Master Chief - Mjolnir - Mark 6 - Halo 3 - 3D printable armor files

MoeSizzlac

Active Member
So you already know I uploaded my un-scaled files on thingiverse. This is not spliced up for the printer bed.
It has 2 versions of the same armor in some cases.

Version 2 has increased mobility and I also fixed some geometry problems.

I also uploaded the chopped up files on thingiverse. These files should print on an 8x10x8 print bed no problem. It is currently sized to 5'10 185Lbs person.

The Below will be my build with my phone:

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Here is the regular build with the normal left hand forearm:
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The file with the normal left forearm and normal boots are on thingiverse. If someone wants the forearm with the phone insert, just let me know and I'll upload it.

Phone Forearm:
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I think this is done for now unless someone finds something that needs adjustment. Thanks for being a great community.
 

marscreature

New Member
I have a friend of mine currently working on printing the chopped up set for me, I also have a Samsung Galaxy S8 and think that is a great addition, mind uploading that file too?
 

MoeSizzlac

Active Member
I hope it turns out well for you. I had to make a few adjustments to mine to get it to fit together due to ABS warping and my own personal sanding mistakes here and there. A 3D Pen is helpful to fill the gaps for those issues.

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I'm on to the putty stage now where I need to use stuff like ready patch to pull it together. A little bit of this goes a long way. Will update as I progress.

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marscreature

New Member
Starting the chest tomorrow, glad I can watch a build right before/as I do my own.
I was thinking of using fiberglass resin, would ready patch be easier or better to use or are either a good choice?
As for a small space filler and glue, I really like Elmer's Glue All Max, it foams up a little and sticks like a rock to anything.
 

MoeSizzlac

Active Member
Starting the chest tomorrow, glad I can watch a build right before/as I do my own.
I was thinking of using fiberglass resin, would ready patch be easier or better to use or are either a good choice?
As for a small space filler and glue, I really like Elmer's Glue All Max, it foams up a little and sticks like a rock to anything.
The fiberglass resin is hard as heck so you have that as the bonus, but being hard as heck makes it difficult to sand down if you don't get it right (which is usually my problem). I use the ready patch which is like a drywall compound. long working time, easy to shape with the right tools and I have an overabundance of the stuff left over from previous projects.

As for Glue, I actually use the stuff that plumbers use when working on waste pipes. Any home hardware store has it and since I'm working primarily with ABS, this stuff is great. I sand both adjoining ends down flat so that they will marry up nicely. When applied, the glue starts to melt the plastic edge. I line up piece to the best position and let it dry for about 5 or 10 minutes. I learned this method when doing buzz lightyear.

I have also used Hot Stuff Super T (basically super glue) with the accelerate and have had positive results as well. Cure time with accelerate is seconds.

I have not used the Elmer's product but I would recommend both of the above products as glue time is relatively short and my past results are pretty good.

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Wear protective gear and as a word of advice, when assembling the torso, tape in the lower middle section and dry fit it together before you glue it.

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Notice I left them off of mine.

I made the mistake of gluing before test fitting and had to cut those piece off. They were too tight around my mid section. I'll probably use hot glue with stretch fabric to complete the look. and give more mobility when moving around.

Are you starting a build thread?
 

marscreature

New Member
I had a build thread for my foam one but I will make a new one for this project.
My print was done in PLA+ so im not sure about how the PVC glue would react to it. I was going to tape it to fit and "weld" the seems a bit with a soldering iron and extra filament.
I might just do a layer of fiberglass on the inside for extra strength. As for outside touchup i'll see if my Bondo is still good, otherwise i'll pickup some Ready Patch if I feel it needs it.
 

MoeSizzlac

Active Member
Some Updated Pics. Got through some painting last night and I compared it to my old outfit...Night and Day.

Base Coat - No air brushing.

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Base coat with airbrushing.
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Some Comparison shots
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Next mounting and maybe some lights.

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Old Armor for reference. The definition is up considerably!

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Lieutenant Jaku

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SI3RRA 117

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Amazing suit I’m in awe. I love it. It’s amazing what you were able to do with those asset/pdo files as well, awesome work there too. And a huge thank you sharing your files with the community. I can’t wait to get a printer up and running again. Props man now just need some first outing pics!!
 
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MoeSizzlac

Active Member
you just need a neck seal now.
congrats on the finished armor
That is one smexy suit. Now you gotta try it on!
Amazing suit I’m in awe. I love it. It’s amazing what you were able to do with those asset/pdo files as well, awesome work there too. And a huge thank you sharing your files with the community. I can’t wait to get a printer up and running again. Props man now just need some first outing pics!!
Thank you guys, and I agree, I need a reason to take this thing out.


wow, that seemed to go fast, looks great! still waiting on prints for my suit.
The only reason it went fast was the fact that I had my previous suit done already so all I had to do was un-mount the 40+ pounds of bondo/pepakura armor and remount the 10+ pounds of the abs print. It'll be night and day wearing this vs the old one.
 
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