3d printed Zabana Modeled Iron Man Gloves

Discussion in 'Marvel Costumes and Props' started by devildog12, Aug 5, 2015.

  1. devildog12

    devildog12 Active Member

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    So I've seen a lot of people looking for the Iron Man Gloves modeled by Zabana that are 3d printed, there are a few floating around some better than others. If you need them, there are right here in one easy find. I found these very high quality ones on the net awhile back and forget who the creator is but kudos to them!. These gloves are taken from the famous and outstanding Zabana and converted, smoothed and made to be printed.

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    All I did was scale them correctly and join the knuckles and lower palm together. These gloves have been run through netfabb cloud and have been fixed. They currently fit a medium to large size hand. If you need a lefty or a bigger size, I would recommend scaling or mirroring through netfabb or your own personal modeling software.


    http://www.4shared.com/file/OHjbM_OJba/Iron_Man_Upper_Palm.html
    http://www.4shared.com/file/c68sZHWgba/Iron_Man_Lower_Palm.html

    Note: The scale is now correct on both files and the links have been updated to show that.

    Additional Note: Here are the files as a zip
    View attachment Iron Man Gloves.zip
     
    Last edited: Oct 22, 2015
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  2. creative stress

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    Thanks for sharing will make a lot of us guys happy are they scaled to any peticular size

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  3. creative stress

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    Oops sorry just reread ur post lol

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  4. devildog12

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    No problem, I just thought I'd give back to the community. If you've already downloaded the lower palm, you'll wanna re-download it. I put the wrong un-fixed file up by mistake, but it's now been corrected.
     
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  5. BlueSteel

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    Augh id love to print these put but currently im broke and waiting on an application response. Hopefully i can use these for my next build well see.
     
  6. creative stress

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    I printed the glove at the scale of files but the back section is too small uploadfromtaptalk1438974811534.jpg uploadfromtaptalk1438974874557.jpg

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  7. devildog12

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    Yeah thats my bad, my files got mixed up when i was uploading them. The scale on the upper palm should be 10% bigger. Im not at my computer at the moment but I will fix that tonite.
     
  8. creative stress

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    Thanks devildog12

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  9. devildog12

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    No problem. I do have the Mark 42 helmet stl's that I'm going to upload for the community in the few days maybe.
     
  10. creative stress

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    Sweet look forward to it im just messing around with mark 4 3d model see if i can convert the undersuit

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  11. devildog12

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    The scale is now correct on both of the those files. I have quite a few STL's and OBJ's that need printing on my desktop so I probably uploaded the wrong ones but it's fixed now.:D
     
  12. creative stress

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    Lol nice thanks ☺

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  13. ubcs86

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    What are the dimensions of the model? Having a hard time in meshmixer measuring the distances to check for the fit up
    (sidebar: is anyone else getting a 1,000 second delay to download from 4share? What happened to 60 seconds!?)
     
  14. devildog12

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    I scaled them to fit a ~large hand (although my actual hand size is a medium) this is due to the fact of wearing gloves underneath them. If your having issues with 4shared, I'm attaching them as a zip file in the first post :)
     
  15. NOLAIronMan

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    Do you know where I can find a set of finger files?
     
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  17. NOLAIronMan

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    I did see those earlier, but passed on them since they were Mk. 42. Are all the hands and fingers constant across all the suits? I've only ever researched the Mk. II - VII suits.

    I have a full Mk. III arm (like the one in my profile pic) and am looking to add a Mk. III hand to it.
     
  18. Bogleo

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    Yes, the hands are all the same.
     
  19. yojay

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    I just printed these. Pretty happy although I have big hands and they seem a little big for me. Still need to model over a proper glove, not just the rubber glove in my garage. The lower palm took just over 10 hours to print using line style supports at Hi-def (.18) on my TAZ 5. (I flipped it knuckle down, it seemed the easiest way). I'd like to scale it down and print again. Will it print without supports?

    Edit: Unnoticed autocorrect fixes.
     
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  20. devildog12

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    I'm not sure if they'd print without supports, haven't tried it yet. If you need to scale them down, i'd suggest using netfabb (the free version works just fine). Glad you like them though and that I could help out!
     
  21. misoga27

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    12544666_1265369203478390_317890085_o.jpg is the back too big?
     
  22. devildog12

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    I've scaled them so that way you can wear a glove underneath them. If you think it's too big, you could always scaled it down some.
     
  23. rykobe0411

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    Sorry if this is a dumb question, Is there another file for the left hand?
    Sorry, re-read the top post regarding Netfabb
     
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  24. misoga27

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    by any chance do you know who or where have a mk42 helmet?
     
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  26. HeroesRush

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    I realize this is an older post but THANKS for posting the gloves. I just got my 3D printer yesterday and have been putting it through the pace.
     
  27. devildog12

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    no problem, enjoy!
     
  28. Gobelz

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    I've been trying to figure out the best orientation to print for the best results. Any suggestions from those who have successfully printed these?
     

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