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Wearable Star Wars Ep. VII Stormtrooper Helmet printed, sanded and painted

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Hey guys,

I had to create another profile because my old profiles user name was supposedly too long now :)

Anyway, I have just finished a new project on the Ultimaker 2. I have printed a great wearable model of the new "First Order" Stormtrooper helmet in various pieces. I then glued it together with some fast glue and also stitched the pieces together on the inside using a soldering iron. Some epoxy, automotive putty and sandpaper was used to smoothen everything. It was then colored with some primer, high gloss white and a high gloss transparent layer.

The original model is by Geoff. Amazing work. You can find it here:


Here is the link to the video:


Best Regards,


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