EOD Helmet: Halo Reach
Updated: Nov 10, 2022
My most customizable Mjolnir design to date, you will truly feel like you are in the Reach customization menu.
This helmet was my most recent design commission and was a really fun helmet to design and put together. With so many attachment combinations and the way I sliced this helmet up, this model makes for my most in-depth and easiest to assemble helmet DIY kit yet.
"Build your own Helmet" Adventure
This EOD helmet comes with 4 separate attachments as well as an easy-change visor system that will allow you to mix and match different helmet configurations on the fly. Every part of this helmet is sliced in a way that there are no seams to be filled and sanded. Each small detail and panel are printed separately to allow for easy painting/decal application so that you can mix and match different color combos/camos before committing to a final color scheme.
Magnetically Sealed Helmet
This helmet features inserts for 10x3mm magnets to allow for the helmet to be sealed around the head for an easier fit and a smaller overall helmet profile. For those of you still curious on the sizing. These are the dimensions that can be used to determine whether your head can fit inside the helmet at the scale you receive it.
Neck Circumference: 580mm
Forehead Circumference: 660mm
If that is larger than you Neck or Forehead measurements, you should have no problem fitting in the helmet.
Customizable Faceplate w/ Easy Insert Visor System
This model was updated to include two separate face plates, one with the Halo: Reach version, one with the classic Halo 3 face plate with its distinct "eyes". Each of these face plates feature side grooves/pockets that will hold your visor snugly in place while still allowing it to be easily removable. If you want to see, how this visor system works, you can find a video tutorial here.
Wide Attachment Selection
This helmet features all the available attachments that could be found in the original Halo: Reach.
This includes the CNM, HUL, HUL and UA attachments. The side of the helmet features small panels that cover the attachment inserts rods, so whether or not you want to include certain attachments will include separately printed panels that will either allow the attachment to connect to the helmet, or cover the attachment points.
For the overhead HUL attachments, there are two options for the top portion of the bucket.
One with a slot for the HUL attachment block, one without.
If you are looking to create you own models like this one feel free to checkout all of my tutorials on 3D modeling and prop making techniques.
If you are looking to purchase the model so that you can print your own you can find it in the store.
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