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Halo 3 - Mark 6 - Master Chief Armor Set - No Helmet

by moesizzlac May 29, 2018
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What percentage of infill and what size of nozzle did you use?

.35mm Nozzle, 10% infill, and 3 outer walls.

Incredible model! Thank you for providing the link to Rainyfire's helmet. A few questions if you don't mind:

How did you mold/form the detail lines into the helmet visor you purchased from Amazon?

What LED's did you use for the helmet lights? Tubing?

The visor - I just bought 2 visors like this - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003C20USK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Cut up one of them to look like the details, then overlay that visor over the solid one. you can glue with acrylic glue.

The LED's are individual LED 5mm bulbs (https://www.amazon.com/EDGELEC-100pcs-Resistors-Included-Emitting/dp/B077X8ZK5H/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=5mm+White+led&qid=1560869072&s=gateway&sr=8-5), soldered together, and a resistor and battery back (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00E0IXPKK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1).

The green ones (kind of like this https://www.amazon.com/Indicator-Light-Directional-yellow-Tricolor/dp/B075F6KPNW/ref=sr_1_54?keywords=surface+mount+green+LED&qid=1560869423&s=gateway&sr=8-54) and the interior fan are on a separate switch.

Thank you for the quick reply, this was very helpful!

Im guessing those pictures are from the armor you printed from yourself. What did you use as an undergarment to go under the suit. And what did you use for the visor on the helmet?

What are the differences between the v1 and v2 parts and why would i use one over the other?

I would stick with the V2's. I found a bunch of Errors on the V1's that I fixed. The only other difference is that I removed a bunch of constrictions in movement in the v2's but the v1's look more game accurate.

I'm trying to cut this file into pieces to fit my cr10 and i'm having so much trouble with the chest piece. it either destroys the print when slicing or rounds corners. i'm using meshmixer. how did you slice yours?

I used Blender. Basically use this video to help you carve the pieces into smaller parts (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utgmSMDlnqU). Just make sure the "Solver:" under the Boolean is set to carve and not Bmesh.

Hello I'm 5'5" and was wondering how I would scale this down to my size.

I would use Blender. Just take in any of the models by using File>import>Stl and take note of the height in MM on the right (Z axis).

Then take a measurement of where the armor goes on your body. Make sure you allow for movement.

Convert that measurement you got from your body to millimeters and scale the model till it matches.

How much filament does this use?

Not including a helmet, The armor needs about 3,134,642 mm of filament @ 1.75mm thick.

That's about 8 Spools of plastic (in my case ABS) if you budget your prints.

Each spool only gets about 416,000 mm each give or take.

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