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  1. Armor Costume Plan 2020

    In the past one year, we have greatly improved our molding techniques and painting techniques. We also upgraded our quality control system to achieve continuously stable and high quality. Meanwhile, we have been raising our customer service standard to provide even faster and more active after-sale service in the market.

    By the end of 2019, we are proud to announce our plan for 2020. The gold is to achieve the best.

    First of all, we will complete the new wearable War Machine Mark I project and release it in around 2 months. We will start to take preorder starting from January 1st, 2020. We will ship out the first batch of the new War Machine orders by around the middle of 2020.

    And we will complete the Falcon project and release it in around 3 months.

    We will also complete the upgrade of the new wearable Iron Man Mark 3 in the first season of 2020.

    Meanwhile, we will work on the new wearable Star Wars Mandalorian Armor, one of the most popular armor costumes at the end of 2010. The project will start next month and completed within 3 months.

    In the 2nd season of 2020, we will work on the upgrade of the new wearable Iron Man Mark 43 and Mark 42 and complete it by around the middle of 2020.

    At the same time, we will work on the Iron Pepper Potts: the Rescue suit debuted in the Avengers: Endgame. So, Tony Stark, you will have both Rhodey and Pepper Potts on your side.

    In the last season of 2020, we will work on one more armor costume to close that super exciting and anticipated year. Let us know which armor costume you want us to build for you. We may do as you wish.

  2. The New Wearable War Machine Mark I Chest Add-ons

    We have to admit that the Hammer Industry did have the talent to shove all kinds of weapons into, well, mostly mount onto, the Iron Man Mark II and forcefully upgraded it to the War Machine Mark I. When we were working on the chest armor of the new wearable War Machine Mark I armor costume, we found it was really not an easy job to integrate all these motorized add-ons as well. It almost took us 4 months to complete the design of the 'weapon' structure, electronic parts, armor parts, and wearing system.

    For example, the M134 mini-gun mounted in the back armor made the center of gravity of the chest armor extremely close to the backside, we have to design a special structure to avoid the chest armor rotate backside. Another challenge is the Ex-wife which has a very fancy action of opening and closing in the movie. To realize that series of actions, we designed a sophisticated, yet still stable, mechanical structure to carry the well known 'ex-wife' missile.

    For the motorized back wing flaps and CO2 propulsion system which works based on dry ice vaporization, we redesigned it several times to allow it work continuously without icing the tunnel of the airflow.

    We also improved the light intensity of the chest Arc Reactor. You can adjust it manually to make it dimmer or lighter to the extreme.

    All these motorized add-ons and lights consume energy more and faster than any other armor costumes we have ever built, therefore we felt obliged to design a new battery solution for the War Machine. We do have received some very precious and useful advice from our customers and friends about the batteries, especially when met me Hiroshi in Tokyo, Japan 2 years ago. The new battery solution holds up to twelve 18650 lithium batteries and allows you to change batteries easily without taking off the entire chest armor. Another exciting feature of the powering is the 'easy-to-switch' external power source which can power the War Machine Mark I's electronic system via a plug with its opening in the back of the chest armor. You can switch between the battery powering and the external powering by a quick switch under the right shoulder cap.

    The Wearable War Machine Mark I Chest Add-ons

    The Wearable War Machine Mark I Chest Add-ons

  3. Happy Thanksgiving!

    As we take time to give thanks for the many blessings in our lives, you are one of them.

    During the process of designing and building each and every new armor costume, we always try to make all the aspects of our armors in the best way possible. That pursuit of the best causes delays in the release of new products. Sometimes that means we lost orders during the best season of a trending armor costume. Nevertheless, we consider it is our mission to build the best wearable armor costumes in the market so we do not compromise. What I can assure you is that they are all worth waiting for.

    I want to let all my friends who see this post know how grateful my team and I are and that your acknowledgment and patience are truly important to us. We won't let you down. Happy Thanksgiving!

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