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Iron Man 3D Print – The Most Amazing Cosplay Props

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by Alexander Issal
Jul 23, 2019
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Here's a list of the most notable 3D printable Iron Man cosplay props. All models below are free to download and have been verified printable!

Iron Man Cosplay Props There Never Was a Better Use Case

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A partially 3D printed cosplay costume. (Source:

In recent years, 3D printing has become popular for on-demand production of complex models on an individual scale. This made it the perfect manufacturing process for costume play, or cosplay, enthusiasts.

Being a centerpiece of the Marvel franchise, Iron Man is a popular character for cosplayers to transform into. If that’s you, you’ll enjoy this list of Iron Man cosplay props.

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Iron Man Cosplay Props Wearable Arc Reactor

The printed wearable arc reactor looks pretty realistic when outfitted with LEDs.
The printed wearable arc reactor looks pretty realistic when outfitted with LEDs. Source: Thingiverse / AdamStag

What is it? The arc reactor is an awesome prop. But wouldn’t it be cool if you could wear it, too, without having a hole in your chest? This model from AsamStag is a wearable arc reactor that you can strap onto your body to look like Tony Stark. The model only consists of two parts that print without any supports.

Who created it? AdamStag

Who printed it? Both AdamStag and Tammi Mars made this from a 3D printer.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Iron Man Cosplay Props MK3 Helmet

A printed and assembled MK3 replica helmet.
A printed and assembled MK3 replica helmet. Source: Thingiverse.com / Lokison

What is it? This is a lifesize MK3 helmet. The files that were originally created by drumguy560 have been modified several times with the changes mainly being made to the orientation of the parts. Printing this model could be a bit of a challenge with all of the necessary supports and lack of flat surfaces, but the end results make it totally worth it. It can be used not only as a costume prop but also as a showpiece.

Who created it? drumguy560

Who printed it? 79 people 3D printed this file (all remixes added).

Where to find it? The original’s on Thingiverse, but we recommend this easier print remix also on Thingiverse

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Iron Man Cosplay Props MK6 Suit

The assembled full body suit in all its glory.
The assembled full body suit in all its glory. Source: Thingiverse.com / Ken784

What is it? You can find many, many Iron Man models on the internet, some better than the others. However, there is one model that beats them all. DaDave on Thingiverse has gone the extra mile and made a fully 3D printable MK6 suit, for free!

Generally speaking, a 3D model of Iron Man armor can cost upwards of $250, and here you can get it for the cost of the filament. Apart from the model, you also get a lot of documentation on how DaDave made the suit, what hardware he used, and more. In case you were wondering, the suit is said to be uncomfortable but really cool aesthetically.

Who created it? DaDave

Who printed it? Both the maker and 23 others have 3D printed this.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Iron Man Cosplay Props Jarvis Headset

The assembled headpiece.
The assembled headpiece. Source: MyMiniFactory / Mike Syfritt

What is it? In the Iron Man 3 movie, Tony Stark had just made his MK42 prototype suit and used this headset to remote control it. The model requires two aluminum strips and a small acrylic piece to be cut out.

Who created it? Mike Syfritt

Who printed it? Mike Syfritt is so far the only one who has proven that this model is 3D printable.

Where to find it? MyMiniFactory

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Iron Man Cosplay Props MK42 Helmet

The MK42 suit next to Iron Man actor Tony Stark.
The MK42 suit next to Iron Man actor Tony Stark. Source: ScreenGeek

What is it? Tony Stark’s MK42 suit was the armor used in Iron Man 3 with new functions such as remote commands and the feature to attach to Tony’s body. It’s different than the others in both color and appearance. This MK42 helmet is proven to be both printable and movie-accurate, as it was shown in a Youtube video by Ronald Finger.

Who created it? devildog12

Who printed it? Ronald Fingerclaymore61ubcs86 have shown you can print this model.

Where to find it? RPF

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Iron Man Cosplay Props MK85 Helmet

A printed and finished MK85 helmet.
A printed and finished MK85 helmet. Source: Thingiverse / gavac

What is it? The suit from the latest Avengers movie was supposedly made of nanotech, but even though this one you can make yourself won’t be, it still looks awesome.

Who created it? DamaskProps

Who printed it? JPRanger18 and gavac have a 3D print of his model and 1,621 have also downloaded it.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Iron Man Cosplay Props Bonus: Arc Reactor stand

A printed stand for the arc reactor replica.
A printed stand for the arc reactor replica. Source: Thingiverse / Darkowski

What is it? It’s not a cosplay prop, but it is pretty iconic, so we decided to include it anyway.

When Tony Stark arrives home in the first movie, he gets help from his assistant Pepper Potts to replace his arc reactor with a new one. Pepper Potts keeps the old arc reactor and places it onto a stand with the text: “Proof that Tony Stark has a heart.” The gift, later on, saves his life when Obadiah takes his arc reactor from his chest in order to power the Ironmonger suit.

Tomhulk did a great job in making an accurate accessory to the arc reactor by yonatanorion on Thingiverse.

Who created it? Tomhulk

Who printed it? Tomhulk and one more person have posted them successfully printing this model.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

Feature image source: Thingiverse/DaDave

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