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Warmachine Armor (Pepakura to 3d Printing)
by Raizer04, published
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Ever want to make your own Iron-Man/WarMachine Suit? am making an entire War-Machine Suit. Here is the Faceplate. More to come!
Print in PLA, Layer/Thickness: 0.5, no raft, ABS support.
Print 2 halves, join with ABS cement, lightly clean up the print with some sanding, put a few layers of sandable primer spray, sand, light layer of bondo, sand, paint and BEHOLD! (coat the entire inner portion of the faceplate with abs, this fuses the plastic)
Main Helmet Instructions:
Print Front/Back helmet portions, join with ABS cement, lightly clean up print with some sanding, put a few layers of sandable primer spray, sand, apply light layer of bondo, sand, paint, and BEHOLD. (Hint, use a dab of hotglue to hold in place for abs fusing) (coat the entire inner portion of the faceplate with abs, this fuses the plastic)
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