“The Armorer” is a female Mandalorian Character of an armorer. She was salvaging beskar material and then forged armor and weapons for her fellow Mandalorians. These 3D print models of armor and tools are visible in the TV series “The Mandalorian”.
“This is the Way.”
―The Armorer, to the Tribe
This model is wearable armor and tools. (without a helmet, renders with a helmet are just illustrational. However, the Armorer helmet is in our inventory too). Parts of these models are quite big and are meant to be post-processed
Files contain pieces of the body armor, accessory belt, shoes, and tools ready to be 3D printed and complete model files, that are not cut into smaller pieces.
At 100% scale the body armor dimensions are:
Width approx. 375 mm
Length approx. 295mm
Height approx. 345 mm
At 100% scale the belt dimensions are:
Width approx. 310 mm
Length approx. 270 mm
Height approx. 110 mm
At 100% scale the one shoe armor dimensions are:
Width approx. 150 mm
Length approx. 160 mm
Height approx. 90 mm
At 100% scale, the tools length dimensions are between 490 – 600 mm
You can scale the model according to your body measurements. It is good to make it bigger and then add cushioning to the inside for a snug and comfortable fit.
As the armor is quite big, it is meant to be post-processed. We recommend a layer height of 0.1 to 0.3 mm on FDM printers. All parts are aligned to the printing platform for easy manipulation. Most of the parts need minimal or no use of printing supports to save printing time and filament. For reliable printing, we also recommend setting a brim to the armor shell parts, because of their height and low thickness. It will ensure, that the parts will not come off the printing platform during the printing process. Printing settings will vary greatly depending on your specific printer.
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Do you like the model and don’t have a 3D printer? There are lots of people who offer 3D printing services these days. Try searching for someone who offers them in your area.
This fan-made model was brought to life by 3Demon. We are a group of modeling and 3D printing enthusiasts based in Prague, Czech Republic.
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