Are you a fan of Iron Man? Do you wish you could take on the role of this super hero?
Well, we know that deep down you really desire to be Iron Man! Actually, we know how much most every man dreams of being someone’s super hero. Well, thanks to this offer, you can do just that! Learn how to build your own Iron Man Costume, and soon you will be grabbing the attention of everyone in the streets! Ok, so maybe you won’t be walking the streets…..but you could be the coolest guy at the next Halloween Party! Better yet, you could use the suit to entertain at children’s birthday parties and make some money while living your dream!
Here’s what you’ll get as a member of our course…
- Material List (everything you will need for your Iron Man suit; found at Home Depot or similar stores)
- Step-by-Step Instructions Guide (follow this and you will be great)
- 3D Files (all the files of the suit designed in a 3D Software)
- Software Viewer (you will get the software necessary to view and print the files) Sorry – not available for Mac.
- Pictures (these will help you to know if you are in the correct path)
- VIDEO TUTORIALS: (Explaining the most important steps)
- And we will clear any doubt you have with our Customer Service
Get Full Access To Our Members Area and Start Building Your Iron Man Armor Costume Now!
Only a Small One-Time Payment to Receive LIFETIME ACCESS – No Hidden Fees.
You’ve seen Iron Man in the movies and the comics…why not see the Iron Man in YOU? Build your very own Iron Man Armour and be the envy of all your friends. Ever since the release of the first ‘Iron Man’ film in 2008, the Marvel character has become a certified cultural icon, with his likeness appearing on everything from children’s backpacks, to Burger King meals, to boxes of frozen pizza.
Iron Man’s Suit is close to becoming a reality. Lockheed Martin is one of several companies in the process of developing untethered exoskeletons reminiscent of Iron Man’s suit. Their Human Universal Load Carrier (HULC), is meant to help soldiers carry loads of up to 200 pounds, at a top speed of 10 MPH for prolonged periods of time. The first commercial sale of an exoskeleton for medical purposes occurred in September of last year. This could signal the start of an era where powered suits are available to anyone with the cash, experts say. Still, don’t get your hopes up just yet — these things can currently go for as much as $70,000. Wow! So, if you don’t have $70,000 lying around, and you love Iron Man as much as we do, why not check into this deal and build your own Iron Man suit from fiberglass? Step by step instructions…..and you can live out your dream of becoming a superhero (C’mon, we KNOW you’ve thought about it!)