Over the years, we’ve created articles and video tutorials that have blueprints and templates associated with them. All of those free files are now in one place–this page! Feel free to download and use them to make your own prop and cosplay creations. If you do use them, do me a huge favor and tell your friends where you got them and share the tutorial videos. Thanks!

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All templates and patterns available on this page are intended for personal use only, never for resale or profit.

3D Print Files - Please Do:

Print as many copies as you like for you or your friends.
Mold and cast your 3D prints
Sell 3D prints from the files or castings from molds made from those prints.
Credit me and link to when you share your prints on social media or if you have product listings for any printed or resin kits that you’re selling.

3D Print Files - Please Do Not:

Sell the Files

Basically, do whatever you like with your 3D prints made from these files, but please don’t sell the files. Thanks!

How to Make your own Templates

All of our pattern and template related video tutorials are gathered over on this page.
Also, Bill has an in-depth video tutorial for Inkscape template creation on our store!

How to Download the Blueprints

  • Some files will open as a .PDF in your web browser. Right click on the file and save as a .PDF.

  • Some files will download in a .ZIP folder, since they’re multiple pages. Open the .ZIP folder to unpack your files.

  • Make sure the download is complete before opening or moving the file, which may corrupt the file.

How to Print the Blueprints

  • We like to use Adobe Reader to view the .PDFs and print the blueprints.

  • Some of the newer blueprints are split up into multiple pages for printing on a Letter size paper.

  • When you choose to Print, make sure to uncheck any “scale to fit” options and choose “actual size” in the print settings.

  • For the blueprints that aren’t split up into pages, in Adobe Reader, there’s a Poster option that will automatically split up the large print into the desired paper size.

  • For the blueprints that aren’t split up into pages, you can also get them printed on a large format printer. We like to go to our local FedEx with the .PDF on a thumb drive.

Free Blueprints:



Armor & Accessories



Mass Effect


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