The Stark Nano Gauntlet. (A.k.a. Power Gauntlet)
This model is just for the fingers with added joints. Not wearable. Just meant as a display piece. The full model is from Damask Props – Thingfile: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3613626
Since posting my video build of the Gauntlet on YouTube. Some fellow makers & Marvel fans, have been asking for those files. So here you go. But…Keep in mind. I’m not the best with 3D modeling. So you’ll have to sand and tweak a bit to make them fit perfectly;)
My Videobuild of the Nano Gauntlet: https://youtu.be/04JuRFai0Vc
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