Imperial Gunner - 3D Printable Helmet 3D print model
*Updated 19th Feb.
Dome parts 3 and for were reported not flat on the build plate. This is due to the bevel under the dome 3 and 4 which is where the visor is meant to go, my apologies for anyone who had issues printing it flat. I have updated Parts 3 and 4 to sit dead flat, they will require some supports due to the overhang, but they are dead flat now.
Please contact us if there is an issue with any parts or you need alternative cuts.
Designed specifically for 3D printing, why not add an Imperial Gunner Helmet to your collection! Comprising of 29 parts (plus optionals) This has also been scaled as close to 501st scale as possible, or within 1.5cm
*Note - The crisp sharp images you see in the instructions represent the actual models, they are not fancy render effects. All pieces are void of visible polygons, ready for a clean silky smooth print and are modelled in hi-res.
We have done everything for you!
All pieces are cut and repaired using a professional grade repairing tool, all pieces are placed dead flat at 0,0,0 on the build surface for you. We have tried very very hard to ensure all you need to do is load the file, select your settings and press print.
included is a comprehensive instructions for all parts (the assembly guide has been uploaded for your viewing)
This suit is cut for a 20xcmx15cmx15cm build plate (ie Wanhao/CTC/Flashforge) but parts will fit on a 15x15x15cm plate, just oriented differently.
All parts can be cut again and if you require any assistance with cutting parts smaller OR you would like the full piece of a part (ie you would like the chest in one piece) as long as you have purchased the pack, like a piece of software or hardware, we will support you on it regardless - as many edits as you require - from printing to finishing.
SUGGESTED PRINT SETTINGS:
Since parts will be sanded and painted, we suggest 0.2-0.3mm layer height.
We suggest a 3-10% infill rate to keep the weight of the parts down. A full suit can be quite heavy if given too much infill.
Supports / Rafts
This is really up to you and your printer. These days printers with great cooling can perform some serious overhangs, it's going to come down to you knowing your printer and how what it's capable of. Please ask us a message in the comments if you would like to know more.