Pok's 3d Printed O.D.S.T. Build log.

PokProps

New Member
So My first O.D.S.T. Builds were from the Andrew DFT templates and I never really liked the detail on them, so I decided that I would 3d print my own set of O.D.S.T. armor and So far it has been a fun project. More progress pictures will be posted as I get pieces done :)

The Materials I am using for this build:


PLA 1.75mm filament:
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Bondo Glazing Putty:
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Filler Primer:
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Sand Paper: 50 grit-1000 grit
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Liquid Latex:
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Zip ties:
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and Spray Paint:
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I currently have the Gauntlet, belt, Butt, and shoulder buckles printed and bondo'd and the chest ready to be painted again.
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If this is in the wrong forum or If i did something wrong please let me know, I'm still new to the forums.
 

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marinesniper

Active Member
So My first O.D.S.T. Builds were from the Andrew DFT templates and I never really liked the detail on them, so I decided that I would 3d print my own set of O.D.S.T. armor and So far it has been a fun project. More progress pictures will be posted as I get pieces done :)

The Materials I am using for this build:


PLA 1.75mm filament:
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Bondo Glazing Putty:
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Filler Primer:
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Sand Paper: 50 grit-1000 grit
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Liquid Latex:
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Zip ties:
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and Spray Paint:
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I currently have the Gauntlet, belt, Butt, and shoulder buckles printed and bondo'd and the chest ready to be painted again.
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If this is in the wrong forum or If i did something wrong please let me know, I'm still new to the forums.
i really like the look of the ODST i will be watching this build. great job so far
 

Spiderboy196

Member
So My first O.D.S.T. Builds were from the Andrew DFT templates and I never really liked the detail on them, so I decided that I would 3d print my own set of O.D.S.T. armor and So far it has been a fun project. More progress pictures will be posted as I get pieces done :)

The Materials I am using for this build:


PLA 1.75mm filament:
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Bondo Glazing Putty:
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Filler Primer:
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Sand Paper: 50 grit-1000 grit
View attachment 296881 View attachment 296883
Liquid Latex:
View attachment 296884
Zip ties:
: View attachment 296886
and Spray Paint:
View attachment 296887 View attachment 296888

I currently have the Gauntlet, belt, Butt, and shoulder buckles printed and bondo'd and the chest ready to be painted again.
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If this is in the wrong forum or If i did something wrong please let me know, I'm still new to the forums.
This is noce. Gonna be watching this as well
 

PokProps

New Member
Quick Update: Had to take a few days off this project because of printer issues. But I fixed them and am now working on my next parts. sorry for the lack of progress reports.
 

N8TEBB

New Member
This will be my first time watching a build form start to finish. Also, don't worry bout large amounts of time in between updates. As they say, slow and steady wins the race. I'm excited to see this all come together.
 

TurboCharizard

Division PR, RMO and BCO
Division Staff
405th Regiment Officer
Community Staff
Your forearm piece looks a little long. The wrist gasket appears to be in the right spot but the inner elbow also has a flexible gasket between the two gratings on the front and back which would be going through your arm currently. If you can shorten up the cuff at the wrist it might fix things a little and bring the elbow guard into place.
 

PokProps

New Member
Your forearm piece looks a little long. The wrist gasket appears to be in the right spot but the inner elbow also has a flexible gasket between the two gratings on the front and back which would be going through your arm currently. If you can shorten up the cuff at the wrist it might fix things a little and bring the elbow guard into place.
I can see how it looks that way in the picture. The Forearm is a little loose right now and whenever I take pictures I slide it Up more than it should so it stays in place. But after I pad it up and fix it to where it fits on my forearm perfectly. I appreciate the feedback and I'll take it into consideration. <3
 

TurboCharizard

Division PR, RMO and BCO
Division Staff
405th Regiment Officer
Community Staff
I can see how it looks that way in the picture. The Forearm is a little loose right now and whenever I take pictures I slide it Up more than it should so it stays in place. But after I pad it up and fix it to where it fits on my forearm perfectly. I appreciate the feedback and I'll take it into consideration. <3
Just looking out for a fellow Helljumper builder (y)
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