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Warmachine Armor (Pepakura to 3d Printing)

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Warmachine Armor (Pepakura to 3d Printing) by Raizer04 Jan 6, 2013
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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!

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Faceplate Instructions:
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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Hi, these are the only cut, and non corrupted warmachine helmet 3d files out there, do you know when you will be posting the bottom parts? Also what scale is good for an average adult?
Thank you very much

Anything for the mark 42

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Great work bro I look forward to seeing more of it :D

please do upload more

That is a very good tutorial! That would have saved me days of learning Maya/Blender.

You did not ask for permission to modify, edit, print and redistribute my file. You asked me for help with modifying some "war machine files" but never stated which ones OR that you were going to be sharing the files afterwards. I would have been fine with you working on this as a personal project had you asked to specifically use my files. You do not have my permission to share the file or any subsequent files produced from my original model. You do not have my permission to make profit from my file so do not attempt to sell casts of this.

My guess is that Bimmer did not license war machine from Disney and so has no rights to give or deny permission to profit on any casts Raizer may or may not make. That being said no one has a right to make a print of this because that would be a copy and would violate copyright.... Pretty self righteous for someone who violated copyright by making/distributing digital files of knock off Disney merchandise. That being said whoever created this is pretty talented.

If you didn't want other people using your 3D model, then why did you put in on the internet?

I did ask for help on this, you did not provide help so I went about on my own to figure out how to convert it (that was what i needed help with...not your file). I have no intention of making monetary gain on this, nor do I even know how to cast. I did not use your file. You cannot make profit from thingiverse.

It looks great! Thanks for taking the time to clean up the file and make it ready for 3D Print! I will "Watch it".

Did you happen to ask the original artist that created the pep file if this was ok to share with in 3D format?

I changed the original pep file so as to not cause a conflict. The inner portion (eye location) doesnt have that insert at all and edited to have a flat connective point.

You still used his file to build on/off You should really ask Bimmer before you share this on the Web.

I didnt use bimmers file (referring to bimmer from rpf forum)

Oh who's did you use then? Sharkheads? That is from Bimmer as well, there are a few that were derived from his anything accurate is from his file.

Any of the War Machine helmet files on the RPF are derived from his file.

.....i got the pep file from 405th, edited it, converted it, edited again, then printed. I am not making no monetary gain from this, i am just showing what I printed and sharing the results. pep files are freely posted for the public.

Yes they are but still the property of the original artist. So you got it from Dubean who is Bimmer BTW. He let a few use it in there builds over there before he left so it is indeed his file.

Im not here to argue with possession of free files.

Thanks for upping these files and I look forward to seeing some more.

Pay no attention to these copyright luddites. Unless Stan Lee starts posting complaints on here, just ignore them and keep uploading your excellent work.

thanks! i will be adding more soon!

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