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Wow!! Great templates..Very helpful. Thanks WOF!!!
Somehow I can't open the gif files in the zip file, however I'm able to open the PDF files, but I'm 6΄ and the largest in PDF is 5΄6", does anyone has the .gif or PDF files for 6΄or does anyone knows the scaling factor?? your help will be much appreciated..... I just found my Dremel tool and would love to start cutting SINTRA next week....
Here is the large armor (for 6 tall individual) template compiled in PDF format:
Boba Fett Armor Large.pdf
templates....have too much work to do to be in the same level as you guys but this is a lot of fun no doubt...
I'm glad that I could help you, but the credits goes to Alan.
For those of you who have built from these templates, are there any pictures?
These are just what I needed! I can't thank you enough for making these free to the public. Now, lets see how far along I can get before bed... Lol!
Thank you so much for these! This is going to be my present to myself once I get a bunch of weight off. At least I have plenty of time to practice mold making and whatever material 'bending' I decide to make it out of. Carbon fiber comes to mind As for the templates themselves, should I leave them oriented as they are or rotate them? I tried a couple of the back pieces and they don't seem big enough unless I spin them 90°.
Again, to the OP, THANK YOU!! This is awesom
The templates should fill a standard 8.5"X11" sheet of paper so rotate as needed to fit. If that fails I can send out a PDF of the size you need. Wizardofflight @ comcast.net
Thanks so much for posting this, I couldn't find anything previous to this to fit my size. It's only my 4th day here and it feels great to have so much support from the community. Can't wait to bring Boba to life
Alan, just wanted to add my thanks for making these templates available. They are masterful work.
Maybe someone could help me, i downloaded the printable armor but when i open it up there is not picture....help
I think (if you downloaded the archived file) that your un-ZIP program don't support the extraction of the ZIP files. Search Google for free Zip and you can choose between the first two results, it definitely works (at least for me - although I use TUGZip, another free program).
I couldn't open the medium files, but now I can.
If your having this problem do this:
Uninstall Adobe reader and re-install it then it works.
Adobe - Install Adobe Reader
Thank you now i have somewhere to start..
You are a life saver! These templates helped me out lots! Do you have basic templates for the knee armor?
how did you download the template? i cant find itthe download button anywhere
links in the first post (above and under the armor placement image).
I'm sitting next to a 5 year old who is very excited about the small templates coming off the printer right now. These are great. Thanks!
I'd loved to see how the project comes out. I really like to see the templates making the little Fetts happy.
If I can be of any help please let me know.
How big is the original armor? Im guessing LARGE since it was play by jeremy.
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Looking at the 5'6", how would I get these onto A4 paper while retaining the armour size and not cropping off?