any ironman/war machine 3d printer files?

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  1. tompkins420

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    i just bought a 3d printer and iam going to start making the mark 42 ironman suit

    does anyone know where to get GOOD files for this suit ?

    ill post pics of my progress. im going to start tonight on the helmet files i have .
     
  2. devildog12

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    if your looking for files for the helmet for the mark 42/43 helmet, view my thread http://www.therpf.com/showthread.php?t=244495

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    i've also got the gloves in one of my other threads and if you need the forearms and biceps, check out abb eliten's and those are the best by far out there. you can use my gloves for most any suit you make . p.s. use his fingers for the glove too!

    here's some other' threads for the Mark III
    http://www.therpf.com/f78/iron-man-mkiii-3d-print-files-free-182942/?highlight=iron+man+hand+stl
    http://www.therpf.com/f78/my-iron-man-mark-iii-helmet-3d-print-files-v3-available-post-1-now-189853/
     
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    thanks a million man . i already have the helmet and i have began printing it . ill post pics soon. the files in the other links dont show anything in 3d software
     
  4. devildog12

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    What 3d software are you using?
     
  5. Warmachine2000

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    What printer are you using?
     
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    i have cura slicr and opencad my printer is a wanhao duplicator i3
     
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    my mk42 faceplate.jpg first print of face plate turned out great
     
  8. devildog12

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    If you new to 3d printing and modeling, then I would suggest downloading netfabb. Netfabb will allow you to repair models and also mirror,scale and export to stl or obj files from which you can then print.

    Your faceplate looks great btw.
     
  9. Warmachine2000

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    i agree with devil dog, it looks very nice
     
  10. tompkins420

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    Any ideas where i can find mk 42 elbow??
     
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    those came out nice :)
     
  13. devildog12

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  15. Warmachine2000

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    Are you planning on cutting it with Bondo? or did you simply print thick enough to paint?
     
  16. tompkins420

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    i want to make a mold of it and pour plastic ones
     

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