This week’s video sees a short test drive of the suit so far and the start of the shoulder bells. You can see more of the whole project over on the main project page.
This week I’m fleshing out some minor but important details to I can place the other major parts correctly. Check out the rest of the project on the main project page.
I’ve installed the arms on Hulkbuster along with their motors, more info and pictures on the main project page.
Here’s Part 10 of my Hulkbuster build – 3D printing the bearing assemblies for the shoulder flexibility and building the first part of the upper arm frame.
Part 9 of my Iron Man Cosplay Hulkbuster build – attaching the hands to the forearms and playing with some motors to drive the features. More pics and info about the whole project over on the main project page.
My Friday video this week is a medley of over fifty videos I’ve made in the last four years.
This is part 8 of my Hulkbuster build, building out the forearms with space for pop out weapons. More pictures and info on the main project page.
Last year I built a small boat. Now summer is here I decided that it would be interesting to see if I could 3D print a propeller.
I’d intended to build the arm frames next, but I realised that I didn’t know exactly where they need to hang, so I decided to make some temporary body shells to help me visualise the overall appearance. More info on the main project page.
I’m working my way up the arms and the shoulders in a combination of ABS and Ninjaflex rubber. You can see more of the whole project on the main project page. Head next!