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Z9ld

Mandalorian Chest Armor - Custom

by Z9ld Nov 1, 2017
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First things first: nice job, you did a really great work. Thank you for sharing

As you mentioned, you made the amour quite thin. I tried to thicken it with fusion360 but the software wouldn't even convert it that I could edit it.
Is it possible that you upload this file twice as thick?

Need armor for the back if you could do this that would be great

Sorry but I have no time to do this part right now

Not sure of my reply got thru or not.
Finished printing your armour couple of days ago. I have to admit it looks great. My only issue I have with it and it's most likely because I assembled it wrong is the ab plate. Feels too straight and stiff rather than following the abs. But then again I did glue the peices together am I to guess correctly that the way you have shown it you don't glue the two peices together?

Thx for the feedback :) Check the pictures for help, there are not many parts that fit together.
I didn't use glue, but a soldering iron at the back of the parts to assemble them. But I think using glue can work even if it's a thin surface.

How do you wash that top if theres armour attached to it?

Your most welcome. Question, how did you attach the armour plates to the clothing? More importantly how would wash it with armour attached?

I reply for both questions :
I attached the armor by sewing it together with a T-shirt. But I don't want to wash it specially.. So, I can't answer to that question. Try to find a way :P

I think you'll need to find a way also mate. Unless you want t shirt getting grimey from use.

Are you going to be doing the back armour as well as the armour that goes around the bottom of the neck?

I don't think so. I didn't need these parts for my custom mandalorian cosplay. I could do this in the future, but for an other cosplay, sorry

This chest armour which looks very good, what size did you make it for? a medium? a small? a large? Im average build myself

It can be considered as small / medium, I'm 1m75 tall and slim. I advise you to check the dimensions of the 3D model, and to scale it as you want ;)