It’s out of the question that cosplay is the hot topic nowadays. This phenomenon shows the approach of people engaged in costume making which can be compared to the effects achieved by professionals in the movie industry. For us the whole process of making props and costumes is  even more interesting as it leaves a huge space for 3D printing technology and limitless area for creativity. We couldn’t resist not to pick up this topic and share with you our variation of the mask of a classic super hero with all the files available to be downloaded at the bottom of this page.

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A Fad that Went Global

The special convents are organized to gather the fans of various Anime, fantasy or other popular characters, who would like to take part in the artistic show and play the role of their favourite super hero. Everyone who has ever had a chance to see cosplayers in action knows, that their costumes serve as real trophies and an example of craftmanship involving many hours of hard work. It’s basically because of the level of complexity of each costume, starting from the shield and ending on the details such as eye lenses or wigs. The whole metamorphosis into a chosen character is neither easy nor cheap.

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Cosplayers’ costumes have evolved within times and technology and now, instead of textile and cardboard only, we can see various types of plastics used to reflect the image of the character. There are still lots of people who choose the traditional methods and construct their costumes manually, yet knowing the capabilities of the newest technology represented by devices such as Zortrax M200 or Inventure and seeing the results, we bet that we convince some of you to try and start benefit from it.

Test, Iterate and Customize

The variety of characters, their costumes and attributes is in fact jaw-dropping, however it is not always sufficient for the cosplay fans who sometimes want to switch the gender of a certain character or give it for example a bit more modern or steampunk touch, or some new armour. The similar situation takes place when it comes to creating completely new characters for the purpose of a new movie, or reshaping the images of the well-known figures for the sake of new adaptation. In such cases, thanks to the help of 3D printing users can design each part of their costume themselves and change it whenever they want.  What is more, using a 3D printer can be the only tool that allows to produce elements that are to be made of stiff material or imitate any solid parts that need to fit the user’s body perfectly.

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In practice, only 3D printing the custom- made components can guarantee convenience of using and obtaining exact dimensions of an individual. The first thing is taking the proper measurement which is possible by the traditional methods or by using a 3D scanner. Such device is not only ultra precise and can collect data concerning the object’s shape and color, but it allows the digital model to be be imported directly to the 3D printing software and 3D printed. The second thing is choosing the right 3D printer characterized by great dimensional accuracy that is able to reproduce the size and shape of the model, ensuring also the great quality of 3D print.

The Modern Icon

While thinking over the conception of a cosplay mask our designer Piotr Czyżewski decided to go classic, but with adding the whole silhouette a modern feel, make it more stylish and edgy. The overall look was based on the interpretation of the gothic designed character that was given the anatomical elements of a spine, creating the impression of a solid shield. Multiple parts and layers screwed to the mask shows the overall complexity of the model, and what is even more important, are the proof of the great quality and accuracy of the Zortrax M200 3D printer. By inserting the small led lights behind the hero’s read eyes we obtained the desirable effect of the gloomy and scary look and made an interesting contrast with the overall black mat surface. The use of sharp lines to details like nose, ears or the overall face shape somehow reflect the personality of a comic hero, his roughness and strength.

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However, the shape and style of the mask could be adjusted to individual taste and preferences. Those who want to look for inspiration or create their own version of this mask, can download the file of super hero mask from the Zortrax Model Library and start working on the project by adding their own modifications and share the final model with the other users.

Keep Your Super Heroes Alive

Inspired by the original version of a popular comic hero, our designer Piotr Czyżewski, created the draft in the modeling program and decided to play a little with the image to make its final version more original and contemporary-looking. After creating the perfect design, he easily exported the file to the Z-Suite slicing software and prepared the model for the 3D printing process by choosing the printing material, layer thickness and type of infill. The whole printing process took about 11 days to finish, yet concerning the level of complexity of the model and comparing it to the average time that a company has to wait for the prototype (that have been outsourced and e.g. injection molded in another place which lasts weeks or months), the difference is significant. The finished 3D prints, precisely 46 of them were then screwed together (the mask) and glued (the stand), so the whole model was ready to insert the LED lights that were soldered to the cables that connected them to the power supply. The designer decided not to do any post-processing, as the surface was smooth enough and any finishing techniques weren’t necessary. The main material used to 3D print the mask was Z-HIPS, mostly because of its durability, resistance and the fact that it is dedicated to create large functional models. The additional property of this material is that it provides mat finish, which compared to the Red Z-ULTRAT makes a nice contrast.

Infographic showing a black 3D printerd mask by Zortrax

As the model presented here is static and is used for the purpose of exposition, the designer decided to 3D print a useful stand that consisted of four parts and helped to attach the model to the surface and keep it in vertical position.

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List of materials:
– Zortrax M200 3D printer
– Z-HIPS printing material in Black color
– Z-ULTRAT printing material in Red color
– Set of 3mm screws
– Allen key
– 4 LED lights (12 V each)
– Cables
– 12V power supply
– Glue for plastics
– Soldering iron

High Quality Unmasked

As a contributor to the utility of the 3D printing technology, we wanted to show you that Zortrax 3D printers may be well incorporated in the industry focused on entertainment or for the purpose of the individual users, e.g. like those involved in cosplay. The article makes visible that the representatives ofthese two realms can, with the help of the additive manufacturing technology, enter the new stages of development and gain access to new possibilities. Another great advantage stressed in this text is the role of a 3D printer that brings pure joy to the passionate users and hobbyists and at the same way helps them become more competent in their area of interest.

131 comments

  • Tom Bielecki posted Jan 19, 2016 - 23:13

    Awesome.
    świetna robota! 🙂

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 09:31

      @Tom, Thanks a lot for your support!

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      • davcons123 posted Mar 30, 2016 - 21:14

        Is any of it for sale? And would you guys design them for people?

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        • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Mar 31, 2016 - 09:17

          Hello @davcons123, our models are not available for purchase, however you can search for a local company that offers 3D printing services. When it comes to redesigning the mask we rely on our users creativity:)

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  • Chevalier Lionel posted Jan 20, 2016 - 00:39

    Hi, it’s so amazing… and beautiful ! BRAVO, i hope it’s not so long to printing…
    Special congratulations for modeling ; really nice job !
    Thank you Zortrax for this product 😉

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 09:48

      @Chevalier, Thanks for such kind words, it takes a while to 3D print the mask (it is made of 46 parts), however it is really worth it. We do our best to design models that fit your taste.

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  • Be a 3D printing hero with Zortrax's free 3D printable Superhero Mask – 3ders.org (blog) posted Jan 20, 2016 - 04:26

    […] Though I’m not 100% sure that if I saw this guy on the street I’d take him for a superhero per se, as he does have something of a tough, villain-esque vibe about him (especially with those glowing red eyes,) it is nevertheless an awesome 3D printing project that would be sure to impress at any cosplay or costuming event. And, if you wanted to customize it with your own superhero logo, or adjust the measurements so that it could actually be worn, you can thanks to Zortrax’s customizable 3D print files, which can be downloaded for free here. […]

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  • John O'Neill posted Jan 20, 2016 - 04:40

    The link you sent me was for a subscription which directed me to your webpage where I came from in the first place. How do I download the Zortrax Superhero Mask files? There was no link in the email.

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 09:37

      @John, After filling out the form you will receive two emails, the second one will include all the information necessary to get the files. If you still have any doubts, please contact us.

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  • Mike posted Jan 20, 2016 - 06:02

    I signed up and verified my subscription and still no download, what’s the deal???

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 09:19

      @Mike, You have to be patient and wait about 20 minutes for the second mail. If you still have any doubts, please contact us.

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      • Todd Chapin posted Jan 22, 2016 - 23:46

        hi i did signed up and been waiting all Day for that File to come in My Email and Still Haven’t Gotten the Download File So I’m Still Waiting for it

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        • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 23, 2016 - 21:46

          @Todd, Sorry that you have to wait. Maybe try to fill out the form once again as the file is really big and the download doesn’t always go smoothly.

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  • Sven Krause posted Jan 20, 2016 - 17:36

    I filled the required fields…became an email…but nothing more. Where i can find the files?
    Best Regards
    Sven

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 09:20

      @Sven, Pease wait for the second mail where you will find all the necessary info.

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      • Sven Krause posted Jan 21, 2016 - 13:54

        I became the first email yesterday….until now i didn’t get the second one….;(

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        • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 14:26

          @Sven, Please, try to fill out the form once again and be patient as the size of the file is very big. Feel free to contact us in case of any doubts.

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  • Thierry Oquidam posted Jan 20, 2016 - 19:13

    Hi,
    i tried numerous times to fill the form, I get each time a message saying an email is being sent, but I never received any email. And, yes, I checked the spam folder.
    Can you please send me a working link to the download ?
    Thank you.

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 09:30

      @Thierry, You will find all the data in the second mail, so please be patient as it is usually forwarded within 20 minutes.

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  • Thierry Oquidam posted Jan 20, 2016 - 19:18

    Hi again,
    As a follow-up to my previous comment, the code seems broken in the form :

    There probably should be an “https:” in the action tag before the “//zortrax.us3.list-manage.com”.

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 09:32

      @Thierry, we will check that, please let us know if you still have any problems with getting the files.

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  • Thierry Oquidam posted Jan 20, 2016 - 20:09

    Hi again again,
    I confirm the missing “HTTPS:” in the “<form action=" tag.
    Now that I managed to get the files, and am fairly excited about printing them because it is an awesome piece of art (I think about going steampunk on my version), do you have any advice on the best way to print the parts successfully (layer height, supports, speed…), also can you give me an idea of the amount of material needed ?
    Thank you for your time,
    Thierry

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 12:59

      @Thierry, When it comes to the amount of the printing material, we used 1409 g of Z-HIPS (approx. 2 spools) and 60 g of Red Z-ULTRAT. To get the optimum results, please check the .stl files where you have all the data concerning the support, layer thickness and the speed. Don’t forget to share your version of the mask!

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      • Andrej posted Mar 01, 2016 - 18:12

        Hello,

        how i can “check” the .stl file for further information like (print speed, support, etc.) can’t find this in the
        Z-Suite software.
        Thank you

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        • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Mar 02, 2016 - 09:44

          @Andrej, to get the information concerning e.g. the printing time and support angle you have to generate the ZCODE file. I encourage you to contact Zortrax Support Center if any further questions arise.

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  • Neil posted Jan 20, 2016 - 20:29

    Stunning. Z-HIPS ordered. Let’s see how it turns out. Any info re how much material required to print? Thanks Zortrax.

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 12:52

      @Neil, We’re glad you like the model. The total number of printing material used for the mask is 1409 g (approximately 2 spools) and 60 g of Red Z-ULTRAT.

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  • Ken posted Jan 20, 2016 - 20:55

    Awesome

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 08:52

      @Ken, Thanks a lot, we do our best to provide our users with the coolest models.

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  • Paul posted Jan 21, 2016 - 01:04

    Can the mask be worn?

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 08:50

      @Paul, This particular mask is a static model for display, however you can feel free to redesign it and create your own werable version. Check out Zortrax Model Library where you can work on your files, save changes and share info with the users.

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  • Mike posted Jan 21, 2016 - 02:33

    Sweet, am so doing this.

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 08:40

      @Mike, We are sure you will be satisfied with the results. Thumbs up for your work!

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  • kyle posted Jan 21, 2016 - 03:30

    Looks awesome!

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 21, 2016 - 08:33

      @kyle, We are really glad you like it!

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  • IMDIMA posted Jan 21, 2016 - 19:47

    Thank you for the job and sharing Zortrax .
    I got the files and I see that the parts are in strange positions / directions for printing.
    Should we change the orientation of parts or printed like this?
    If you provide a Z-project file type instead of an STL this solves the problem

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 22, 2016 - 08:17

      @IMDIMA, All the parts were placed in optimum positions that either ensure low support use or help to make good quality prints. Of course, you can always change the orientation, or use different printing parameters according to your needs.

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      • IMDIMA posted Jan 22, 2016 - 11:55

        “Optimum position”, Are you sure ?
        eg the piece No. 5, in this position, do not fit into the print volume …

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        • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 22, 2016 - 12:09

          @IMDIMA, If the part were too big to fit the print volume, Z-SUITE wouldn’t be able to count the data like e. g. printing time (which is presented at the bottom) and show you the model in the workspace in Z-SUITE. These positions were chosen to use the smallest amount of the support and allow successful printing. Please, check everything once again and in case of any doubts feel free to contact us.

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          • IMDIMA posted Jan 22, 2016 - 16:01

            Thanks for answer but : dialogue of the deaf: I already contact you to report!
            Try by yourself and you ‘ll see
            And… sorry to shake 🙂

          • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 22, 2016 - 16:12

            @IMMIDA, Well,that’s a good point. However, double-checking and contacting our team in case of any problems is always a good idea:) Thumbs up for successful 3D printing.

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  • David Retske posted Jan 22, 2016 - 02:00

    I have filled out the form twice and never gotten the second email.

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 22, 2016 - 08:05

      @Dvid, We are really sorry for that, you have to be patient and try once again because the file is really big.

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  • Stefan posted Jan 22, 2016 - 07:34

    So this can be only 3D-printed ? why not print it yourselfs and sell it on amazon or ebay ? I am sure you would be a succes with that because its great and i would definetly buy one

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 22, 2016 - 08:02

      @Stefan, by presenting this mask we wanted to show you the capabilities of our 3D printer and explain how it can be used in a particular branch of industry. What is even more important, we wanted to inspire our users to show their creativity by giving them a model that they can 3D print, redesign, modify according to their needs and simply have fun doing this. Thank you for kind words and if you really need a 3D printed model, you can look for a local 3D printing service and order one.

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      • Stefan posted Jan 22, 2016 - 17:09

        Oh, I will 😀 . can your team desing a suit for the mask or something to go with it ?

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        • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 22, 2016 - 17:21

          @Stefan, I promise to share this idea with our designer. As far as I know, he is now a bit busy doing a really advanced model, details of which I cannot give you, but you will soon have a chance to see it on our blog. Maybe some of our users will come up with some pieces to complete the total look of the superhero. Stay tuned:)

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  • Rich posted Jan 23, 2016 - 23:23

    is the model editable in SolidWorks as its would look cool on my robot

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 25, 2016 - 15:11

      @Rich, The model was prepared in 3DS_MAX so it is impossible to edit it in CAD programs.

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  • Fernando posted Jan 25, 2016 - 05:19

    I have filled the form several times in the last days.

    I only received the first mail, but not the second one.

    I haven’t been able to download the files

    🙁

    Can you help me ?

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 25, 2016 - 09:54

      @Fernando, Please check in your spam folder as it sometimes happens that the second mail is moved to this folder automatically.

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  • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 25, 2016 - 09:28

    @Hendri, Please try to register once again an be patient.

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  • Hendri posted Jan 25, 2016 - 18:57

    after filling in the form for the third time still not got a link to the file.

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 26, 2016 - 10:09

      @Hendri, please check your SPAM folder, as these emails sometimes considered as junk.

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 26, 2016 - 16:52

      @Hendri, please check your SPAM folder we received some feedback that many mails, especially the second ones got stuck in the users junk mail.

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  • larry posted Jan 25, 2016 - 20:07

    Is this large enough to be worn? What is the complete size of the helmet?

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 29, 2016 - 13:01

      @larry, the mask is a static model so it cannot be worn, if you want, you can redesign it and create your own wearable version in Zortrax Model Library.

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  • Chung posted Jan 26, 2016 - 01:01

    Hi,
    Fantastic Model! FYI just opened part STL_PART_BAT02 object is flipped inside out.
    For people having problems receiving the file, I found mine under junk mail for the second email.

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 26, 2016 - 16:58

      @Chung, glad you like the model. STL files were saved in their initial orientation, however you can always modify these files, their size, orientation and other parameters. You can always use g.code files that were also available for download.

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      • chung posted Jan 30, 2016 - 11:21

        Awesome, thank you for the feedback and keep up the amazing products.

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        • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 31, 2016 - 12:01

          @Chung, thank you for such kind words. We promis to provide you with some other cool models soon. Stay tuned:)

          Reply
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  • pascale posted Jan 27, 2016 - 14:34

    Hello,
    I try to receive your files but I only receive a subscription to your newsletter but no download link?
    I have filled the form several times in the last days.
    I only received the first mail, but not the second one.
    I haven’t been able to download the files

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jan 27, 2016 - 16:51

      @pascale, please, check your SPAM folder as many of e-malis got stuck there automatically.

      Reply
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  • Neil Watts posted Feb 08, 2016 - 21:59

    Can you please advise how to print. Most of the STLs when loaded into Z-Suite do not sit flat on the bed. Why? Should they sit flat to minimise support and if so how? Thanks.

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    • Neil Watts posted Feb 08, 2016 - 22:17

      A suggestion. Why not provide the .zcode files considering none of the STL files are positioned or oriented correctly. Why make it far harder than it need be?

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      • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Feb 09, 2016 - 16:23

        @Neil, Plese fill out the form available under the blogpost and you will receive an email with .zcode files. In Z-SUITE you can always change the orientation of the object. However, our designer set the models in such position to minimise the amount of the support, so you don’t waste the material.

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        • Neil posted Feb 09, 2016 - 19:46

          My apologies. I had already downloaded the files but had not seen the code files in the attachment. I am now half way through printing with the main 46 hour print underway. cannot wait. Amazing finish from the Z-HIPS. This is gonna be something quite special 🙂

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          • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Feb 10, 2016 - 09:37

            @Neil, that’s ok:) It’s good to hear that you’ve got all the necessary files and you got busy with printing. Don’t forget to share your results!

      • Neil posted Feb 11, 2016 - 19:13

        Hi Ludmiła. I’m sure I found a manual giving instructions for the completion of the mask. I cannot find it anywhere now. Do you have a link please? Also, what length bolts/screws are ideally required. I’m M3x10mm will work but wondering if I can use shorter? Thanks.

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        • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Feb 12, 2016 - 14:21

          @Neil, When it comes to assembling the part there was a photo with all the parts with numbers on them, you can find it easily on the blog. The minimum length of the screws is usually 10mm, but in some points the designer used 20mm screws. You have to decide which length is best for you.

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          • Neil posted Feb 15, 2016 - 00:44

            Hi Ludmiła

            Not sure if you are aware but there ate a few part number errors on the parts JPG file that may confuse people. I have corrected and happy to send over if you let me have an email address.

          • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Feb 15, 2016 - 14:50

            @Neil, thanks for keeping your eyes open:) I have been already informed that some numbers of the same type of the part were mixed on the JPG image. However, after opening the files of these parts in Z-Suite everything seems clear and there are no problems with 3D printing them.

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  • Neil posted Feb 15, 2016 - 16:13

    There are 3 errors on the JPG file. And the zcode file for part no. 17 is not included but is a simple one to print. My mask is now complete and is totally awesome. Thanks Zortrax.

    http://s1220.photobucket.com/albums/dd456/wattsn/?action=view&current=e070d7a2c631dbfe5f71c9d5ec15d61a.jpg

    http://s1220.photobucket.com/albums/dd456/wattsn/?action=view&current=b3dfbca29d515de54461cec1f92817d3.jpg

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Feb 16, 2016 - 09:55

      @Neil, Thanks for sharing your results:) It’s a great thing to see that our users can 3D print the models with such outstanding quality. I will of course share all your comments with our designer to check the files. Thanks a lot!

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    • Andrej posted Mar 04, 2016 - 20:47

      Hello Ludmila,

      my question is how to print part_05 (main mask) when loaded in z-suite can’t go further to print menu.
      The mask is displayed in red, too big for the M200.
      Is it possible to get the .zcode files instead of the .stl

      Thanks for your help 🙂

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      • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Mar 09, 2016 - 15:47

        Hi @Andrej, the STL files are saved in such orientation to minimise the amount of support. You can always add some changes to these files, change their size, orientation, etc. The .gcode files are also available for download.

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  • Stefan posted Feb 16, 2016 - 12:29

    @Neil Or @Ludmila, how can i contact Neil i have some questions for him

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  • Rob posted Feb 17, 2016 - 22:40

    My local library has a 3d printer, so I sent them file 5 (the main facemask) to see how much they would charge me to 3d print it. However, they say that due to the file size (67 MB) it is too large a file for their software, and that most 3d printing files are only 1MB or so. Is there a reason this file size is so big?

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Feb 19, 2016 - 12:50

      @Rob, What file format did you send to your library? Maybe the computer staff in your library is too old, so the software parameters are not sufficient to 3D print the model.

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      • Rob posted Feb 19, 2016 - 17:15

        I sent the STL file. All they could tell me is the file was too big for their software to open.

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        • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Feb 23, 2016 - 09:31

          @Rob, dont worry:) My advice is to look for a 3D printing hub in your local area, so you can have your model 3d printed and delivered to you.

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  • Mikael posted Mar 14, 2016 - 02:47

    i did download the files from the second email and the file was incomplete . nice mask , happy its free but way to complicated to get and yet when you get it its still wrong .

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Mar 14, 2016 - 09:50

      Hi @Mikael, we wanted to provide our users with a complete set of files, so the size is quite big and because of that they are not always easy to download. Please explain what is exactly the problem that you get during the 3D printing, so our Support Center team can help you with it.

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  • Dmitri Licichin posted Mar 25, 2016 - 20:27

    archive was incomplete ! only 4 files was inside !!! I’m upset with this company, !!!!!!

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Mar 29, 2016 - 15:49

      Hey @Dimitri, maybe something went wrong during the download, please try to download the files once again as we provided a complete set of files for the users. You can also download the files from this linkhttps://cloud.zortrax.com:444/index.php/s/ganN2Nsr31rJbH5

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  • Alex Birdsall posted Mar 30, 2016 - 00:44

    Hey. Really excited to get printing this. Got the download email, but the file is a single DS_STORE file and I can’t open it! I can’t even convert it into something usable. Please help!

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  • eric pan posted Apr 21, 2016 - 02:34

    May I have the stl file. I ‘m very like the mask. appreciate!

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  • Anderson Pina posted May 31, 2016 - 20:47

    I can not download the file 🙁

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  • Milt posted Jun 15, 2016 - 03:02

    Hello,
    Is there a visual demonstration of putting on/taking off this mask? Also, if I wish to alter parts of it, such as the ears and mouth components, what program is the file compatible for to alter in? Thank you.

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jun 15, 2016 - 09:53

      Hello @Milt, this mask is a static model so you will have to redesign it to make it wearable. When it comes to the modeling program, you can use any that supports STL files.

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      • Milt posted Jun 15, 2016 - 19:34

        Thank you, and what are the overall dimensions (length, width, and height) for this helmet?

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        • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Jun 18, 2016 - 14:39

          Hey @Milt, you can easily check the dimensions of the parts in the Z-SUITE software as it gives you the dimensions of all three axes.

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  • jun posted Oct 30, 2016 - 11:24

    Awesome! I wanna to print it too, but I don’t see the link to the files. Can anyone help?

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  • Byron posted Mar 06, 2017 - 11:15

    When can I get the codes?

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  • Kieron Acharya posted Apr 16, 2017 - 17:05

    This looks like a fuse between batman and iron man

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    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Apr 22, 2017 - 15:41

      Hello Kieron! Well, we wanted to create our very own version of the classic hero:)

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  • Kiso posted Apr 23, 2017 - 10:21

    How to dowload🤔😊😊😊

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