Why 3D printable models? Many people are switching from foam build (pepakura models) to 3D printed models because they are simply more durable and long-lasting. Our highly detailed models can be 3D printed into realistic wearable props! These 3D printed costumes can look very authentic and therefore impress everyone at a cosplay show (Comic con) or a Halloween party! To make the file compatible with many printers, we have converted our models into multiple formats such as obj and stl. We also have broken down the whole body armor (suit) into individual parts: helmet, neck guard, chest, back, shoulders, bicep, forearms, hand plates, fingers, abdominal, codpiece, thighs, shins, and boots.
3D Printing Tips The current model is created for a 6′ tall person but you can re-scale the model using any FREE 3D modeling applications such as meshmixer, cura or netfabb. These software help you repair and close small holes on the model and cut/slice the model into small pieces according to your printer’s build volume. You can find many free video tutorials on YouTube. Since every 3D printer and brand has different specs, you need to slice the big pieces according to your build volumes. According to our test, the total cost of material/plastic for the whole suit was $105.70 @ 2 mm wall thickness and $211.4 @ 4 mm wall thickness. (10.5kg used for 4 mm, 5.25 kg used for 2mm at $20.13/kg) We hope this information is useful to plan out your project. You will also receive a free comprehensive video tutorial showing how to print a full body armor using our files.
About Do3D We are a team of 3D modelers with 15 year experience. If you have any questions about our 3D models, email email@example.com. Thank you.