Complete your Wonder Woman cosplay with these 3D printed bracers

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After we featured a 3D print of Wonder Woman’s tiara from the movie, maker Fredrika Erlandsson adds another piece to the potential cosplay with the matching bracers.

The printed examples you see in the gallery below measure in at around 14 centimetres tall, but Erlandsson told us that this height was limited due to her printer. If you have access to a machine that has a bigger Z axis, she suggests printing it taller.

After spending around five hours in Maya designing them, each bracer took six hours to print and used 24 metres of filament. Once printed it was finished with gold, silver and brown acrylic paints.

You can find the files to make your own over on Thingiverse.

You’ll notice that Erlandsson also printed out other parts of the Wonder Woman costume with her own version of the tiara as well as an arm band and what looks to be a belt buckle. All you’d need now is a Sword of Athena and you’re good to go.

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