Life Size Ultron Helmet Made With A 3D Printer


We're going to show you something beautiful…that doesn't involve thousands of killer robots.

An Avengers: Age of Ultron fan has constructed a wearable Ultron helmet made entirely from a 3D printer. Coming from the Hero Complex Props studio in Brooklyn, NY, Ultron's metallic mug was comprised out of a gMax 1.5 XT 3D printer (though sadly, no Vibranium was used). After the printer's disparate parts were assembled (heh) into a wearable helmet and painted, the creators inserted LED lights to give Ultron's eyes a truly menacing glow.

Check out the helmet in action, courtesy of Hero Complex and Shawshank Cosplay.

HEY GUYS!! I had a blog written about the ultron helmet I printed and Shawshank Cosplay and Props Making finished ,...

Posted by Hero Complex props on Friday, May 1, 2015

Well I am finished with Ultron, but I really feel like I need to perfect the eye before I start taking orders

Posted by Shawshank Cosplay and Props Making on Sunday, May 3, 2015

The bar has been raised, fandom. Who wants to make a 3D-printed Vision mask? We'll settle for paper mache, too.