I saw this model and knew that I wanted to print it. Had the idea to use Disney Magic Band Icons as the stones for the Gauntlet. I happened to have all the color icons I needed (I go to Disney World A LOT) and I thought it would be a cool idea to try and get into the parks using the Gauntlet. I used a reference photo to create a model of the Icons in Fusion360 and then moved them to their designated spots on the model. I then printed all the necessary components on my CR-10 mini with 2 shells and 10% infill. All of the parts for the main body; the hand, the lower thumb, the thumb plate, the right and left wrist pieces, and the forearm pieces, were printed and painted before being assembled. I applied two coats of filler primer to try and smooth out some of the layer lines and then used a gold spray paint to finish it off. The forearm needed to be separated in order to fit my hand in. I used elastic bands and some paracord to keep the two halves connected. (I tried using magnets and the magnets I purchased were not strong enough to hold it together.) I also attached the sides of the wrist to the forearm section using elastic bands. The hand was assembled using a two-part epoxy to connect the main body of the hand to the lower thumb, and the thumb plate to the lower thumb. The fingers were printed and connected using the elastic band in an attempt to be able to flex the joints, these were then painted using the same process as the main body and glued to the main body of the hand. After attaching the fingers to the hand elastic loops were added to the fingers allow them to move when I moved my fingers. A fabric liner was glued inside the forearm to keep the plastic from catching on my sleeves, and the hand was attached to the forearm using the same elastic bands used throughout the project. The final step was inserting the Disney Magic Band Icons into the Gauntlet. I think the finished product looks good and the stones fit inside the glove perfectly. If I ever redo this project there are some things I would change, the fingers are too close together and too long for me to flex them, and the gold paint I chose isn’t quite as shiny as I had hoped. I am however, very pleased with the way the model turned out. I have not been to the parks yet to find out if the Magic Band Icons actually work, but I have a planned trip to go to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party coming up and can’t wait to wear this with my “Disney Bounding” Thanos costume.