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 STLs for Death Watch armor parts

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STLs for Death Watch armor parts
« on: Sep 03, 2019, 01:18 AM »
If you have a 3D printer, here is the link to my Deathwatch STL folder on Google Drive.
(Personal, non commercial use only)

https://drive.google.com/open?id=139Fc3sl6pHB79fXf9_NheZdFe9UE-XhG

The following are the ones I am happy with, will add more as I go.

Bracers:
- 2 files per bracer
- For locking mechanism you can either print a 5mm round rod, or use a M5 metal rod

Thigh armor/holster:
- Only the left side is uploaded (ie you will need to mirror for other leg)
- Each piece of armor is split into 2 pieces to print
- The maximum height of the holster is 6cm
- Depth of holster is 15cm at the lower wall
- The number behind the file name denotes the maximum thickness it can hold. ie. 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 cm are included. If you have a blaster that does not fit, let me know and I can send you a custom one.
- Print the holster insert in 50%+ infill to help with rigidity, or do it at a low infill if just for alignment
- The holes are for looping straps in case you want to go that route, it will take up to 1.5" (4cm) width ones.

Shin:
- Has holes for straps, will take up to 1.5" (4cm) width ones.

Hope you find them useful!

EDIT Sep 9 2019: Added the files for the following:
Chest pieces  / Diamond / Abs
- Note that you will have to scale these to size

Cod piece
- Print it standing vertical

Boot cover, heel and toe pieces
- I am US men size 9.5. Toe piece you will definitely have to play with depending on your shoe's shape

Glove cover
- I've got  the death watch mark engraved on it, should be very easy to fill using any 3d software (easiest is probably windows 3d builder)

Shoulder
- Depends on your size, to fit your shoulders you might need to cut off some of it so it doesn't stick out like wings, should be very easy using "split" function in any 3d software (easiest is probably windows 3d builder)


Note: Helmet ... if you use Killorian's from Thingiverse, the chin part is way too long! You will have to chop it down some.

« Last Edit: Sep 14, 2019, 01:55 AM by BlasterRev » Logged

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Re: STLs for Deathwatch armor parts
« Reply #1 on: Sep 10, 2019, 11:14 AM »
Cool! Thank you so much!

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Re: STLs for Death Watch armor parts
« Reply #2 on: Sep 15, 2019, 06:02 PM »
If only i had a 3d printer hah

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