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IronMan Helmet

by cairon, published

IronMan Helmet by cairon Dec 11, 2015

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Mark 3 IronMan helmet
3d print done on Z18
Large head size, you may reduce from x0.9 to x0.8 if you don't insert motor or other...

I glued these parts together:
-UP, DOWN and EARs
-CHIN and MOUTH
-FACE_UP and FACE_DOWN

I've used magnets to mount/unmount chin and main part (add a lock to avoid mistakes)
I planned on a motorized system between face and main parts.

Print Settings

Printer Brand:

MakerBot

Printer:

MakerBot Replicator Z18

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

Yes


Notes:

Pointed ends may broke during printing

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is this scale to fit your head?

A bit bigger because it was thought for add electronic parts inside.
Depends of your head too but you can take measures and decrease the scale.

how do u fit the ears into the helmet. they wont fit

Jul 28, 2017 - Modified Jul 28, 2017
cairon - in reply to Vortex677

They fit from the inside. The border of the ear is glued with the inner part of the head.
The same way as the first complete stl file, then glue it.

Hello Cairon,
magnific model, I'm printing.
do you have some references on the paints you used ? it could be useful :-)

Hi
I've used motip sprays, bougth in my local car shop.
I've no refs but found in a picture their label:
red metallic
yellow autolack

This is really cool and I'm really excited to print it!

I'm struggling with the FACE_UP.stl piece. I can't seem to position it correctly to not have severe overhang issues. I'm printing on a Prusa MK2, slicing with the Slic3r Prusa Edition with basically all the support material enabled (supports, rafts, brim). Anyone have any tips to get this to work?

did you tell it to use a support?

Ya I was able to get it to print after rotating it just right and making sure the distance between the supports and materials was as close as possible without actually affecting the print.

Feb 2, 2017 - Modified Feb 2, 2017

Hi! your work its simply great ,man!
all parts are so good but the ears pieces are some bigger and cannot make enter in the hole of helmet

for my printer 220x220x200 ,i need cut some parts in two ,no problem with Tinkercad soft , if someone need i can send the piece files

do u have the mesurements for the ears? i cant fit it in. what size on simplify 3d should i resize to?

I would love the files sir, if you can email them to [email protected] it would be awesome.

Hello
About the ears, you have to place them from inside, with glue (or 2 components resin), the biggest part must be glued inside the main part.
If needed, I can put some pictures.

please do put some pictures as i cant push the ears in. its almost as if its too big for the helmet.

Picture just added for the ears and magnets

the ears dont fit in though. but its okay i made a solution. in simplify 3d i connected the ears to the top helmet so its printing it all together. ill let yall know how it turns out. as for the magnets its a awesome idea.

Thank you, great work.

bit of a question, im just looking for a display unit of this so max size not important, in fact have to take all parts down to 65% on my small printer.
However quick question...i notice in the files, the MK1, full mask in there, has anyone tried to print that on its own, ??
just a thought?

Is there hinges ? How do you join the pieces ?

Not yet,
I've used a 2 components glue (resin) for non movable parts.
The mouth is removable thanks to magnets.
The face will be motorised

Do you have any photos of how you installed the magnets on the mouth piece?

Hi, I just add the picture ;)

I'll try to post it this sunday.
I've used bi component resin to glue them on the pieces and then maintain them together during the curing to keep the good position.

great helmet.
how do the ear pieces fit?
should they go through the holes?

picture just added

i got the same problem.

I recently had the same problem. Since, my printer bed size made me cut the "down" file into about 6 pieces I was having some warp issues with the new pieces. I thought this was my original problem with the ears. I ended up measuring the stl file opening for the ears to what I printed and found that not to be the case. I ended up cutting off part of the ear that sits on the inside of the mask and insert the ears from the outside. I'm sure if I would of filed away some of the plastic it would have fit eventually. Hopefully that works for you as it seem to do OK for me.

Hi
I've used a 2 components glue (resin) for non movable parts. For the mouth I've used magnets. The face will be motorised (later ^^)

everything is printing nicely, the only request I have is to have the back piece separated so it can be printed on a smaller printer. everything else is fitting the Makerbot 5th gen I use.

You can do it with the UI slicer or a tool like meshmixer

So is this big enough to actually wear?

STL parts are sized to wear, but for big head (and for my case integrate servos and orther electronic parts).
You can downscale for yours. Don't forget you may add foam.

Jan 8, 2016 - Modified Jan 8, 2016

I made new stl files, with good units. Enjoy!
Large head size, you may reduce from x0.9 to x0.8 if you don't insert motor or other...

Jan 3, 2016 - Modified Jan 4, 2016

I really appreciate your posting this. Thank you very much. This is the best Ironman helmet model I have seen. I think a lot of people have had success with 3d printing these helmets, but they are not as generous as you are to share their files with the public. I am using a MakerGear M2 printer with Simplify3D software. When I uploaded the objects to the software, they were all different scales. Maybe I am doing something wrong. If anyone has any advice on how to get them into the software at the same scale, I will print out the pieces and post pictures. Thank you again for sharing your files.

Edit: Thank you so much for responding and I will try the idea of multiplying by 10 and I will also wait for any new files.

Thank you so much. I'll post new files with correct units soon. But in fact for the too small objects, just multiply the size by 10 should solve the problem.

That is unbelieveable.. Great, Got a few quests..

Material?
Print time ?

Brill piece of work

Thank you

It was printed with PLA from emotion tech on makerbot printers: replicator 2x and z18 for greater parts.
The chin took 7-8h, whereas the main head part took ~24 hours if I remember correctly. I separated the cap of the head to avoid enormous bridges and more hours of print.

The worse of the work was the hand sanding/coating/sanding/coating ... and finally painting!

Good to see your design uploaded.

Please make us dream and post the results !

Yeah, I just posted a photo :)

Your model is broken or im retarded. Cant figure it out yet. But when I try to add supports, or even if I dont. It doesnt wana print the top portion of the head

Hi, I just posted the separate parts that I used, tell me if it's ok.

They are obj files so a lot of folks may not be able to use them...

I didn't know. I'll do an stl extract when possible.

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