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  1. Bob A Feet

    Adding "dents" to plastic or 3D printed (PLA) parts?

    Hi everyone! Random question here, but has anyone tried adding dents to plastic or 3D printed (in this case, PLA) parts? I 3D printed the knee armor pieces thanks to RafalFett, but I need to add some ROTJ era dents to them. I had a scrap gauntlet piece that I used to test out some denting...
  2. Baruopa

    3D Printed Mandalorian Helmet: Great Ape Stuidos or 3D Print Armory?

    Hey all, am looking to print a mando helmet and was taken by the photos of 3D Print Armory's V6 helmet, as it's overlays with the original prop look spot on, but when I see people talking about Mando STLs they always reccomend Great Ape Studios. Has anyone tried printing both who can put a word...
  3. Fett FPH3

    Boba Fett post sarlac repainted armor build thread

    Hey there , I started a week ago with the build of the Boba Fett repainted armor. I bought a 3d Printer (anycubic mega zero for around 100$), and I know thats not the way to get an accurate movie prop but for me it‘s at the moment enough. I grabbed the best files at the market (Rafal) and they...
  4. Lazerjock

    3D Printed ROTJ Jetpack

    I'm new to the forum and came across RafalFett 3D printable Jetpack. All I can say is WOW!!! I own (2) 3D printers (FDM & SLA) and do some 3D modeling and am a prop builder. I decided to give this a try. I want to build a Fett costume and troop with the 501st. This may be a way to get started...
  5. boba87fett

    Is it possible to end up with no print lines on a *finished* 3D printed prop??

    Hi everyone, I’m wondering if anyone has been able to 3d print props and then finish them in a way that yields zero visible print lines? Please post high quality photos if you know of any and how they achieved it. Also, what filament was used. Thanks! Steven
  6. kg4ueq

    First attempt at 3D Printed Bucket

    This is my first attempt at 3D printing a Mandalorian helmet. I printed it on a Tronxy 3XY with PLA filament. After printing, I had to do a little sanding and filling some minor gaps. It was primed with a filling primer and painted with flat spray paint. My color scheme was something I came up...
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