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Batman Utility Belt

by jongohlke, published

Batman Utility Belt by jongohlke Mar 7, 2016

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Summary

This is my version of the Batman utility belt components from the Batman vs. Superman movie costume. I went off of found photos of the belt taken at a 'con of the screen used costume, so it will not be 100% accurate.
I've included two versions of the buckle; a half and a whole. You can print the half x2 stood up on the joining end to reduce the chance of warping.

Print Settings

Printer:

PowerSpec Ultra 3D (Flashforge clone)

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

Standard/High

Infill:

20%


Notes:

Most parts can be printed without support if positioned correctly. The Knurled Cylinder Cap should be printed in high resolution with a good slicer to get the detail of the knurls.

How I Designed This

Designer

I used Autodesk 123D Design to create these pieces. The knurling was borrowed from the Knurled Pencil Pot, thing:32173.

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I'm not sure what you mean y 'two open panels'. I designed the side 'wings' of the buckle with a slot to put the belt strap through. Is the slot too small for the thickness of your belt?

I don't suppose you could post a version of the belt box base that had two open panels in the back so you could thread a 1 3/4" - 2" belt through, could you?

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