Hey guys, just wanted to throw this out there and get feedback to see if this is feasible. I figured since the clown masks from the film were made with a 3d printer that the cowl (mask, helmet, whatever you'd like to call it) could be printed as well. Anyway, I'd say it would be 1/8" (3.175mm) at its thickest, and the 2mm tolerance should be fine for the thinner areas. My head measures (as if in a cube like the 3d model would be) approximately 9.25"x7.5"x9.5" (23.495cm x 19.05cm x 24.13cm), so obviously the cream robust would be the material to use, yet I would think some flexibility is required and that the WS&F would be best, yet this seems a bit tight. Then again, the 3d model would be able to be angled within the cube volume, so I may have the benefit of the diagonal to gain more space. The mask would be hollowed out of course, but I worry slightly about any part being manifold, but that may not be an issue. So here I am now, asking you guys if this is doable and opinions on the matter. I will be working on the 3d model within the next couple of weeks, so at some point I'll post it/images if this can work. Here are some reference shots of the cowl to help the mental imagery: Thanks in advance for your input guys!