MrJamin's 3D Printed MK VI Master Chief

TurboCharizard

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405th Regiment Officer
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Don't forget to write the date on the cartridges so you can remember when they need replacing!
 

TurboCharizard

Division PR, RMO and BCO
Division Staff
405th Regiment Officer
Community Staff
TurboCharizard - How long do you usually go before replacing them?
It depends on use cases and the average accepted length I've seen is five year shelf life unopened and six months opened. Generally though if you can smell anything through it when using a product the concentration of bad stuff in the space is too high or you really need to change your filter.
 

MoeSizzlac

Active Member
This looks just fantastic! Really appreciate you sharing your work with us.

TurboCharizard - How long do you usually go before replacing them?

Still on my original set and I'm fine......

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Cooter1341

New Member
Sweet, please keep the pics and progress updates coming.

Thanks for also sharing the files from your work, I'll hopefully have my new 3d printer soon and can start crafting mine. Seeing yours motivates me to start mine.
 

MrJamin

Active Member
More progress on the chest tonight!

I got the lights all wired up and installed.
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Once that was done I put some metal tape on the back to prevent light leaks. I also dabbed some hot glue in a few places to hold the wires
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picture from the front:
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Really happy with how this is looking! Now to do the same with the back.
 

master_colt_117

Well-Known Member
I decided it was time to clear some projects off my backlog.
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Now that these are done, back to working on my suit.

Massive thanks to CollinMcCaf for the MA5C Model and to TurboCharizard for his M6G Model on Etsy!
These look beautiful dude, great job!
 

MrJamin

Active Member
I had my airbrush out from working on the weapons and decided to give it a shot for doing some weathering on the cod and butt pieces. I really loved how it was looking so it motivated me to get some additional weathering done today.

I am not ready to say that these are 100% done, but I am really happy with how they are looking!
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