Thanos is one of the most powerful villains from the Marvel universe and soon the galactic warlord could be part of your living room…
If you’re not sure how to do your own Thanos project, check out this video by Youtuber Steven Richter! He shows you step by step how he printed and finished Thano’s ultimate glove:
If you don’t want to make a 3D model, you can download more STL files here:
This great bust makes the immortal Thanos even more immortal! It was printed with an Anet A8 and afterwards finished with airbrush. The re-makes of the model are also pretty cool!
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: Babelibue
Thanos is the strongest being in the Marvel universe, which he also owes to his Infinity Gauntlet, with which he can generate superhuman powers. The model consists of 10 parts and is available for all printer types FFF/FDM, SLS/DLP/SLA. The size can be scaled without sacrificing quality.
Found on Gambody. Price: 12.99$
To make the Infinity Gauntlet look even more authentic, you can make a “Lostpatrons” 3D model of the rounded forearm. Schedule supports for that, too.
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: Lost Patron
For this 4 x 6 x 12 cm Mini-Thanos you need more than 30 grams of filament and about 6 hours printing time. It consists of 4 parts: Head, body, chair and stand.
Found on MyMiniFactory, Maker: Ben-3D
Cooool! If you want to pimp your Prusa, then exchange the control button with a Thanos head!
Found on Thingiverse, Maker: lylesvendsen