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3d printing a clone trooper helmetTikTok
Here’s how I 3D printed a Clone Trooper helmet from Star Wars! #clone #clonetrooper #starwars #clonewars #3d #3dprinting
3.1K Likes, 46 Comments. TikTok video from Mphbricks (Max) (@mphbricks): "Here’s how I 3D printed a Clone Trooper helmet from Star Wars! #clone #clonetrooper #starwars #clonewars #3d #3dprinting". How to make a 3D Printed Clone Trooper Helmet from Star Wars! | Like and Follow for more!. Republic Clone Army March - Order 66 - Epic Version.
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1.4K Likes, 43 Comments. TikTok video from The Force Collectors (@theforcecollectors): "I miss walking into my collection. #starwars #clonetrooper #helmet #starwarshelmet #starwarshelmets #3dprinting". original sound.
original sound - The Force Collectors
The Art Dart
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1. 5K Likes, 41 Comments. TikTok video from The Art Dart (@the_art_dart): "332nd clone trooper helmet build process! #starwars #clonetrooper #clonewars #332nd #LENOVOJUSTBEYOU #starwarsfan #fyp #3dprinting". 332nd clone helmet. original sound - Jake Johnson.
original sound - Jake Johnson
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402 Likes, 5 Comments. TikTok video from Clone trooper (@666st_clone_trooper): "Let‘s go👉 #starwars #3dprinter #clonetrooper #phase1". 3d printing a Phase 1 clone trooper helmet Part3 | So yesterday we finished the back side and now we‘re gonna Print the top | 👉 | .... Love You So.
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*Fake Gun* 😁 Part 2 is out with my build on a fully 3D printed Clone Trooper Armor Set!! Like and Follow for part 3! #starwars #helmet #clonewars #clonetrooper #prequels #ashoka #3dprinting
1. 3K Likes, 21 Comments. TikTok video from Mphbricks (Max) (@mphbricks): "*Fake Gun* 😁 Part 2 is out with my build on a fully 3D printed Clone Trooper Armor Set!! Like and Follow for part 3! #starwars #helmet #clonewars #clonetrooper #prequels #ashoka #3dprinting". How I 3D Printed Phase 2 Clone Trooper Armor! Part 2! | *Fake Gun* | Rex! | .... Duel of the Fates ( Star Wars).
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3D printing a miniature Phase 2 Animated clone trooper helmet! Printed on Elegoo Saturn #starwars #3dprinting #fyp #propmaking #clonewars
2.2K Likes, 32 Comments. TikTok video from Galactic Armory (@galacticarmory): "3D printing a miniature Phase 2 Animated clone trooper helmet! Printed on Elegoo Saturn #starwars #3dprinting #fyp #propmaking #clonewars". The Clone Wars Suite.
The Clone Wars Suite - Samuel Kim
My 3D printed 332nd Clone helmet! Check out my IG for other helmets and commissions! #starwars #clonetrooper #ahsokatano #clonewars #fyp #3dprinting
16.4K Likes, 202 Comments. TikTok video from Luke (@lukes_lightsabers): "My 3D printed 332nd Clone helmet! Check out my IG for other helmets and commissions! #starwars #clonetrooper #ahsokatano #clonewars #fyp #3dprinting". Covering all print lines and seams with bondo. original sound.
original sound - Max Thompson
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382 Likes, 25 Comments. TikTok video from TheAlbionTrooper (@thealbiontrooper): "Wanna learn how to make your own helmet visor? Here’s a method I use! #starwars #3dprinting #3dprinttok #starwarstok #clonetrooper #clonetroopertok #cosplay #cosplaytok #starwarscosplay". The Clones.
The Clones - Samuel Kim
Here is the process of taking a raw 3D print and turning it into a helmet which is almost finished. The video shows the process of gluing, sanding, priming and painting the 3D print. #3dprintcosplay #3dprintedarmor #3dprintedhelmet #3dprintedhelmets #starwars #clonetrooper #phase2clonetrooper #phase2clonetrooperhelmet #3dprinting #3dprint
TikTok video from 3dglPrinting (@3dglprinting): "Here is the process of taking a raw 3D print and turning it into a helmet which is almost finished. The video shows the process of gluing, sanding, priming and painting the 3D print. #3dprintcosplay #3dprintedarmor #3dprintedhelmet #3dprintedhelmets #starwars #clonetrooper #phase2clonetrooper #phase2clonetrooperhelmet #3dprinting #3dprint". The Mandalorian.
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3D Printable Star Wars Stormtrooper Action Figure - Printables included!
Report from the battlefield! Captain Phasma is leading a wave of attacks on the rebels! Defeating resistance is no easy task! The First Order needs to send a few more soldiers to join our fight!
Inspired by Autodesk Tinkerplay 3D Printer and my experience with Lego and Bionicles (leave a comment if you have any), this tutorial will show you how to create any custom figurine! I love figurines with ball joints! I grew up with Bandai and Lego figurines and I love how easy they are to assemble and build! No need to constantly screw and unscrew something. I've tried traditional sculpting before, this is my attempt at making a figurine with CAD!
Download the file and 3D print a stormtrooper figurine with realistic articulation! I hope you enjoy this guide and learn from it some tricks for 3D printing.
I am making this figurine as a Christmas present for my dear friend Susie! I want to make a decent photo-op figure for her! You can have different attitudes to the new Star Wars trilogy, but the design in the films is, as always, on top. Personally, from the first teaser, I really liked how the imperial attack aircraft looks.
Note: This article is a translation.
Step 1: Master TinkerPlay in 10 minutes!
To start with, Tinkerplay is my dream toy printing software! Autodesk launched this application at the beginning of 2016, and as a 3D printing enthusiast, I was very happy to work with it.
The user interface (UI) is designed to be intuitive, easy to learn for both children and parents. Available on iOS, Android and Windows Store! I tried the Android app on my phone, but I prefer the desktop version. The app is so easy to use that it doesn't even start with a tutorial! Provides 10 character templates with unique limbs and body parts connected by ball joints. Select one of the templates and the guided build process will begin. The program has an interactive environment, customization of parts, inverse kinematics and the ability to copy and paste, as shown in my video.
The assembly process is strictly drag and drop. In addition to templates, the user can mix and match parts as they are available in two catalogs:
1) Parts from a specific character;
2) The same body parts from other characters.
Feel free to watch the video demo if you're interested!
Press the print button and you will see the approximate dimensions and weight of the figurine, these parameters are a general indicator of the price. You can have your figurine printed at your local 3D workshop.
Unzip the STL files and load them into Blender, arranging them to match your printer! I installed mine on UPBOX at the university library. I printed this skeleton to test the printer and print file. Moving on to Maya! I hope in the future I will become a professional in Maya.
After printing, I cleaned the entire raft and support with pliers, assembled the skeleton and had some fun with it. The ball joints are very well articulated, with acceptable friction. He can take difficult poses, such as standing on one leg. A slight imperfection in print quality doesn't seem to affect functionality much!
Step 2: 3D Modeling
This is the most creative part, you can model anything you like or download any game character you like on TurboSquid.
As a 3D artist, I will obviously model the stormtrooper myself. 3D modeling has been my passion for a few years now, I am so drawn to it, with more practice, I hope to get a proper postgraduate study and build a career on it! For beginners, I have the following tips:
1. Sculpt! put your brain to work with 3D shapes! (I tried paper clay figurine 2 years ago but it was too heavy and not hard enough, that was before I tried fimo.
2. Watch tutorial videos online! Long or short!
3. Watch the disassembly
4. Follow digital artists on Instagram
5. Learn about topology and test your knowledge!0005 6. Post your work online! You will receive feedback, and you never know who will look at your work and where it will lead!
I've attached a timelapse of the process, I'm certainly not a pro (yet) but I hope you learn something!
Step 3: Tinkerplay Modifications and Refinement of Model
I sketched out a general outline (see attached drawing) the main features are:
1. Double ball joints at elbows and knees for higher flexion angles;
2. Hinges have 2 standard sizes instead of 1 as in tinkerplay to reduce weight.
I used an app called Camera Scanner, it's very handy and does the job. Autocorrect does indeed give the quality of the scanned image in most cases. Great for converting finished quality documents to PDF using your phone.
I roughly assembled the stormtrooper from a sketch in Blender. I then selected the ball joint from a .stl file that I exported from Tinkerplay. Scale to two sizes. Then I placed the joint on top and tested it. You can see me making a lot of adjustments to improve the articulation. After setting the connections and sockets in place, I began to connect them.
I then aligned the bone piece with the stormtrooper model. I made them overlap, they're not even connected. I decided to redo the connections. Some parts did not receive any support or raft at all, the basis of the seal was also shifted, some layers are visible sliding. It seems that the foundation was not fixed at the very beginning.
Step 4: Test print
Strong slip can be observed
My initial approach to setting the bones inside failed due to generated support. I had to separate them.
Last successful print.
I doubted that everything would be fine from the very beginning, since this is a rather difficult thing to print. I expected that I might have to redo the model. I did a test print on the only printer I have access to. It was the printer in the university library. Unfortunately I have a 6 hour limit and can only print it in a very small size due to the complexity of the design.
It fails miserably due to size, ball joints have been disconnected. The printed base was not set properly, parts of my figure were shuffled like a deck of cards. There was a serious slip of the layers, it is clearly visible on the helmet. I just got unlucky.
Step 5: Modifications + Reprint
Position the taller part in the center and the less layered parts in the surrounding area to optimize timing and print head stability.
This is a skeleton demo, feel free to use this in your project.
The cylindrical part should normally stand upright due to the even distribution of thread around the circumference.
Right previous failed attempt
The fingers are difficult to orientate, this was my best attempt given the curvature of the shapes.
I separated the ball joint armature from the armor and re-printed it, I also re-aligned the parts so that the required support was minimal. You can also notice that I modeled the mesh in more detail... After fixing the printer and fixing its operational glitches, I finally got a working 3d printer. The print took 10 hours, the weight was about 100 g, and the cleaning of the prop and raft took more than an hour. I really wish I had my own 3d printer at home.
Modeling for printing is similar to modeling for games and graphics, but keep in mind some important differences:
- Use high-poly printing if necessary, as the printer does not normally work with bump maps or normal maps. If you need more shape definition, add more geometry.
- Mesh must be watertight and topologically connected.
- If that's not possible, make sure the two meshes overlap each other to a significant extent (like the sternum and pelvis that I did).
Step 6: Assemble a stormtrooper and take down the rebels!
clean extraction from the grid, start with the parts located around, work inwards.
all parts are ready!
Roll the foam inward to secure the chest.
Looks like sushi.
It took me an hour to remove the part from the grid and support. Keep a swab with alcohol handy, I scratched my finger on the hard support. Freeing the part on the outskirts, move to the center, as you can see the head I took off the last
Then comes the real assembly. I'm testing the fitted parts. Because they are empty shells, the armor and some other parts dangle a little, such as the chest and thighs. I recommend adding kraft foam padding. If necessary, glue the shells to the appropriate places with hot glue.
As I mentioned, the printer on which I printed this project had a number of problems. If the filament or printer fails a little, then the ball joints may not fit perfectly. If the parts do not fit, take a cutter and cut off the excess. Take a hot glue gun, put a drop of glue on the ball joint and rub it gently to apply a thin layer. The joints must be tight to lock in place and get difficult poses. Feel free to prime and sand the figurine to make it look cool and smooth.
Step 7 Flexibility
With more articulation than a mid-range action figure, my soldier is able to take such interesting poses. In particular, he has movable shoulder joints, not many figures refer to this subtle but important articulation. The stand on one leg is also a point of pride for me... I think the figure could be improved if the topology of the bones themselves was improved.
I hope you see how cool projects can grow from a creative mind and CAD!
Stormtrooper 3d printing files: