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Wonder Woman Bracer Set

by Terefenko Oct 1, 2017
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It looks like once they are formed you can't take them off easily... Am I completely wrong on this?

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Hi! I'm brand new to 3d printing, and I'm wondering how to mold these to myself. I'm printing with PLA. Would a hair dryer or hot water do the trick? Thanks!

Yes, once they are printed and finished, they may be heated with a hair dryer and bent. The instructions are provided in the thing files as a PDF. The only thing I might want to add, it is that you want to heat it from the bottom, where the paint is not. This will help prevent the paint from bubbling, if you overheat it.


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my wife would love this. this is awesome

If you like that, I just finished the Hippolyta crown/helmet. Still working on the bracers though. Almost done, just need to find the time.


Thanks for these designs. My daughter loves them, I've just made the bracers and I'm just afraid all her friend will want them too!

Thanks for the kind words. No doubt you will become the most popular mom or dad in the neighborhood once you start making cosplay stuff for kids! Good luck keeping up.

HI there. Thank you for this design. I have printed the Tiara but the problem is that the side braces do not curve up once you mold them to the head. So the design would need to be changed a bit. Would you be able to do that by any chance?

Just got back from travelling. I'm not fully understanding what you mean. If you could message me directly and also add some pictures, I can take a look.

beautiful work! would be great to see Atiope gear from you !

Its on the way. I have determined that the headgear is largely just a variant on the WW Tiara. The bracers seem doable and I will probably correct the backside of the WW bracers at the same time, which don't match the movie prop. It was based on a foam pattern my wife was attempting to make. Thanks for the compliment!