Star Wars Episode 7 pilot helmet for 3d print 3D print model

Star wars episode 7 helmet
Ready for 3d print.
most parts split up. like grate and microphone.
you need to add a small piece of thin metal for the microphone
scale it to fit your head!
you need to cut it up to fit your printbed using free software like netfabb basic.
Non commercial 3d model
Please credit Dutch Props
and use rendering provided.


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tpmarcoa wrote
I bought this...but i can not open, and use, the xwing(Final).obj or the PiecesOfStuff(Final).obj. All the other files seem to open fine.
jeffrey-tenabb replied to tpmarcoa
did you open it in netfabb as sugested? how are you trying to open it? send me a pm if it doesnt work. im gonna check and if needed update the model
jeffrey-tenabb replied to tpmarcoa
added "fixed" parts. remember they are big and need to take longer to load on a slower computer.
zombiemarco replied to jeffrey-tenabb
Yep, had to download netfabb and slice it up and then export the slices. All good and thanks!
thisiskevin wrote
HI there, just wondering if you can provide the STL for this? And do you have more screenshots of other angles? Thanks and hope to hear from you soon!
jeffrey-tenabb replied to thisiskevin
You get the stl when you buy it . 360 video is here
andrecruzchagas wrote
My friend, two files do not open, PiecesOfStuff (Final) .obj and xwing (Final) .obj already tried several programs
jeffrey-tenabb replied to andrecruzchagas
please check the description i gave and the other comments above that solve it. use netfabb basic to open, scale and cut it. or just open up the updated "fixed" model with the same name


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  • Publish date2016-02-28
  • Model ID#257789