Sabine Wren helmet - updated

Sabine Wren helmet - updated 3D print model


helmet sliced to parts as described on infographic + complete uncut helmet also included

Updated version of Sabine Wren helmet from Star Wars Rebels series. Helmet now includes mandalorian rangefinder and is more efficiently divided, so parts take less space on printing platform and also require minimal or no use of printing supports, which saves printing time and your filament.

Sabine Wren (codename Spectre 5) was a young female human Mandalorian and the weapons expert of the Ghost crew. Sabine was born on the planet Mandalore in the waning years of the Galactic Republic, into Clan Wren of House Vizsla.


Default size is set to the dimensions as mentioned on infographic picture (x: 244mm (width without rangefinder and ear parts), y: 310mm, z: 308mm (391 mm with rangefinder) with thickness of helmet around 5 mm. However, we recommend to check your size of the head and adjust the scale according to it. We recommend to downscale all parts to around 80% (x: 195 mm, y: 248 mm, z: 246 mm (312 mm with rangefinder) with thickness of helmet around 4 mm. It should be sufficient to for the average head size and there is also some tolerance to attach cushions from the inner side for comfortable wearing.


As the helmet is quite big and is meant to be post-processed , we recommend a height of layer from 0.2 to 0.3 mm on FDM printers. All parts are aligned to printing platform for easy manipulation. Most of the parts need minimal or no use of printing supports to save printing time and filament. Optional part for printing is the inner rim of visor (rim_R/L.stl parts) on which you can easier attach transparent foil (visor). This part however, due to it's shape, needs to be printed on supports. For reliable printing, we also recommend to set a brim to helmet shell parts, for their height and low thickness. It will ensure, that the part won't come off the printing platform during the printing process.


All parts are described on infographic pictures. For easier and more precise bonding process, small holes were created in most of the parts, which fits for connecting pin part (included as pin.stl). You will need totally 42 pin parts for connecting all pieces together. If you feel confident enough, you can skip the assembly with pin parts and just bond pieces together without them.

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This fan-made model was brought to life by 3Demon. We are a group of modeling and 3d printing enthusiasts based in Prague, Czech Republic.

wenikamai 2020-08-16 19:12:42 UTC
Excellent helmet very happy with it. Are you going to add a file for the vent in the rear panel at some point?
3D-mon 2020-08-17 09:55:51 UTC
Thank you, yes. We're also making the chest piece from the epilogue and will be adding that to the armor set
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prows-daniel 2021-01-15 19:24:39 UTC
Really nice model. I love how it has the registration pins to help line things up. I also like how it has the option of the piece to hold the visor in with magnets. The cut up version is perhaps in more pieces than it needed to be to fit on my printer, but that made it so that if a piece failed, it was only an 8 hour mishap instead of a few days. And since there were so many pins, it was really easy to glue it all up
Sabine Wren helmet - updated
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Sabine Wren helmet - updated
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Format limitations
  • Stereolithography (.stl) (33 files)58.7 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2017-04-21
  • Model ID#714730
  • Ready for 3D Printing