3D Print Iron Man’s Hall of Armours to house all your figurines

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Regardless if you include the “u” or not, Iron Man’s Hall of Armo(u)rs is cool enough to rival the Batcave, and fans have been trying to replicate it in scale for years now.

Maker Félix García has created his own version of the hall using official Iron Man figurines paired with 3D printed enclosures of his own design, based off of similar scenes from both the movies and the comics.

Each enclosure is made to fit together both vertically and horizontally, and García told us that he’s hoping to print out four columns and three rows to make his own Hall of Armours.

This version of design as seen in the gallery below was printed to support six inch figurines, but you could easily print it bigger or smaller to fit the scale of your armours.

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

If scale models aren’t your thing, we suggest you check out this wearable 3D print of the Mark 6 suit.

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Clinton Matos

Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of htxt.africa.