in a galaxy far, far away, this is the pair of ears for you. However, this isn’t just one pair of ears. In fact, the designer has created a Mickey ears headband system to beat all others.

This design seems to be a collaboration between Thingiverse user hackers and Teresa at Simply Made Fun. By following the directions in her quick tutorial, you can use magnets to make it easy to manage the interchangeable ears. Enjoy a different pair of ears every day!

Who designed it? hackers

Who printed it? 749 Thingiverse users have downloaded these ears.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Monsters, Inc.

An eye for an ear?
An eye for an ear? (Source: ns_sanchez via Thingiverse)

Mike Wasowski is a lovable, green, spherical monster from Monsters, Inc. Like most Mickey ears, this model should be a very smooth print. Mike’s fingers are a bit thin, however. To make sure they print well, simply decrease the print speed.

For a complete pair of Monsters, Inc. ears, simply print the other available ear design from ns_sanchez: James P. “Sulley” Sullivan, pro scarer and Mike’s best friend.

Who designed it? ns_sanchez

Who printed it? All the Makes of this pair of ears have been appropriately printed in green and blue.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Single-Print

A newly printed headband ready to wear
A newly printed headband, ready to wear (Source: A_Str8 via Thingiverse)

If you need a last-minute pair of Mickey ears, this is the design to print. It’s quick and easy to print, and the finished part looks fantastic.

The designers suggest printing this model in PETG, which is a bit more flexible than PLA. Also, it was modeled for a child, so if you need it to fit an adult, simply scale up the X- and Y-axes to about 110%.

Who designed it? A_Str8

Who printed it? No one has yet posted a Make of this model, but the simple design is sure to work!

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Slide On, Slide Off

These ears don't need glue
These ears don't need glue (Source: Nickman via Thingiverse)

This next pair of ears requires no glue, Velcro, or magnets. Instead, the designer made these ears to simply slide on a standard headband. The ears depict hearts, stars, castles, and Mickey Mouses. They also capture the mood that every pair of Mickey ears should have.

Who designed it? Nickman

Who printed it? The designer printed this model in grey. It has had 599 downloads.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Frozen

Bring some cheer to your ear!
Bring some cheer to your ear! (Source: Amber Clarkson via MyMiniFactory)

Frozen is a relatively new Disney movie that has captured the hearts of countless watchers. The songs are amazing, and Olaf, the talking snowman, will make you laugh till your sides ache.

The ears depict two of the main characters, Elsa and Olaf. The two printed together would make a lovely Mickey-ear headband.

Who designed it? Amber Clarkson

Who printed it? These ears have had at least 40 downloads.

Where to find it? MyMiniFactory

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Yoda

This maker has an excellent Baby Yoda impersonation
This maker has an excellent Baby Yoda impersonation (Source: Steve Abrams via MyMiniFactory)

This pair of ears isn’t technically a pair of Mickey Mouse ears. However, they would be equally appropriate for a Disney trip.

Simply glue the ears onto a headband and “May the force be with you!” Any material would work for these ears. However, green is definitely the best color.

Who designed it? Steve Abrams

Who printed it? Several makers suggest printing the ears in a semi-flexible material. PLA tends to be brittle, but if that’s all you have on hand, your ears will still work well. This make has had 482 downloads.

Where to find it? MyMiniFactory

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Rebel/Empire

Which side will you choose?
Which side will you choose? (Source: Robert Julian Laun via MyMiniFactory)

Dark side? Light side? Maybe a bit of both? One MyMiniFactory designer has you covered with this special pair of Mickey ears. One ear shows your allegiance to the Rebel Alliance, while the other shows your support for the Galactic Empire!

Simply print two of one kind or one of each to add to your 3D printed headband. The designer includes a model for a 3D printable headband in the download.

Who designed it? Robert Julian Laun

Who printed it? The designer printed both ears in black. This make has had 68 downloads.

Where to find it? MyMiniFactory

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Earful Tower, Epcot, Tinkerbell, & Disney Castle

The Tinkerbell and Disney castle ears
The Tinkerbell and Disney castle ears (Source: Andrew Reynolds via MyMiniFactory)

This next set of Mickey ears actually includes four ears to print and mix and match for an even more awesome Disney headband. You can choose from an Earful Tower ear, an Epcot ear, a Tinkerbell ear, and a Disney Castle ear. A variety of colors would look quite magical.

Who designed it? Andrew Reynolds

Who printed it? One maker printed these Mickey ears and posted a picture of them in front of iconic Disney locations! Otherwise, the design has had 314 downloads.

Where to find it? MyMiniFactory

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Geodesic

Triangles, triangles, triangles
Triangles, triangles, triangles (Source: thinkdesignprintrepeat via Thingiverse)

This pair of mouse ears shows off a simple, attractive geometric pattern that would be perfect for any Disney trip. Simply grab a headband and a hot glue gun, attach the four-inch ears to the headband and you’re ready to go!

Who designed it? thinkdesignprintrepeat

Who printed it? The designer’s print of this model looks fabulous in white. Which color will you use? This make has had 553 downloads.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Disney Kingdom

Four pairs of whimsical Mickey ears
Four pairs of whimsical Mickey ears (Source: suicideking135 via Thingiverse)

This next pair of Mickey ears is composed of one Disney castle ear and another ear that depicts the iconic “love” sign in Philadelphia, PA. Any color works for these ears, and the ribbons and flowers that the designer added to the prints make them even more fun.

Who designed it? suicideking135

Who printed it? The designer suggests printing these ears at 115% scale. This has had 219 downloads.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

(Lead image source: Oh My Disney)

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