The following web site is a gallery only site for my personal TK Armor costume.
There is nothing advertised for sale on this web site, it is designed for informational purposes only.
The pieces displayed on this site are not a licensed product and are not endorsed or sponsored by any studio,
production company, or entertainment company. There is no mention of any specific film or film characters either real or fictitious.


It has been mentioned that a few builders are claiming the images on this site are their own product. Using similar acronyms or spelling, i.e., 'armour' instead of 'armor', or the letters M, T and or K instead of 'MyTKArmor'. Please be careful. If another builder is claiming these images as their product, please contact me for verification.


Plastics: Good vs Bad

Hey, it's plastic, not magic! This stuff isn't Kevlar, it's not some unknown element from a galaxy far, far away, it's plastic.

While it is plastic, the quality of the plastic does make a massive difference, which in turn, means a better appearance and a suit which will last for many, many years.

Thinner plastics and simple styrene will most surely crack with the least bit of handling, whereas a thicker ABS will not.

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene is an extremely high quality plastic used for wing tips, signs and thousands of commercial applications around the world. It contains an elasticizing polymer which gives the material strength and flexibility. It's a wondrous material which also has a higher UV resistance than most plastics.

The kit displayed on this site was formed using custom bright white .090 ABS with a beautiful high gloss acrylic cap. The armor seems to glow under convention lights, it's just gorgeous!

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Last updated: 09/01/16.