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MARK IV suit files by ScannerJOE MARK IV suit files by ScannerJOE
Now you can find all of my files unlocked including (of course) the helmet at [link]

The blender file is also in there, enjoy!.
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dmuniz31 Dec 21, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
This suit looks amazing! I am going to try and make it but the files wouldnt open on my adobe and ive re-installed adobe. Is there a way you could send the file to my email so i can save it that way and see if downloads? that the only way i havent tried and they say it might work that way. If you could i would apreciate it very much. 
hello,i am impresioned with you project,but i have a question:could you put the link of this papercraft in pdf?
I'm asking because I have no printer on my computer, and I can not print.
zank you
Rennis05 Aug 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
took me a while to find this, thank you :D

hi I'm 5'3.5 would this fit me im going to comic con so I need to find some files don't think I'm a midget I'm 12 lol so would it fit or not


which comic con 
new york?

ryanmahendradani Apr 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
hey awesome work dude!
thanks a lot for your sharing.
I'm wondering if you can give me the 3D files (not PDO) to open it in google sketchup or maybe another 3D models?
I appreciate it.
ScannerJOE Apr 27, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
You can find all of my files unlocked at [link]

The Blender file is also in there, you'll have to use Blender to export the model, enjoy it!.

First of all l, great job on the helmet. I've been busy with it for over 3 days now. Its only working, building and sleeping.

But here's my question: i also repasted it on ticker paper. I know now that it was too soft so now i want to glassfiber it only i need te helmet to stay in shape because glassfiber dries very fast. How can i get it to stay in shape?

And what do i do with the gaps in the mask. I know that you madr those gays so the mask would get in shape perfectly. But when i fiber glass it, what do i so with the gaps?

Thanks a million, a big fan from Holland
ScannerJOE Apr 27, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Sorry, i'm not the right person to answer that question, i don't like/use/promote fiber glass on my builds. But i know there are so many forums out there which may help.
im interested in the scale size? how will i know the helmet will fit?
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