Commander Bacara Cosplay Helmet 3D print model
When printing this armour set orientation, splitting, and slicing is up to you. I recommend splitting object with Z-offset in slicer of choice to minimize the need for support structures and maintain cleanliness of the model. If you have a small build area and need to print in chunks I recommend Meshmixer. All files are in .obj format. Most slicers accept this but in case yours cant there are free online tools to convert to .stl. Also keep in mind that you as an individual may have to resize respective to your body type.
UPDATE:I have split the face and dome into seperate pieces and broken up the dome into even more pieces. You can fit the individual pieces onto the space of a CR-10 300mm. The smaller pieces of the dome have small cutouts to fit registration balls into to make the joining process easier.