Horus and Anubis – Star Gate
Star Gate bundle contains wearable Horus and Anubis suits – Helmets and armor with basic Jaffa weapons – Zat’nik’tel and Ma’Tok jaffa staff.
- You can also add Anubis and Horus Electronics – For full autonomous movement of Anubis and Horus heads, glowing eyes and for retracting and folding side ear wings.
- To display the busts you can add a pyramid stand
- You can buy the whole set or just models that you want
- 3D print ready STL and OBJ files
This StarGate bundle contains the full costumes of Anubis and Horus and the most used energy fire weapons – Zat’nik’tel and Ma’Tok jaffa staff.
The design of these products are inspired by the StarGate series and films and the costume is fully wearable.
The files contain parts ready to print on a 200 mm print bed and also parts that are not cut into smaller parts for people with larger 3D printers.
Horus and Anubis helmet – can be 3d printed and assembled to be fully functional. It means, that each helmet product contains 3d parts from which it is possible to assemble the static model and/or autonomous one.
Autonomous model – Anubis and Horus helmets have heads on the top – falcon or jackal shape. Each helmet contains blocks for attaching servo motors and other parts needed for autonomous head movements. Helmets also got “ear wings” on the sides, which can be autonomous too – retracting and folding. Helmets are without the bill of material of electrical components and without programs. We programmed ours so that they are capable of face tracking and moving towards targeted faces.
Costume accessories – Bracelets, horns, belts with engravings, shoes.
Product contains a wiring diagram, Arduino and python files a bill of materials, and a manual explaining how to make Horus and Anubis helmets autonomous.
Zat’nik’tel is designed in a fire-ready position.
Ma’Tok jaffa staff contains parts to build a static version or retractable one (Electronics needed) – Oval shape can retract (fire position) or fold.
Serves to fashionably store your Anubis and Horus helmets. A rod with a diameter of 2mm fits into the stand.
The parts are scaled to fit a 175 cm tall figure, you can scale each part to fit your body shape.
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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