Sean Anwalt and Dirtdives, yes I definitely know contact cement is better, but when I started this project, I was in a quite confined room that I didn't want to deal with any fumes. And since I started it this way, I wanted to finish it the same way for unneeded consistency. Next project I'll be switching
Also I am calling it for the night. I got the major structural pieces of the front chest plate in, as well as the buckles. They are more rigid with the buckles than trying to use magnets. And they can't pull apart. It unfortunately makes it harder to take off, which is why I'll have help when suiting up and taking it off. But it fits so we'll
Here comes the new and improved gungnir.
And with the first picture is Spartan guitar case.
This helmet fits really well, and I really like the special features.
And now for the special features, first my improved visibility. I can see my feet, as well as through the peephole, giving me a fairly large field of view, and also a small window to see how close something is to my face. And the teeth looking things are just the flaps to glue the visor together.
And the second special feature is magnetic access.
Aaaand I'm back, been kinda hectic lately, but I have some cool things happen.
First, I got a 3D printer. I'm still in the process of working out the kinks, been having some underextrusion problems that I think I've figured out.
Next, I moved my setup into my empty living room, which is so much roomier. I got a new lamp and it's nice and bright in here!
I got a new set of drawers for my ever expanding collection of tools and materials
I am using my old broken chair to hold up my current parts in the corner too. I'm finding a use for everything!
And finally, I got a full sized mirror so I can see myself and for pictures when suited up.