August 10, 2017

I have been getting a ton of e-mails lately from people asking when and if I’d be pushing files for the Titanfall Jump Kit I showcased at the beginning of the year out. I am going to apologize for being so slow on this – I usually don’t like to share files until I’ve had a chance to print and test them. As of time of this writing, I haven’t actually completed the jump kit yet, though I’ve gotten everything printed out. Life gets in the way sometimes. Fortunately, a member over at has demonstrated that the parts do work – he contacted me via e-mail, commissioned a set of prints of the files I had from me, and his finished results speak for themselves. Even though I’m linking the thread, I’m going to take the liberty of rehosting the images here, just in case the images he attached in his thread disappear (as links are wont to do sometimes!)

He did a pretty great job with it. I’ve included a few images below so you can see the general breakdown and assembly. For more specifics about parts and design, I’d suggest you see the earlier post covering that very topic.

There’s still a number of extra holes and loops on the model, mostly because I am not sure how the design will be attached to the pilot body yet, but I imagine that’ll be something each person will want to do differently anyway.


This is a set of files for producing your very own Titanfall 1-style Jump Kit. The finished product spans a width of almost 16 and a half inches (417 mm) and is designed to ...
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    March 26, 2019

    How can i contact you, because i am a big fan of Titanfall i also go to Comic Con as one but i need a jump kit. what i am asking is how do i buy the one shown on this website