Hello everyone! My name's Frank!
Making this suit was the main reason i got into 3D printing back in July 2019. After seeing Endgame i knew it was time to make one. A few months later i bought my first printer, started learning, and eventually landed on the DO3D Mark 85 file set! And I couldn't be happier. These files have been flawless. As close to "Drag and Drop" printing as you can get. But anyone who 3D prints knows that's just the start. And where it's taken me is deep into a passion for teaching and sharing this hobby with others!
I want nothing more than to teach people and show them what you can accomplish with 3D Printing! So please ask! Whether you're a veteran printer or don't even know how 3D Printing works! Lets talk!
Social Media Accounts https://www.instagram.com/frankly_built
3D Printing Information
Printers: Creality CR-10s - 300x300x400mm build volume (2 printers used) Material: SUNLU PLA+ Black Filament - Approx 14 rolls (1kg each) Including waste, failures, and re-prints Software: Cura 4.0 w/ Creawsome Mod, Slic3r, Meshmixer Settings: 215/50 nozzle/bed, 0.6mm nozzle w/ .3mm layer height, 60mm/s, 5% infill, Rafts, Tree Supports Time: Approx 1200 hours of printing total
Priming: I used standard spray paint primer. Black, grey, red. Whatever was cheapest! No filler primer
Painting: Rustoleum Automotive Line Spraypaint ( Metallic Red, Metallic Gold (Dull), and Sky Grey)
Clearcoat: Rustoleum Automove Line Spraypaint Clearcoat Lacquer
Post-Work: I wetsanded my paint after the final color coat with 1500. Then again after the final clearcoat with 3000. After that i used Meguiars Automotive Rubbing Compound, Polish, and Gold Class Wax to protect and shine the paint.
Electronics and Extras
Infinity Stones: I 3D Printed the stones then made silicone moulds and cast them in Color Resin
Infinity Stone LEDs: My resin cast Infinity Stones are backlit with Pre-Wired LEDS from Oznium.com!
Servos for Helmet: I repurposed Micro Servos to run with no coding or Arduinos! Click here!
Body LEDs: I used standard 12v COB SMD boards from eBay. But i recommend a 5v LED system
Cosplay Wearables: I used a variety of Nylon/Elastic straps, plastic buckles, and magnets to wear