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  1. you will want to move the ears back just a tad. The ear screws will line up with the back of the trap. Great work so far!
  2. sure thing, the smaller fan size is 35mm x 35mm x 10mm
  3. Welcome Sir! Love to see another WTF build! Looking good so far. Ask lots of questions we are always happy to help!
  4. I'm based in the US, good old Ohio I also have a smaller fan size option as well.
  5. its been a minute since I have been able to work on this, with moving homes recently and unpacking and getting a proper workshop back up. Glad to announce finally got the chest pieces figured out and have begun printing I did have to cut the parts to fit the build surface of the printer but this will save time on the print as well as printer material.
  6. There are lots of options with the brow trim and how far it goes on the trap Just think of it this way, you put your own little touch to your armor! The OT TKs were asymmetrical. So a bit of wonkiness is expected. (embrace the wonky!) I think your faceplate tubes could be a bit better aligned with the dome tubes. The ears will help cover anything that looks odd, but the fit will be better if you can bring them in line more.
  7. Ask tons of questions! Here on the boards there is a lot of experience. I have my WTF build thread in the sig below if you want another reference.
  8. and use the force, fly fighters and stand on a bridge
  9. The fun part of the print so far has been the chest. The file came with the back yoke and the chest all in one piece No easy way someone could probably put that on without causing something to break or let alone get stuck. To fix this I downloaded meshmixer (free software) and proceeded to remove the portions that are not needed. I still have to smooth out a few portions where the "cuts" where made. Digital cuts are so much easier that real cuts It was a great crash course in learning how to use Meshmixer. Quick question does anyones FOTK kits have those green tabs/indents on the left and right side near the back? I'm thinking of filling these in for when I make the files 501st approvable.
  10. Shoulder bells are done. I think they could be a tab bit larger (who doesnt need bigger shoulder bells?) but I can reprint them later on if needed.
  11. Oh for sure! That way it can be a visual reference of the 3D files then and show what is inaccurate for it for 501st approval
  12. Oh the printer is more for me, and him getting a FOTK costume is more practice for me before I start doing my own. I want to tackle the Sean Fields Shoretrooper for myself and possible Inferno chest and back armor as I already got the bucket. Plus the printer is sooo cool!
  13. Hes excited for now, we will find out in a few months what his attitude is once we get him suited up lol Since it was more a build I wasn't sure if the 3D section was a good spot to capture that piece. And since I purchased the files I did not want to post the files for sharing (plus they are not quite 501st approvable so I did not want that to be confused with anyone.) Thought I could document the build and show what goes into finishing the 3D printed parts here.
  14. Looking forward to this build!
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