Working on my Reach Armor Basic Build

Deltaraven

Jr Member
Hopefully This is the right place to post.
I have 3d printed my armor on my anycubic and Ender 3.
Thankfully the anycubic has 15.75x 15.75 x 17.72 inch (400x400x450mm)
Got the print on NerdForgeDesigns - Etsy, very helpful person.
I wired everything up to light up, so far I an working on getting my thighs, calf , and kneecaps to stay in place.
I am looking into building a harness for thighs to stay up, calf maybe I will just pad very well.
 

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Rei 0793

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Nice work, i hope finish my own armor, i used the Moezisslac model so they are so many parts, question; ¿how tall are you? i see that you printed the chest in only one piece
 

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