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Star Wars Mandalorian Armorer (Blacksmith) Helmet

Creation's quality: 5.0/5 (2 votes)
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3D model description

"This is the way"

UPDATE!!! I added a keychain version of the helmet (profile pic)

Thanks for your support!! :)

•Fixed the back of the helmet (check photos)
•rainforced the nose to make it sturdier
•fixed inside geometry for better fitting

Helmet of Mandalorian Armorer, from The Mandalorian series of Disney plus, ready for 3d printing. The helmet's design looks like a mix of an Ancient Greek Corinthian helmet and a Mandalorian one.

The model is a wearable ready to print helmet that you can scale to fit your own measurements. Default x:236 y:265 z:311 mm

Pedro Pasca (Mando) on the armorer helmet:"Wait a minute, why does she get to look so much cooler?"

UPDATED: Splitted of version 1 to fit ender 3 's bed size (Biggest Part x:204 y:110 z:231 mm)

Timelapse video of a smaller scale print:

You can find the hammer here:

3D printing settings

0.2 or 0.1 with supports as seen at picture from Simplify3D

  • 3D file format: STL
  • Last update: 2021/01/13 at 12:22
  • Publication date: 2019/12/02 at 11:24





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hi, I've printed the helmet at lower scale to check that is printable.

just a quick question before i start my print.. have you printed this helmet already?

would you mind sharing your support settings in Simplify3D that you used for this so I can compare my settings with what you have used before i start my print. I am going to be printing whole.

thanks again

There are two columns of support on each eye, it might be different with your slicer support settings. There are no supports inside the helmet.
Looking forward to see pictures of you prinded helmet.
Thank you for your comment

Hi, I am trying to get this ready to print and having a bit of trouble seeing how the supports are placed in simplyfi3d. Do you have supports on both eyes and not the interior of the helmet? my initial take on the image is that it looks like one eye has a support and there are two columns of supports on the inside. When I step through my preview it looks like it should have no problem printing the helmet without supports inside the helmet.

thank you

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