At the Comic-Con International in San Diego, which was held from July 19-22, Massivit3D unveiled the World’s first 3D printed Poe Dameron X-Wing Fighter Charity Wheelchair Costume. The costume was the vision of non-profit organization, Magic Wheelchair, and created for Star Wars fanatic, thirteen-year old Vedant Singhania. Companies who collaborated with Magic Wheelchair to make this project a reality include, Pixologic Inc, responsible for the design and modeling, Dangling Carrot Creative who 3D printed the costume with Massivit 3D donating the printing materials, and Monster City Studios who completed the assembly and finish.
Utilizing the high print speeds and dual printheads of its Massivit 1800 3D Printer, Dangling Carrot Creative produced 50 individual costume pieces in just over two weeks. The 2.44m-high and 3m-long (8×10’) spaceship provides Vedant with his very own Star Wars X-Wing fighter jet, crafted by some of the original Lucas film prop fabricators. Magic Wheelchair provides bespoke costumes to kids with wheelchairs at no cost to their families. As part of Comic-Con’s special ‘Star Wars experience’ this year, and its partnership with Pixologic – the supplier of ZBrush digital sculpting software – Magic Wheelchair selected Vedant to receive the extraordinary 3D printed costume.
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