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Custom Blythe Dolls with 3D Printer

Posted: 2020-06-28 2:52
by AnetLau
* Share by maker, and Anet A8 user, Tomas Aceytuno.

Since recently my wife has started with her new passion - customize Blythe dolls and make her clothes. Little by little she needs spare parts and some elements that could be printed with our Anet A8.

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custom Blythe dolls furnitures

Some models needed more definition in their details, specifically in their ornaments, for that reason, I imported the .stl models into 3Dcoat so I could easily work with them and split the pieces for 3D print.

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3D printed Blythe Dolls furniture
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3D printed Blythe Dolls furniture

Ultimate Cura admits high resolution meshes, avoiding me having to do a retopology on these models.

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imported .stl models into 3Dcoat and split the pieces for 3D print

Once all the pieces were printed and sanded, I prepared some “Abs glue” to assemble the furniture.

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sand 3D prints

With the dry glue, A paper printed on a wooden board, some photographs on the Photo Frames and some cushions we complete the scenario.

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3d printed cushions and scenario deco.

For a new scenario we have designed and installed a neck joint ball to allows the doll, "Ines" to rotate her head. (Her current body didn’t allow it).

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Custom Blythe dolls
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custom Blythe dolls

With the printer we have been able to make many spare elements, such as T-bar, a neck joint ball, doll supports, dummys for clothes, hangers, elements for shoes, small buttons for clothes, earrings, etc ...

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custom 3d printed T-bar, dummys for clothes, etc.

You could get customize Blythe dolls, clothes, and other decro elements from the Etsy store of Tomas and his wife.

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Customize Blythe dolls with Anet A8 3D printer