Thursday, November 24, 2016

Full Scale Helmet of Death Trooper (Rogue One) #3DPrinting

from Full Scale Helmet of Death Trooper (Rogue One) #3DPrinting
by Noe Ruiz

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Geoff.W /Hex3D shared on Thingiverse:

Death Trooper Full Scale Helmet (Rogue One)

I figured this time I will be more liberal with supports (on the inside of parts..) and make less pieces to print. The thickness was increased on the bases to give them more stick so really no rafts should be needed if you are printing in PLA.

Seams are in easy to sand areas, either a large round area or flat. As usual I split the dome into 4 pieces as it seems to just work well that way.

Thanks to Impaczus for a very early on low poly model (shown in pics along side the his res conversion) It saved a heap of time in getting a base mesh right.


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