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Galanionn

HALO 5 CHEST

by Galanionn Jun 9, 2017
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Hi there! I started printing all your pieces, Arms and shoulders are great so thanks for it! I will post the results as soon as I glue and paint everything! I'm finding some confusion with this one though, I can't really understand which files to print, all the upper score? I can see that the sym are the symmetrical items, but some regular seems to be missing. I see that you posted back then a dropbox with just the 3d printing parts, could you renew the link please if possible?
thanks again for this! cheers!

where did you find the clips for the armor? can you share a link?

I hate to be a pain, I was hoping you could post the internal width dimensions as im too much of a noob to know how to measure it before i print it.

Great job on bringing the model to the community btw :)

What's the scale on this? Thanks.

1:1 (at my height, I am 1m86 tall)

HI is there any way it can be a stl file all together or just 2 parts like front and back thanks

can you upload the helmet model?

Thanks kevin for making it.

Is it possible to cut the chest plate in quadrants? (four separate parts) My printer is too small to do the whole piece. Thank you!

Which files need to be printed in what order? Do you have an assembly video?

first you have to print the chest plate
after that you do what you want!
I have no video to show you

I'm sorry I was not more specific with my question. In your zip file there are many files. Some files appear to be duplicates or different versions. I have no way of knowing which files are required to complete your chest.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/apy06n9zvx9qjpv/AAARZGR2jJpcBzkFekZ06ZOba?dl=0
in this folder you only have the cut pieces for 3D printing. The objects named "SYM" are symmetries, so you need the prints once normal and once in symmetry. Is it clearer like that?

Hey Kevin, thants a brillant looking set of armour you have there, beautiful work, Cheers Jace : )

what is the size of this? like im 6'1 with a larger body. would it fit?

Hello
I measure exactly the same size 1m85 (6'1). To be sure of the size (for the width), is to measure its body and to post these dimensions in 3D in the object.
That way, no chance of doing wrong.

Did you print this and did it fit you?

yes, it suits me, but as each person is different, I always advise to measure your body to avoid getting stuck :(
I will soon put pictures of the result