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Fun Face Masks for 3D Printing | Assembly

cm: 17.8 w x 12.5 d x 14.2 h
in: 7.008 w x 4.921 d x 5.591 h

Source Files




Printing Details

The 3D Models consist of files in StereoLithography (.stl) format that is optimized for 3D printing and upon request can be additionally provided in Maya Binary scene (.mb) files that can be opened by AutoDesk Maya software.

Before printing the files, we strongly recommend reading the PRINTING DETAILS section.

Each 3D Printing Face Mask comes in a separate version for FFF/FDM 3D printer type. STL files for each 3D printing mask are available for download below. You can request .mb files of each mask by writing at 

Detailed information about the 3D printing models is available in the DESCRIPTION section.

File Name File Size Time / Filament Object Size
(x/y/z mm)
1_Doom_Mask_FDM (repaired ).stl
53.23 MiB 29 h 43 min 18 m 164 x 108 x 107 Download
2_grid_front_FDM (repaire d).stl
0.81 MiB 27 min <1 m 39 x 31 x 2 Download
3_grid_back_FDM (repaired ).stl
1.46 MiB 43 min <1 m 43 x 35 x 7 Download


In the time when the ongoing global pandemic is rapidly affecting all aspects of everyday life, it is of vital importance to stay socially responsible and preserve positive mindset for the sake of yourself and your dear ones. 3D printing community representatives from all across the globe have been demonstrating great initiatives to make a difference in the current situation. On our part, Gambody team wants to support and cheer up all 3D printing fans who are self-isolating at home, offering a fun way to entertain yourself and the ones you are is quarantining with. Fun face masks inspired by iconic fictional characters notable for their appearance may become an amusing pastime during social-distancing. You might have been puzzling over the theme Birthday party to throw in quarantine conditions with your folks or there might be an online video chat planned with your friends - the one-of-a-kind fun masks may, in fact, do their job in maintaining a good mood throughout the yet another day of quarantine. What is more, working on such a 3D printing project with your child will most likely result in an excellent quality time spend together. It is simply impossible to get bored while creating a life-size mask of a favourite video game hero! Last but not least, it is never to early to start your preparation for the next theme festival or even Comic-Con. The fun masks for 3D printing were prepared for all fans of our marketplace, all geeks, comic books enthusiasts and members of 3D printing community in order to show our support and to make sure all of you remember that you are never alone. Stay in the safety of your home, 3D print the mask of your beloved character and don’t let any blues into your quarantine!

DISCLAIMER: Please be aware that these 3D printing masks are non-medical, they have not been tested by medical professionals or verified by the appropriate regulatory. The design of these 3D printing masks is not intended to replace standard personal protective equipment as N-95 or surgical masks etc. but may become a basis for alternative protection in case of a nationwide shortage of PPE or if the conventional equipment becomes unavailable only if the maker is competent to undertake any modifications of this kind. These 3D printing masks are not meant to be worn as a protection during the pandemic but can be used as personal basic PPE by healthy people who are practising good social distancing and self-isolation in order to cheer up the household one is quarantining with. We strongly urge 3D printing enthusiasts not to use non-verified 3D printed masks as PPE in medical facilities and in crowded venues. 


Format. The masks are saved in STL files, a format supported by most 3D printers and in .mb format that one can open in AutoDesk Maya to modify the design (the latter are provided upon request being too large to come with STL files). 

Material. You can print the masks using your regular PLA or PETG 3D printing filament or go for any flexible material of your choice to make the mask more comfortable to wear. We highly recommend that you avoid any toxic materials or filaments of questionable quality while printing your face mask. 

Size and Adjustment. Each mask comes in 1:1 scale to fit an average adult face. Should you feel the need to adjust the shape of the mask to fit your face more snugly you can do it by applying high temperature and force (the masks are made 2-5mm thick to allow that), or contact us at, indicating what particular areas feel wrong and our team will make the adjustments for you within the STL file. As mentioned above, there are also files in .mb format for you to modify the mask as you wish yourself that you can request by writing at

Ventilation and Hygiene. In order for one to freely breathe while wearing the mask, there were vent openings provided which have hollow areas meant for filters to make sure the air you are breathing is clean. Make sure you follow the personal hygiene rules while wearing the face mask!

N.B. If you choose to modify the design of any of these 3D printing face masks in order to use it as an alternative to the regular PPE, please, make sure you take into consideration the importance of the step-by-step processing of the 3D printed mask

It is recommended to thoroughly (1) sand the surface of the mask under the tap water with progressively finer grits all the way to a smooth finish. (2) Add filler (spray or paste) all over the mask’s surface to make sure you fill all fine gaps between the layers. (3) Sand the mask again, this time without any water. (4) Cover the surface of the mask with thick coats of clear lacquer. (5) Use any rubber material (e.g. rubber window padding tape) to apply the rubber seal around the edge of the mask. Make sure you use non-toxic silicone or glue. (6) Seal the area around filters with re-usable o-rings, funky foam etc.


IMMORTAN JOE MASK 1.0 version features:
- Contains 3 parts;
- A printed mask is 142 mm tall, 178 mm wide, 125 mm deep;
- Made to resemble character's trademark skeletal jaw with horse teeth and various metal areas;
- Appears as if the hoses were removed and now the mask only has the respirator screws on either side of the teeth;

DOOM MASK 1.0 version features:
- Contains 3 parts;
- A printed model is 115 mm tall, 164 mm wide, 122 mm deep;
- The helmet of Doom Slayer's 2016 Praetor Suit was used as a basis for the mask; 

SUB-ZERO MASK 1.0 version features:
- Contains 3 parts;
- A printed model is 129 mm tall, 149 mm wide, 118  mm deep;
- Made to resemble the character's iconic uniform mask inspired by his 2011 Mortal Kombat appearance; 

THE WASP MASK 1.0 version features:
- Contains 3 parts;
- A printed model is 115 mm tall, 159 mm wide, 154 mm deep;
- Made to resemble the bottom half of Wasp's oblong helmet inspired by 2018 Marvel Comics movie.

BANE MASK 1.0 version features:
- Contains 4 parts;
- A printed model is 129 mm tall, 155 mm wide, 148 mm deep;
- Made to resemble the character's iconic mask inspired by Tom Hardy's performance in “The Dark Knight Rises”.

DARTH VADER MASK 1.0 version features:
- Contains 3 parts;
- A printed model is 134 mm tall, 158 mm wide, 144 mm deep;
- Made to resemble the bottom half of the signature helmet of Darth Vader.

All Fun Face Masks for 3D Printing are Open Source Designs. You just need to add the item to your shopping cart and follow the free of the charge purchase procedure. Immediately after completing it, you can get the model of 3D Printing Fun Face Masks in the "Source files" tab! Just choose the version you prefer in the combo box. You can download all the STL files in a single action, or you can download each file separately. You can request .mb files of each mask by writing at 

Watch the tutorial on how to assemble 3D Printing Fun Face Masks at Gambody YouTube channel.


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Below you can find printing recommendations for CuraSimplify3D and Slic3r software.

Cura printing recommendations:

These are basic settings that were tested in Cura 4.8.0 slicer. 

The test models were printed on Ultimaker 2, Creality Ender 3, Creality CR-10S Pro V2, Anycubic I3 Mega, Anycubic I3 MegaS 3D printers with PLA and PETG filaments.

Disclaimer: The following printing settings are a recommendation, not an obligation. The parameters can vary depending on the peculiarities of your 3D printer, the material you use and especially the particular assembly part at hand. Each part that any model comprises often needs preliminary review and you are free to tweak the settings the way you find suitable.

- You can scale up the model (downscaling is not recommended!);
- All connectors should be printed at 100% Infill;
- For all parts of locks (“ge_lock” in “Source files”) you need to change "Brim" type to "Skirt" in Build Plate Adhesion section.

Layer Height: 0.12 mm (you can also set Layer Height at 0.16 or 0.2mm for 0.4mm nozzles)
Initial Layer Height: 0.2 mm (carefully level the print bed and keep your Initial Layer Height the same as the main Layer Height)

Line Width: 0.4 mm
Wall Line Width: 0.4 mm
Outer Wall Line Width: 0.4 mm
Inner Wall(s) Line Width: 0.4 mm
Top/Bottom Line Width: 0.4 mm
Infill Line Width: 0.4 mm
Skirt/Brim Line Width: 0.4 mm
Support Line Width: 0.4 mm

Initial Layer Line Width: 100%

Wall Thickness: 0.8 mm
Wall Line Count: 2

Outer Wall Wipe Distance: 0.3 mm
Top Surface Skin Layers: 0

Top/Bottom Thickness: 0.6 mm
Top Thickness: 0.6 mm
Top Layers: 5
Bottom Thickness: 0.6 mm
Bottom Layers: 5
Initial Bottom Layers: 5

Top/Bottom Pattern: Lines
Bottom Pattern Initial Layer: Lines
Top/Bottom Line Directions: [ ]
Outer Wall Inset: 0 mm
Optimize Wall Printing Order: Check

Compensate Wall Overlaps: Check
Compensate Inner Wall Overlaps: Check

Minimum Wall Flow: 0%
Fill Gaps Between Walls: Everywhere
Filter Out Tiny Gaps: Check
Horizontal Expansion: 0 mm
Initial Layer Horizontal Expansion: 0 mm
Hole horizontal expansion: 0

Z Seam Alignment: User Specified
Z Seam Position: Back
Z Seam X: Average length of your printer’s plate (e.g.”150” if your plate is 300mm on the X-axis)
Z Seam Y: A value higher than the length of your plate on the Y-axis (e.g. 700)

Seam Corner Preference: Hide Seam
Extra Skin Wall Count: 1
Skin Overlap Percentage: 10%
Skin Overlap 0.04 mm

Infill Density: 20% (for all smaller parts and for all parts of connectors use 100% Infill)
Infill Pattern: Triangles
Connect Infill Lines: Check
Infill Line Directions: [ ]
Infill X Offset: 0 mm
Infill Y Offset: 0 mm
Infill Line Multiplier: 1
Extra Infill Wall Count: 0

Infill Overlap Percentage: 10-20%
Infill Overlap: 0.04 mm

Skin Overlap Percentage: 5%
Skin Overlap: 0.02 mm

Infill Wipe Distance: 0 mm
Infill Layer Thickness: 0.24 mm
Gradual Infill Steps: 0
Infill Before Walls: Check
Minimum Infill Area: 0 mm2

Skin Removal Width: 0.8 mm
Top Skin Removal Width: 0.8 mm
Bottom Skin Removal Width: 0.8 mm

Skin Expand Distance: 0.8
Top Skin Expand Distance: 0.8
Bottom Skin Expand Distance: 0.8

Maximum Skin Angle for Expansion: 90˚
Minimum Skin Width for Expansion: 0.0
Skin Edge Support Thickness: 0
Skin Edge Support Layers: 0

Initial Layer Flow: 100%
Printing Temperature: See your filament settings
Initial Printing Temperature: Your filament settings
Final Printing Temperature: Your filament settings
Build Plate Temperature: Your filament settings
Build Plate Temperature Initial Layer: Your filament settings + 5°
Flow: 100% (Important! If you face difficulty printing the model, you may need to adjust the Flow parameter. You may research the topic using the Internet or seek assistance at our Customer Support Team at


You can increase the printing Speed by 20% when you print simple objects. For small/thin parts you need to decrease the Speed by 25% - 50%.

Print Speed: 50 mm/s
    Infill Speed: 50 mm/s
    Wall Speed: 25 mm/s
          Outer Wall Speed:25 mm/s
          Inner Wall Speed: 50 mm/s

Top/Bottom Speed: 25mm/s
Support Speed: 25 mm/s 
          Support Infill Speed: 45 mm/s
          Support Interface Speed: 25 mm/s
                Support Roof Speed: 25 mm/s
                Support Floor Speed: 25 mm/s

Travel Speed: 80 mm/s
Initial Layer Speed: 80 mm/s
Initial Layer Print Speed: 20 mm/s
Initial Layer Travel Speed: 80 mm/s

Skirt/Brim Speed: 20 mm/s
Z  Hop Speed: 5 mm/s
Number of Slower Layers: 2
Enable Acceleration Control: Check

When printing simple objects, you need to set all Acceleration parameters at 500 mm/s. For small/thin parts you need to decrease the Acceleration by 50% - 70%.

Enable Retraction: Check
Retraction Distance: 4-8 mm, 1-3 mm for Direct Extruder (This is the most important retraction parameter. You can find your optimal value of Retraction Distance by printing any test object, e.g. bridges, towers etc.)

Retraction Speed: 25mm/s
Retraction Retract Speed: 25 mm/s
Retraction Prime Speed: 25 mm/s

Retraction Extra Prime Amount: 0 mm3 
Retraction Minimum Travel: 1.5 mm
Maximum Retraction Count: 100
Minimum Extrusion Distance Window: 6,5 - 10 mm
Limit Support Retractions: Check
Combing Mode: All
Max Comb Distance With No Retract: 30 mm
Retract Before Outer Wall: Check
Avoid Printed Parts When Travelling: Check
Avoid Supports When Travelling: Check
Travel Avoid Distance: 1 mm
Layer Start X: 0.0 mm
Layer Start Y: 0.0 mm
Z Hop When Retracted: Check
Z Hop Height: 0,3 mm

Enable Print Cooling: Check
Fan Speed: 100%
Regular Fan Speed: 100%
Maximum Fan Speed: 100% 

Regular/Maximum Fan Speed Threshold: 10 s
Initial Fan Speed: 0%
Regular Fan Speed at Height: 0.36 mm
Regular Fan Speed at Layer: 3 

Minimum Layer Time: 10 s
Minimum Speed: 10 mm/s

Generate Support: Check
Support Structure: Normal (you can try using Tree Support Structure if you have difficulty printing any particular assembly part)
Support Placement: Everywhere 
Support Overhang Angle: 60° (this parameter can range from 30° to 70° depending on the part at hand)
Support Pattern: Zig Zag
Support Wall Line Count: 1 (stronger support that might be more difficult to remove) 0 (less strong support but is easier to remove)

Support Density: 15%
Support Line Distance: 2.6667 mm
Initial layer support line distance: 2.667 mm

Support Z Distance: 0.12 mm
Support Top Distance: 0.12 mm
Support Bottom Distance: 0.12 mm

Support X/Y Distance: 0.8-1 mm
Support Distance Priority: Z overrides X/Y
Support Stair Step Height: 0.3 mm
Support Stair Step Maximum Width: 5.0 mm
Support Stair Step Minimum Slope Angle: 10°
Support Join Distance: 2.0 mm
Support Horizontal Expansion: 0.2 mm
Support Infill Layer Thickness: 0.2 mm
Gradual Support Infill Steps: 0
Minimum Support Area: 2 mm

Enable Support Interface: Check (generates additional “pillow” on the support structure that leads to a more even surface, but can be difficult to remove in hard-to-reach areas)
Enable Support Roof: Check
Enable Support Floor: Check

Support Interface Thickness: 0.8 mm
Support Roof Thickness: 0.8 mm
Support Floor Thickness: 0.8 mm

Support Interface Resolution 0.2 mm
Support Interface Density: 50-100%
        Support Roof Density: 50-100%
Support Roof Line Distance: 0.8 mm
        Support Floor Density: 50-100%
Support Floor line Distance:  0.4mm

Support Interface Pattern: Grid 
Support Roof Pattern: Grid (this parameter should differ from Bottom Pattern Initial Layer in “Shell” section)
Support Floor Pattern: Grid

Minimum Support Interface Area: 10mm
Minimum Support Roof Area: 10 mm
Minimum Support Floor Area: 10 mm

Support Interface Horizontal Expansion: 0.0 mm
Support Roof Horizontal Expansion: 0.0 mm
Support Floor Horizontal Expansion: 0.0 mm

Fan Speed Override: Check
Supported Skin Fan Speed: 100%
Use Towers: Check
Tower Diameter: 4 mm
Minimum Diameter: 3.0 mm
Tower Roof Angle: 65° 

Build Plate Adhesion 
Build Plate Adhesion Type: Skirt/Brim (For unsteady parts, and those parts that may come unstuck use “Brim”. For bigger assembly parts that have large adhesion area and for all parts of locks and claws that you want to come out clean use "Skirt")
Skirt/Brim Minimum Length: 250 mm
Brim Width: 8.0 mm
       Brim Line Count: 10
Brim Only on Outside: Check

Mesh Fixes 
Union Overlapping Volumes: Check
Merged Meshes Overlap: 0.15 mm

Special Modes
Print Sequence: All at Once
Surface Mode: Normal

Slicing Tolerance: Middle
Maximum Resolution: 0.01 mm
Flow rate compensation max extrusion offset: 0 mm
Flow rate compensation factor: 100%

Simplify3D printing recommendations:

This model was tested with PLA material.

To avoid printing problems, we recommend the following settings:

Nozzle Diameter: 0.4 mm
Extrusion Multiplier: 0.97
Extrusion Width: Auto

Retraction Distance: 5.00 mm
Extra Restart Distance: 0.00 mm
Retraction Vertical Lift: 0.08 mm
Retraction Speed: 5400.0 mm/min

Wipe Distance: 5.00 mm

Primary Layer Height: 0.2 mm
Top Solid Layers: 8
Bottom Solid Layers: 5
Outline/Perimeter Shells: 2
Outline Direction: Inside-Out

First Layer Height: 90%
First Layer Width: 100%
First Layer Speed: 20%

Use Skirt/Brim: Check
Skirt Layers: 1
Skirt Offset from Part: 6.00 mm
Skirt Outlines: 5

Internal Fill Pattern: Fast Honeycomb
External Fill Patern: Rectilinear
Interior Fill Percentage: 10%
Outline Overlap: 22%
Infill Extrusion Width: 100%
Minimum Infill Length: 5.00 mm
Combine Infill Every: 1 layers

External Infill Angle Offsets: 45/-45 deg

Generate Support Material: Check
Support Infill Percentage: 15%
Extra Inflation Distance: 1.00 mm
Support Base Layers: 0
Combine Support Every: 1 layers

Dense Support Layers: 0
Dense Infill Percentage: 70%

Support Type: Normal
Support Pillar Resolution: 5.00 mm
Max Overhang Angle: 60 deg

Horizontal Offset From Part: 0.50 mm
Upper Vertical Separation Layers: 1
Lower Vertical Separation Layers: 1

Support Infill Angles: 45 deg

Extruder 1 Temperature: 210
Heated Bed: 60

Increase fan speed for layers below: 45.0 sec
  Maximum Cooling fan speed: 50%
Bridging fan speed override: 100%

Default Printing Speed: 4800.0 mm/min
Outline Underspeed: 50%
Solid Infill Underspeed: 80%
Support Structure Underspeed: 80%
X/Y Axis Movement Speed: 10800.0 mm/min
Z Axis Movemen Speed: 1002.0 mm/min

Adjust printing speed for layers below: 15.0 sec 
  Allow speed reduction down to: 20%

Unsupported area threshold: 20.0 sq m

Slic3r printing recommendations:

Layer height
  Layer height: 0.1 mm
  First layer height: 90%
Vertical shells
  Perimeters: 2
Horizontal shells
  Soid layers: 
              Top: 8
              Bottom: 5
  Detect thin walls: Check
  Detect bridging perimeters: Check
  Seam position: Random
  Fill desity: 20%
  Fill pattern: Honeycomb
  Top/bottom fill pattern: Rectilinear
Reducing printing time
  Combine infill every: 1 layers
  Solid infill every: 0 layers
  Fill angle: 25 deg
  Solid infill threshold area: 0mm
  Loops: 2
  Distance from object: 6 mm
  Skirt height: 1 layers
  Minimum extrusion length: 4 mm
  Brim width: 10 mm
Support material
  Generate support material: Check
  Overhang threshold: 45 deg
  Enforce support for the first: 3 layers
  Raft layers: 0 layers
Options for support material and raft
  Contact Z distance: 0.1 mm
  Pattern: Rectilinear
  Patter spacing: 2 mm
  Pattern angle: 0 deg
  Interface layers: 2 layers
  Interface pattern spacing: 0.2 mm
Speed for print moves
  Perimeters: 60 mm/s
  Small perimeters: 20 mm/s
  External perimeters: 20 mm/s
  Infill: 60 mm/s
  Solid infill: 60 mm/s
  Top solid infill: 30 mm/s
  Support material: 50 mm/s
  Support material interface: 100%
  Bridges: 30 mm/s
  Gap fill: 50 mm/s
Speed for non-print moves
  Travel: 60 mm/s
  First layer speed: 30 mm/s
Acceleration control
  Perimeters: 800 mm/s
  Infill: 1500 mm/s
  Bridge: 1000 mm/s
  First layer: 1000 mm/s
  Default: 1000 mm/s
  Max print speed: 100 mm/s
  Max volumetrix speed: 0 mm/s
Extrusion width
  Default extrusion width: 0.42 mm
  First layer: 0.42 mm
  Perimeters: 0.42 mm
  External perimeters: 0.42 mm
  Infill: 0.42 mm
  Solid infill: 0.42 mm
  Top solid infill: 0.42 mm
  Support material: 0.42 mm
  Infill/Perimeters overlap: 20%
  Bridge flow ratio: 0.95
  XY Size Compensation: 0 mm
  Threds: 8
  Resolution: 0 mm


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