Gone are the days, when cosplay was restricted to paper masks and glittering ribbons. Why settle for less, when the entire galactic props and costumes can be on your doorstep! Yes, just a click away, you can experience the thrilling adventure that your mind has always imagined while watching your favorite superheroes smashing the badass villains.
Be it a theme party or Halloween, costumes of the Mandalorians have grabbed wide attention and surge in the demands. And with the evolved 3D technology, you can make or buy them and turn yourself into your adulated superheroes or at least look like them! The props and cosplay of the Mandolarians are selling like hotcakes.
3D printing is best suited for prop making when other materials are not viable. The Mandalorians have stirred the imagination of many and inspired them to develop their own suits with intricate detailing, complex armor designs, and upgraded versions of the existing ones. Fans have invented their own version of the armor and painted it with their imagination. With the availability of 3D printers and all the required materials, it has been possible for many to recreate their heroes.
Did you know that many of these designs are easily available online and can be downloaded for free? Some others – you can purchase. However, one thing is guaranteed, this armor collection would be a feast to your eyes!
The classic armor.
Whenever, we imagine the Mandalorians, a big shiny silver suit of armor with a helmet flashes in our imagination. The most expensive armor made of beskar is the pride of Mandalorians. You can grab this very traditional and classic beskar armor suit from the Thingiverse. 3D files can be downloaded from here free of cost. Moreover, easy tutorials are available by Rise of the Fenix on their YouTube channel.
Go and get your Mando’s armor, helmet, gauntlet, blaster, rifle, and jetpacks and be the Mandalorian of your dreams! A comprehensive design of full armor with the jetpacks, designed by Thingiverse user moeslizzac, is available for free. The CarbonProps on Etsy is offering Heavy Infantry Mandalorian suits to those who do not want to indulge in hectic 3D printing.
The classic version of the suit is made by Thingiverse user moeslizzac. He has added Jetpacks. You can download the updated files from Thingiverse.
Who made it: Moeslizzac.
Materials used: 3D print details given on the website.
Charges: Free of cost.
Where to get: Thingiverse by user moeslizzac.
If you are looking for separate specific parts of the armor and not interested in the entire suit. There is no need to worry because Mandalorian Beskar Armor costume parts are also available on Etsy by Carbon Props.
Who made it: Carbon Props.
Where to get: Etsy
Materials used in it: 3D printed plastic and tough PLA.
Delivery time period: 7 to 10 days.
How much it costs: $450.00
There is no ending of the armor costumes nor the list of their whereabouts. So, here is another website named ThisIsWhyIamBroke. You can get much of the 3D-printed Mandalorian armors. They are offering impressive shining armor which would make you a real Mandalorian. They are offering a variety of suits and weaponry cosplay. All of this can be on your doorstep, just a click away.
Who designed it: ThisIsWhyIamBroke.
Where to get: ThisIsWhyIamBroke.
How much it costs: Upto $2000.00 depending upon the designs.
The formidable weaponry.
The Mandalorians are well known for their combats and mastery of their fighting skills and use of badass weaponry. The series is well known for its adventure and breathtaking fights. If something is worth trying in your props, it should be definitely its high-tech weaponry.
Rifles, pistols, spears, and blasters will not only enhance the armor of your dreams but make you feel like a real Manda, always ready to fight and save the day! You can reach to sites like Etsy and Do3d and download these cool kinds of stuff. These files can be downloaded for free. They are so incredible and catchy to grab attention.
The Mandalorian-inspired beskar armor STL File set is available on Etsy. these files ensure the best accuracy and wearability. It contains 3D files of the helmet, blaster, chest armor, hand armor, gauntlet, shoulder belt, hip armor, thigh armor, belt buckle, etc.
Who designed it: Plastic arms dealer.
Where to find: Etsy.
Components included: 3D printed files of the helmet, blaster, chest armor, hand armor, gauntlet, shoulder belt, hip armor, thigh armor, belt buckle, and others.
Armor your personality!
If you are still searching for your perfect combination of the Mandalorian culture and characters, the answer to your quest is the Mandalorian Mercs. It is the torchbearer of galactic cosplay. Here, you can get into the skin of Boba Frett or the bounty hunter Din Djarin. Most of the armor is printed in PETG with some parts of carbon fiber composites. Be the character you want to play, suit up your personality and steal the show. Hail, the Mandalorians!
The latest offering from the bag of the Mandolarian mercs is the cool stuff of the samurai version of Djarin’s armor by the Bandai. It is the perfect time for you to switch from the Star Wars galaxy to the feudal era of the Japanese warriors.
Who designed it: This is invented by Julian Oreska and Takayuki Takeya from Mandalorian Mercs.
Stuff and Size: This action figure is made from cloth. it is 6.7 inches high and made from ABS and PV with a cape on it.
Where to get: Mandalorian Mercs. Orders have already been shipped!
This Meisho style armor is a perfect blend of the Samurai and Mandalorian styles. The iconic Mando Helmet is a little bit twerked with Japanese history details.
Why should men have all the fun?
The Mandalorian costumes are not restricted to the male warriors alone. There is 3D-printed armor for the female Mandalorians as well. Girls, gang up and grab your female armor-specific thread on the Mandalorian Mercs and show your charm and power this Halloween.
There is a 3D-printed female armor made by Trent for his wife. All parts are printed in PETG on FDM machines. The detailing of the breastplate and the helmet is quite impressive. the entire process for getting smooth finishing was achieved through rigorous post-processing of the print. You can ask here for help to develop your own shining armor.
Who designed it: Trent.
The material used: 3D Printing in PETG on FDM machines.
Where to get: Not Mentioned.
How much cost: Not Mentioned.
The house of helmets.
A true Mandalorian’ helmet is his pride, every true fan of Star Wars would agree with us. The importance of the helmet has inspired many fans and influencers to get their hands on it and produce dynamic designs.
From Boba Fett to Din Djarin’s helmets, we have come across the minute details of its build. The color scheme also plays an important role. It not only signifies the personality of the warrior but also their connection to their pasts and future endeavors. It is completely fine if you are not in the mood to spend bucks in full armor, 3D printing of the popular Mandalorian helmets is available online.
What could be more fun and exciting than creating your own helmets! In the vast ocean of digital information, I have brought you one of my favorite YouTube channels- ILikeToMakeStuff. The creator has provided very interesting details about designing big helmets at your own small 3D printers.
These are updated Mandalorian Boba Fett helmets by ILikeToMakeStuff. The best part is that you will not be needing big machines and printers to make them. you can print it out in small pieces as well. These are printed in PETG. It would not only enhance the texture but also smooth finishing. The STL files can be cut into as much as you want. Just put them together and end up with a really nice product. Must try, you will not regret it.
Who made it: ILikeToMakeStuff.
Where to find: YouTube channel.
How much it will cost: Not specified.
How much time it will take: Not specified.
If it’s getting monotonous with the same Mandolarian helmet, Eisenfaust 3D prints have something very cool in their store for making you a thrill.
Who designed it: Eisenfaust 3D prints
How much cost: Not specified.
Din Djarin’s classic helmet is the heart of the show and their fans cannot wait to wear it and feel the manliness of the bounty hunter. Now the good news is Din Djarin’s classic helmet’s 3D printing model is available in MyMiniFactory. It has been designed by Rob Pauza. It has gained the attention of thousands and inspired them to make one.
Who designed it: Rob Pauza.
Where to find it: MyMiniFactory
How much does it cost: Not Specified.
Materials used: PETG and PLA.
ChrisgawCGC has made this helmet on PETG material by printing it on UltimakerS5. You can also use CreatrXL and PLA material for it as done by stevenbasset.
“A warrior is more than his armor”, a Mandalorian proverb symbolizes the strengths, values, and personal accomplishment of the Wearer- the Beskar `gam. Be that one!
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