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Star Lord

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Star Lord by youngs66 Nov 30, 2016
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This project still needs some tweaking but I've uploaded all of the model parts for download. If you make it please post pictures of your completed mask. The distance for the ears is approximately 160mm so use that as your reference for scaling your mask. I've started a blog showing how I assemble the 3D printed parts. The blog can be found here: http://starlordmaskbuild.blogspot.com/

This is my version 0.9 Star Lord mask I am building.
This project was designed with the following goals:

  1. Easy printing with minimal supports.
  2. Parts separated to make painting easier.
  3. Scalable.

If you like my project and feel it is worthy then leave me a tip.

I am currently printing out my updated version to test for fit issues. The new version now includes LED and lens holders for the eyes. The LED models I'm still working on and will be posted later.

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i think minor changes need to be down, i thing the tube that goes to the side of the mask needs to be scaled down somehow it looks like its sticking out too far.

Jun 3, 2017 - Modified Jun 6, 2017

Hey, awesome job on this helmet, I'm looking forward to printing it. The only thing I have to say is that I think you forgot to upload the "pills" that go on the sides of the helmet in the grooves on the cheeks. Can you please upload those files as well?

Edit: I started printing the pieces here and realized that in addition to those pills or whatever you would prefer to call them, the eye pieces to fit within the holes in the eye mask are not present either. Based on your pictures you obviously designed and printed these pieces, so you must have the files - can you please post these pieces too? I want to actually complete this print and finish the helmet.

Edit: thanks for uploading them!

Ok last question before I start printing. You say in the details that it is at 160mm from ear to ear but in all 3 modeling programs I have it shows ~185mm from ear to ear on the inside of the model. Is the extra space there for a reason? Where did the 160mm measurement come from?

I will attach an image that shows where I took the measurement in 3D Studio Max.

What slicer are you using and how did you get supports to only be on a few parts. When I open in cura it adds a TON of supports to the parts.

May 31, 2017 - Modified May 31, 2017
youngs66 - in reply to AziDesigns

Some of the parts require supports. If you print the full helmet it will require a lot of supports. I am using the default Makerbot slicer.
Which parts are you having problems with?

For example the face only part is showing supports on about 80% of the inside of the mask. On your webpage it only shows 3 small columns of supports. I will try to upload a picture to show when I get back home.

Depending on your build height you may need to tilt the model a little more vertical. Do you have a preview mode with your slicer? Good luck.

May 31, 2017 - Modified May 31, 2017
youngs66 - in reply to AziDesigns

I've uploaded all of the images of the model parts on the build plate so others can see the supports they were built with. In case they don't go to my website.

Thank you for uploading this I've been anxious to get started on this project

May 22, 2017 - Modified May 22, 2017

Come on ... We need The Rest ... Wenn will Print this great Helmet...

All of the parts have been uploaded. Enjoy.

I will upload the other pieces with some basic instructions for sizing by the end of the week.

Yes U are great ... Thanx

Hey, any idea when this will be completed? looks awesome, thanks!

I've printed out my updated version and just need to test the changes I made and to write up instructions for scaling it to fit other head sizes. I'm guessing that I will release it in 3 weeks.

Will all of this fit on a 190x190 print bed?

I believe that most of the parts will fit within that volume. If you have a problem I can create new sliced versions of the part that will fit.

Just FYI I am also super pumped for this. Cant wait. Only like another week or so left!!!

I've been watching this since you first posted it. I can't wait to see the end version. I need this!

Stay tuned!! Hope to have the final changes done to the mask in the next 2-3 weeks. It will include the lights for the eyes. I'm also planning on creating a video series for the build process.

Apr 24, 2017 - Modified Apr 27, 2017

I've started working on version 0.9 with the design fixes I wanted to complete before releasing the model. So stay tuned!!

this is very misleading when the whole helmet has been on here with that pic, but there is only one thing to print. I get it is a work in progress, i suppose im just cranky that i saw the helmet so beautiful; but like a tease its not ready yet.

I'm sorry you are frustrated. I know its been awhile since I posted this project. I just don't have time to work on it right now and don't want to release it with the fit problems it has. If you feel that it is misleading and that I should remove it from Thingiverse I will be happy to do that. I will repost it once I've had the chance to finish it

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This is a work in progress and I need to make some changes to this design so that it fits better. Currently the helmet is extremely tight around the ears. Also there are some cosmetic changes I would like to make before I release it. In order to post my project I had to include one object that is why there is just the canister.

If you need to print out a Star Lord helmet search for one by Helagak.

Hey, why's only the side canister uploaded? I was really looking forward to printing this!

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