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Monster Cuffs

Author name: Desmond3443

Source site: thingiverse

License type: General Public License, others

Category: Fashion

Reference to source: Monster Cuffs

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 This is a spiky monster costume for the wrist to the elbow. If you're going to wear this you should tuck the sleeves into the cuff. If you plan on printing this I would suggest using dis-solvable supports. It also needs to be scaled up about 3 times to fit the average arm. Still Working on Printing it. It should probally be printed upright.

Printer Brand:

Printrbot

Printer:

Simple Black

Supports:

Yes

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