Do you need a conversation starter for New years eve? then this 3D printed bow tie is just for you! The bow tie pictured was printed using polyalchemy elixir which gives it a silky look.
You need to print the front and back pieces, and afterwards glue the two parts together, at last you thread a strap throug the clip on the back. You can use an elastic strap, for a snug fit.
The bow tie needs to be printed as light as possible, to make it comfortable and sit properly, this is why the back, have two holes cut in it. I printed it using 10% line infill, 2 walls, and 3 top layers. No supports were used, and printed slowly at 30 mm/s for great surfaces fininsh.
I have also included the full bow tie, so that can slice a it your own way. I would have like to print it vertical, but that would have required slicing it down through the middle, and leaving a line after gluing.