My P1 Themed Predator Costume with Electronics and Sounds. (Pic Heavy)

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ksj

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I have no interest in selling things so I make sure that the documentation exists so others can follow suit if they wish. After sales support on such setups can be a trap especially if you do not have a proper contract and terms agreed upon at the time of sale.
 

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MoeSizzlac

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This is just ridiculous. Great Job!!! I am sure it's an inspiration to a lot of people.

Thank you. That was my original hope, to inspire and to allow someone else to make it or possibly, grow from it.

This is a fantastic set!
Are the original 3D models your own work or collected from around Thingiverse and modified to your size?

Most of the 3D files are either my own files or heavily modified pepakura files with the exception of plasma cannon (borrowed from thingiverse and modified to carve out a path for wiring/servos/screws/nuts).

I think the back pack took me the longest to get right. In the end, it was easier to model from scratch than to use anything preexisting.
 

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Darth Voorhees

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Wow this looks fantastic! i always thought about doing a Predator costume but the high end ones are difficult/expensive, but this seems way more reasonable cost wise and honestly it looks SO good! Nice work!
 

Gwanji

New Member
Fantastic Build! Thank you for the files and tutorial! This will definitely help me with my P1 build. I have one question tho - I'm a newbie with a 3D printer. How do I slice these files to fit an Anet A8 8.5" square by 9" tall printbed? Any recommendations? Thanks in advance!
 

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StewYZF750

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Fantastic Build! Thank you for the files and tutorial! This will definitely help me with my P1 build. I have one question tho - I'm a newbie with a 3D printer. How do I slice these files to fit an Anet A8 8.5" square by 9" tall printbed? Any recommendations? Thanks in advance!
I have the same printer. Personally I use windows 10 "3D builder" for cutting any files into pieces.
 

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