Boba Fett 3D Printable Helmet 3D print model
Boba Fett - 3D Printable Helmet 3D print model *Credit to Shaun Hadley for the printed/painted version you see in the photos above.
Designed specifically for 3D printing, why not add a Boba Fett Helmet to your collection! Comprising of 17 parts
This is reasonably screen accurate with the exception of the underneath of the sensor which was designed from as many screenshots as possible, but never a fantastic shot of the underside of the sensor, so we did the best we could with the resources available.
If you also notice, we took the time to do a few things that are missing in other's helmets, like the iconic ridges in the back of the cranium.
Extras required: 5mm Rod of any kind for the Sensor/antenna. Hole for inset is exactly 5mm. There has been one report of the hole being 3mm oddly, but everyone else has it at 5mm, so who knows.
We have done everything for you!
All pieces are placed dead flat at 0,0,0 on the build surface for you. We have tried very very hard to ensure all you need to do is load the file, select your settings and press print.
We include comprehensive instructions for all parts (the assembly guide has been uploaded for your viewing)
This helmet is cut for a 20xcmx15cmx15cm build plate (ie Wanhao/CTC/Flashforge) but parts will fit on a 15x15x15cm plate, just oriented differently.
SUGGESTED PRINT SETTINGS:
LAYER HEIGHT: Since parts will be sanded and painted, we suggest 0.2-0.3mm layer height.
INFILL: We suggest a 3-10% infill rate to keep the weight of the parts down. A full suit can be quite heavy if given too much infill.
Supports / Rafts This is really up to you and your printer. These days printers with great cooling can perform some serious overhangs, it's going to come down to you knowing your printer and how what it's capable of. Please ask us a message in the comments if you would like to know more.
This is a fan-made representation. We are in no way affiliated licensed by Disney or LucasArts.