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October 15, 2015 AT 1:00 pm

3D Printed Star Wars Kyloren Helmet

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Scott J Grunewald did an interview with designer Luke Daley on how he designed Kyloren’s Helmet.

Using 3D Printing to Make This Amazing Star Wars: The Force Awakens Kylo Ren Helmet

After I saw that first iconic trailer I knew i wanted to have a great involvment in this particular character, ever since I’ve been obsessed with all things kylo, this mask belive it or not only represents a small fraction of the time i’ve put into researching all the elements of the character, down to having his outer robe fabric recreated at a Mill !!

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