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Arkham Knight Wearable Helmet

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Arkham Knight Wearable Helmet by burt_117 Sep 16, 2016

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This is a wearable Arkham Knight helmet.

The original file is from the game rip, then I spent several days fixing and editing the model for print. This was a difficult file to fix.

I've moved the eye holes for better vision.

You'll need to slice it yourself, as well as possibly adjust the scaling for yourself. I've scaled this for me (22" head). If you have large ears, or your head is any bigger that 22", you'll need to size it up. It fits my head like a glove.

Print Settings

Printer:

Wanhao Duplicator i3

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

Yes

Infill:

15


Notes:

My settings: HatchBox Black PLA, 207°C / 50°C

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so how did you manage to rip these components?

Is there any way I can split this into sections for a smaller printer? Your work is incredible by the way!

where did you get the master chief visor from

Could you possibly cut this down into pieces best suited for printing on smaller desktop printers (like the M3D and M3D pro)? Every attempt I make at splicing the pieces causes me headaches in attempting the final print, usually because of some issue with the model post splice that I can't solve.

i started printing this but its seems to small for me

How'd you go about cutting this to print it in pieces?

Question,
The bracing and greebles on the sides and front of helmet.....suggestions on how to print them?
Was thinking of exporting separately in netfabb, but I feel I'm stumped.

http://i.imgur.com/klRT01B.jpg

Hope this image explains it. The helmet is upside down inorder to take the image. And thats also how I printed many of the pieces.

Do you have an exact count of how many cubic inches there are on this helmet?

Do you have an exact count of how many cubic inches there are on this helmet?

Do you have an exact number for how many cubic inches there are on this helmet?

No, but you can download and see for yourself. Its already sized for a 22 inch head.

Did you print this yet?

Printing it now. I've got 4 pieces left. Once I'm done, I will update this with an image of it printed.

Fits like a glove. If your head is any bigger than 22", you'll need to size it up.

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