Easy to assemble, full size, and of course, wearable. Enjoy trooping!

You need a Creality3D CR-10 or an 30x30x30cm printer in order to print this helmet. 2.500.000 polys PLA 0.2 mm layer 210° - 50° Modified Chris Elkin's profil: 3 perimeters, 40mm/s last perimeter at 30% (you can go faster with an regular CR-10, I have a S5 and I must slow down to avoid ghosting). Printable with 1kg spool (all parts, including supports).

You need a SG90 servo for the rangefinder rotation, even if you don't want to add electronics and lights. If you want add functional lights, you will need two regular red LEDs and thin wire (I get it from an old cellphone charger). You can use an arduino nano to control the rotation of the rangefinder and lights. There's a pdf with the instructions for the electronics, but it's in spanish, sorry. I have not idea about arduino, so my brother did it for me. I can't answer questions about electronics, sorry.

You will need six small screws for the visor.

Includes the pattern for the visor.

INCLUDES SIMPLIFY3D SUPPORTS. Just load the object and import the supports for every part. Everything is allready rotated and ready to slice.

    Item Rating60
    • kkylej
      2021-01-11 14:45
      I have not finished printing this yet but so far the model is fantastic. I'm very impressed with Jesus' work on this. Very well constructed and seems to be pretty screen accurate. Nice work!
    • rrocdeez
      2020-12-24 18:50
    • aantonking30
      2019-12-30 15:46
      Amazing quality file! Printed everything with ease and ran into 0 issues. 10/5 stars for the file.
    • christhepropguychristhepropguy
      2019-08-27 12:28
      I had this as a negative originally but I feel like its not a terrible helmet, I really wanted to give this one a solid thumbs up as Jesus makes some absulutely wonderful models but I cant recomend this completely. I wish I could give it a neutral but I have too many complaints with this. First of all its not screen acurate by any means, which is excusable, I know most people dont mind if its not 100% but the lines and edges on it that should be straight are wonky and certain parts are really inconsistent. I thought its maybe just incorperated the asymetry seen in the movies but this is not the case and it just seems like a wonky asymetrical mess in some areas. Its missing some details like the indent on the left cheek and the holes in the right side of the ear to name a few but these can be implemented with some small modifications. Some of the part fits are also off especially in the range finder which for some reason doesnt fit properly. It would have been a good helmet if it werent for the wonkyness of all the parts, as always the supports are great and the instructions especially for the range finder (although in spanish) are really good. Honestly kind of unhappy with the product and regret to say I feel like for what I paid the quality is a bit of a miss. Its a print that will need a lot of reworking with body filler and sanding to get it up to par. I wouldnt recomend this for 501st unless you are willing to overhaul it.
    • aaashepherd
      2019-07-29 15:39
      This is a decent model. The mesh is nice, and it prints well. However, it is not nearly screen accurate. The dimensions are off a bit, both in regards to scale and height/width ratio. The height of the visor window is also too tall at the sides. The visor for this is specifically meant for thin plastic, which is OK if that's what you want. But many people that make these helmets will use smoked plexiglass of some sort. You will need to modify the helmet to allow for this. The ridge on the back of the helmet is almost even with the back itself, with only a small ridge separating them. So you don't really have any contrast. This will be a concern if you are wanting to paint this and be somewhat screen accurate. The back of the helmet should also not be solid, and the vents should be open. This is to show some of the electronics inside the helmet. Overall, I do recommend this helmet if you aren't super concerned about screen accuracy. But if you are planning on painting it and wanting to be accurate, maybe look elsewhere.
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    • Publish date2019-05-11
    • Model ID#1978941