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Elysium Max Exoskeleton

3D model description

A full-scale replica of the exoskeleton frame worn in the movie Elysium (2013) by Max Da Costa.

Created in Autodesk Inventor using prop auction photographs and screen captures. A few parts differ from screen appearance and others have added detail. Original design by Aaron Beck, prop by Weta Workshop, likeness copyright by Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE).

Exoskeleton.stl contains the fully assembled model for reference, all other files are separate parts of same model.

Assembly Instructions:

Hackaday (Dark) - https://github.com/01binary/elysium-max-exoskeleton/raw/hackadayinstructions/instructions/assembly%20instructions.pdf

Default (Light) - https://github.com/01binary/elysium-max-exoskeleton/raw/master/instructions/assembly%20instructions.pdf

Source Files (Autodesk Inventor):

https://github.com/01binary/elysium-max-exoskeleton

3D printing settings

All units are millimeters. Build volume is 5,592,770 mm^3. Some parts are large, and will have to be sliced into halfs or quarters in your 3D printing software, to be glued together before finishing and assembly.

  • 3D model format: STL

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These files have been shared for the benefit of industrial design, movie prop and cosplay communities. Besides the fact that they took 1500+ hours to create and are offered for free, attempting to sell them on 3D asset sites will likely result in one of the copyright holders taking an action to permanently remove all copies of these files. Please report all posts for sale to owners of respective 3D asset sites.

super impressive work. The instructions are amazing