StarWars Deathtrooper Fully Printable Costume 3D print model

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StarWars Deathtrooper Fully Printable Costume 3D print model

Due to increasing fees we have had to slightly increase the price of the suit, we apologize for any inconvenience.

F.A.Q "Has this been printed"
Yes it has and is being printed by over 50 people currently, we are just awaiting permission to use their photos in this gallery.

"Do you provide support?"
YES. We will answer any and all questions and help you make modifications to the suit if your require.

Q)"There is someone selling this suit on Facebook for $250 via private messages, did you know that?"
A) Yes I do. There is not much I can do about it. :( They obviously have no conscience whatsoever. There is a reason they are hiding in private messages, they don't want people to know where to get the same suit for 1/4 the price - here.

"Really? all of that for under $50??"
Yes. Really.

Let's put an end to high price meshes! Don't pay $250 for a set of files when you know you are about to spend that on plastic - after all it's you that puts in the hard work to make it. We just design it for you.

UPDATED:
*Optional - Alternate Re-breathers added with holes and cavity for wiring and LED lights

*Added new Belt Buckle, more screen accurate

*GRENADES - Yes, completely my fault they were accidentally renamed as the bumpack, they have been added to the files here separate . Thanks B.P

* The Re-breathers at the front of the mask ARE in the pack. They are just not in the main assembly photo or main .zip file, apologies.

*Note - The crisp sharp images you see in the instructions represent the actual models, they are not fancy render effects. All pieces are void of visible polygons, ready for a clean silky smooth print.

This is the highest resolution Deathtrooper Costume you can purchase. We have seen competitors kits. They have zero to no instructions and pieces are uncut, meaning more work for you. The files here for download contain an organized folder structure so you can plan your prints efficiently. You will receive a 345MB .Zip file that expands to around 680mb.

We have done everything for you!

All pieces are cut and repaired using a professional grade repairing tool, 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.

Comprising of 180 parts (plus 6 optionals) this package covers the entire DeathTrooper suit, excluding the blaster. which will soon be available in the Master Blaster Pack, which will contain several blasters (E-11 etc)

We offer you an original, entire suit, scaled for a 5'11 - 6 foot Male medium size build, but of course can be scaled -
We will also scale entire suits to fit children /small adults and can make a "female chest" version of any armor you require.

We include comprehensive instructions for all parts (the assembly guide has been uploaded for your viewing)

This suit is cut for a 20xcmx15cmx15cm build plate (ie Wanhao/CTC/Flashforge) but parts will fit on a 15x15x15cm plate, just oriented differently.

All parts can be cut again and if you require any assistance with cutting parts smaller OR you would like the full piece of a part (ie you would like the chest in one piece) as long as you have purchased the pack, like a piece of software or hardware, we will support you on it regardless - as many edits as you require - from printing to finishing.

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.

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This is a fan-made representation.
We are in no way affiliated licensed
by Disney or LucasArts.
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mick-w99 wrote
mick-w99

Thanks for the amazing price. Can't wait to start printing.

kaween wrote
kaween

People, if you have just one active braincel left, press that "buy" button right now. At this price, not doing so is madness : 10USD for a model as detailed and high quality as this, I could not believe it. I'm looking forward to that Master Blaster weapons pack, and I would very much like to see a good Clone Trooper/Republic Commando type of armor, inclusive the iconic weapons for such setups like a modular DC17m. (hint hint nudge nudge).

darkpain714 wrote
darkpain714

Very nice! I'm shrinking this down to 90% for my wife and son. So far so good! Thanks a bunch and PLEASE keep up the AMAZING work :)

Geoffro replied to darkpain714
Geoffro

Thanks for the kind words, proud to be providing suits to a new generation :)

slyguy1234 wrote
slyguy1234

When will the Master Blaster Weapons pack come out? Will it have the Death Trooper DLT-19 and the new E-11?

Geoffro replied to slyguy1234
Geoffro

Very soon, just finishing the classic trooper outfit with classic e-11 then new blaster pack

slyguy1234 wrote
slyguy1234

I bought the model and could not open the instruction manual. Is there another way for me to acquire the instructions?

Geoffro replied to slyguy1234
Geoffro

It is a PDF file.. standard bog stock PDF, so not sure why it wont open for you.
The images in the PDF are the images above you see in the assembly instructions - i.e they are already here for you.

m-ward183020 wrote
m-ward183020

How do you get a custom print?

kurtykod wrote
kurtykod

hi. i want to buy this armor, but im 5'2. how much would you guys recommend i scale it down to? also, does this armor come with a attachment manual for putting the finished pieces together? i need it so i can walk around with out a issue. thx, kurtykod

Geoffro replied to kurtykod
Geoffro

Hi, I would scale to about 95%, try the forearms first!

abdullah-masri89 wrote
abdullah-masri89

Hi Bro!
I just snagged me one to build! first I wanna thank you for being so generous, it seems thanks giving still ON!

May I ask for your recommendation as well for 5.7", what scale do you recommend?
and I'm actually writing to you after I directly bought it and still didn't download the files, but may I ask you if you have the model un-sliced ? my build plate is 30cm X 30 CM X 60 CM, thus I think some of the parts can be printed either in once piece or sliced less, if you may provide me with the original one and I will scale it first to my heigh then slice it my self, thank you man really appreciate it, and happy thanx giving!

michaelward45 wrote
michaelward45

I was wondering what I should scale the armor down to? I am 5'5''

Geoffro replied to michaelward45
Geoffro

Try a small amount first, like 98%. Print the forearms / biceps first, they are the most crucial fit to ensure you can move bend your elbows freely.

inkydinki wrote
inkydinki

This is so amazing thank you so much! Noob question: what do you recommend to use to attach the pieces together?

jason-hitchcock-1 wrote
jason-hitchcock-1

I have finished printing out and assembling the Helmet so far. I have it rough sanded, and will fill/prime it in the next couple days. It came out really nice thanks to the great model Geoffro has created.

I have also printed out the Left Bicep as a test to see if I might need to scale the model to fit me. The glue is still drying on this piece, but it came out just as nice as the helmet.

I'm excited to finish up more pieces, and to get some paint on them!!

Geoffro replied to jason-hitchcock-1
Geoffro

Thanks Jason, great to hear, can't wait to see the finished suit! my printers are all still whizzing away at it also

saulton7 wrote
saulton7

Hello! I recently purchased this 3D model and I must say I LOVE IT. But I have a much larger printer then what you cut the parts for and I was hoping I could get the uncut files as a whole so that I may cut them for myself. If you need verification of sorts let me know

Thanks!

neilnerona wrote
neilnerona

Just purchased this and will be printing this weekend. Might have to re-scale to my height and built. I'm 5'7" and medium built. Any scale % that you can suggest will be awesome! Also, can you do Boba Fett? Would be great to have a full size, complete armor/suit.

seethatiamable wrote
seethatiamable

hello! I currently don't have a printer, but i do like this armor. could i ask you to print the small pieces of the armor, and pay you extra??? Please let me know, and if so, your estimate. thx!

Geoffro replied to seethatiamable
Geoffro

Hi can you please send me a message here, or I will send you one.

seethatiamable replied to Geoffro
seethatiamable

Hi, Geoffro. I basically trying to decide if I should buy Prusa printer (the ETA on their web. is 8 weeks) or have some one else print the armor for me. Could you give me your opinion on Prusa and an cost estimate if you would print it for me ? Tx.

lucdiamond wrote
lucdiamond

Will you make a fully printable shoretrooper costume?

Geoffro replied to lucdiamond
Geoffro

Yes, Storm trooper next, hopefully Shore after that.

dpchiang1 wrote
dpchiang1

Hi Geoffro! I'm really interested in purchasing the files so I can begin printing the suit. However, could you give me a rough estimate of how many rolls of 1kg filament I would have to buy in order to completely finish printing the suit? Or how many grams this entire suit weighs? Also, do the parts that are pre-cut fit into a (200mm, 200mm, 180mm) print bed?

Geoffro replied to dpchiang1
Geoffro

I would say 4-5 rolls

yasrebi wrote
yasrebi

good

lordelden wrote
lordelden

How large would you scale this to for somebody 6' 1"? Also, would this be 501st certifiable?

Geoffro replied to lordelden
Geoffro

You should be fine at 6'1, no need to scale. It is to 501 spec.

ejrusso wrote
ejrusso

I want to download this and print for my son for Comic Con Denver. How long did it take most of you to print?

Geoffro replied to ejrusso
Geoffro

It depends alot on how you print it. Since sanding and painting is pretty much a standard for printed costumes, you don't need to print in a really high resolution. To print normally, with a standard infill of about 10% you are looking at over 100 hours. The helmet alone is around 25-30 hours.

I used to print fine and sand it, but now I actually print at about 0.3 and then use smooth-on XTC to smooth the print before I do any finishing, this eliminates 99.9 percent of any sanding I would have needed to normally.

I wouldn't normally endorse a product, but the XTC stuff really is worth it's weight in gold - it has made both my prints look 100 times better (it literally fills in all layer lines and makes the model look like a resin cast) and you dont need much of it at all - I have managed to do an entire suit and not use the whole bottle.

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