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This flexible 3D printing material is a cosplayer's dream
Cosplay and 3D printing go hand in hand. At any convention, most of the armor and helmets you see are made from either foam or 3D-printed filament, and a lot of the small delicate work is made on resin 3D printers to keep the details sharp. Most of the time though, 3D-printed armor is rigid and breakable. I have a Mandalorian helmet I've printed in polylactic acid, or PLA, that looks great but it chipped the first time I dropped it on the floor.