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Mass Effect N7 Breather Helmet

by Killonious Mar 4, 2017
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Do you guys do commissions? I'd like a space helmet from national geographic's mars show. I don't mind paying for the initial creation of it, but I'd like it to be released free to the community after I pay for it.

will this print on a Robo 3dR1+??

Just finished building this thing a couple days ago, was wondering if I could get a copy of the Fusion 360 file so I could add some mounts for lighting and internal cooling fans?

Does anyone know the size of the opening on the file?

ok. anyone thats put one of these together, im just finishing my last part. any tips on what order to put it together i, i did a rought assembly with masking tape and am thinking doin one side then the other then puttingin them together may be good but any imput is nice

I don't know if this is the best way but, I always put the front together first. This is so everything is perfect in the front and if there is any misaligned pieces or gaps they are usually in the back.

interesting it didnt give me an alert to a new comment, anyway. thats what i was thinking... i can correct most seams that way

Can I print this with my 15x15x15cm printer?

It will most probably not, I printed it with a Flashforge Finder at a 85% scale. It fit perfectly diagonally.
BUT, since it is a very large print I recommend slicing it up further since most of the end-parts got tricky overhangs. I would slice each part up further 2-3 times to save materials from support and give less room for printing errors.

The assembly will be hell of a puzzle, but it is just part of the fun!
You can do it!

I'm not sure. I was broken up for a 20x20x18cm bedding.

What is the overall size inside the helmet after it's printed?

I printed it at 85% of the normal scale, I have assembled all the part and the inside is just perfect for extra padding and room for electronics.
I have to adjust the opening in the bottom a bit because my ears get stuck whenever I take it off :P

It took me 2 weeks, maybe 50 hours to print everything, I had to further slice some parts to make them print well. But with some plastic fiberglass putty, its a freaking solid thing!

I'll post an update when it is done!

Thanks for the information. I have not had time to print this yet. I would love to see your pictures of the finished helmet. Sounds like you did some serious work on it.

This is what I've done so far:
-Printed all the parts.
-Temporary glued them together.
-I used fiberglass putty on the outside to hide all the ugliness from the assembly and make it hold a lot better.
-Drilled holes to make room for screws and ventilation.
-Clothed the interior with fiberglass weave to prevent cracks and further reinforce it.
-I used wallpaper weave to create further textures where the metal paint is going.
-Then I used a lot of filler/spray putty to further fix the surface.
A lot of sandpaper has been used...

I'm excited to see some pictures. Sounds like you have done a ton of work on it.

THIS IS GLORIOUS! Guess I know what I will be printing this week!

did you print this in the bazillion pieces or did you print in one piece? I have an s4 and was contemplating trying to print it upside down. using your profile still in s3d jessy.

I just noticed you had a Youtube channel. I checked out several videos. Pretty sweet. I just subscribed. I was thinking about saving up for a C-10 so I can print some of these helmets and mask in one shot. Looks like you are really liking that printer?

Yea man so far I'm loving the machine. Still dialing in the settings a bit but overall loving it for about $500

Whow, nice job. It looks amaizing. Great finish : ) Cheers Jace

Thanks how are things going with you?

Still struggling to get my head round the Fusion 360.
Been trying lately to complete some of my prints rather that letting them build up : ) But otherwise all good, Cheers Jace