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This paper documents the process undertaken in researching the viability of the creation of three-dimensional (3D) printed props in lieu of handmade props, more specifically a handmade Italian Commedia dell'Arte mask for the character of Scaramuccia (Scaramouche). With the guidance from resident prop master, Lynn Burton, I was able to create two handmade papier mâché masks through the process of casting a negative of a plasticine mask and then papier mâchéing both that negative cast and the plasticine mask. Through the use of a NextEngine 3D Laser Scanner, a plethora of online resources, and trial and error work with a number of 3D software editing products (NextEngine ScanStudio, MeshLab, Autodesk Meshmixer, netfabb Basic, Autodesk Memento, 3D Studio Max Design, and MakePrintable.com), I have been able to create a 3D model of this mask, which I then attempted to print using the FlashForge Creator Pro 3D printer.