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3D-Printed T-60 Power Armor

The Monoprice Maker, at only $330, may not be the best 3D-printer out there, but it was good enough for this person to create a life-sized Fallout T-60 Power Armor suit. The creator did not provide the plans, but we do know that he used 120-pounds of IC3D PLA filament, printed in 140-continuous days, while the T-60 armor model was ripped directly from the game and then modified to scale. However, the T-45D helmet model was designed by Daniel Lilygreen from MyMiniFactory, and hands are the "Raptor Enable prosthetic hand models from Thingiverse." Continue reading for more pictures.

3D-Printed T-60 Power Armor
3D-Printed T-60 Power Armor
3D-Printed T-60 Power Armor
3D-Printed T-60 Power Armor
3D-Printed T-60 Power Armor
3D-Printed T-60 Power Armor
3D-Printed T-60 Power Armor
3D-Printed T-60 Power Armor
3D-Printed T-60 Power Armor










This entry was posted on 10/18/2016 10:00am and is filed under 3D Printing, Geek, Video Games .
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