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Armor Model not working


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Recently i decided to make some armor and after a long time i finally got it in the game but the model is not loading... can anybody help?


Here is my code for making the ruby armor material, i believe at the top where it says ":ruby" is telling minecraft where to pull the model from, not sure tho. 

public enum ModArmorMaterial implements IArmorMaterial {

    rubyMaterial(Zenox.Mod_ID + ":ruby", 5, new int[] { 7, 9, 11, 7 }, 420, SoundEvents.field_226124_Y_, 6.9F, () -> {
        return Ingredient.fromItems(RegistryHandler.testitem);  });

    private static final int[] MAX_DAMAGE_ARRAY = new int[] { 16, 16, 16, 16 };
    String name;
    int maxDamageFactor;
    int[] damageReductionAmountArray;
    int enchantability;
    SoundEvent soundEvent;
    float toughness;
    LazyValue<Ingredient> repairMaterial;

   private ModArmorMaterial(String nameIn, int maxDamageFactorIn, int[] damageReductionAmountIn,
                     int enchantabilityIn, SoundEvent soundEventIn, float toughnessIn,
                     Supplier<Ingredient> repairMaterialIn) {
        this.name = nameIn;
        this.maxDamageFactor = maxDamageFactorIn;
        this.damageReductionAmountArray = damageReductionAmountIn;
        this.enchantability = enchantabilityIn;
        this.soundEvent = soundEventIn;
        this.toughness = toughnessIn;
        this.repairMaterial = new LazyValue<>(repairMaterialIn);

    public int getDurability(EquipmentSlotType slotIn) {
        return MAX_DAMAGE_ARRAY[slotIn.getIndex()] * this.maxDamageFactor;

    public int getDamageReductionAmount(EquipmentSlotType slotIn) {
        return this.damageReductionAmountArray[slotIn.getIndex()];

    public int getEnchantability() {
        return this.enchantability;

    public SoundEvent getSoundEvent() {
        return this.soundEvent;

    public Ingredient getRepairMaterial() {
        return this.repairMaterial.getValue();

    public String getName() {
        return this.name;

    public float getToughness() {
        return this.toughness;



And here is me making all the specific armor pieces (not sure if its needed but might as well add it.

        event.getRegistry().register(new ArmorItem(ModArmorMaterial.rubyMaterial, EquipmentSlotType.HEAD,
                new Item.Properties().group(ItemGroup.COMBAT)).setRegistryName("ruby_helmet"));

        event.getRegistry().register(new ArmorItem(ModArmorMaterial.rubyMaterial, EquipmentSlotType.CHEST,
                new Item.Properties().group(ItemGroup.COMBAT)).setRegistryName("ruby_chest_plate"));

        event.getRegistry().register(new ArmorItem(ModArmorMaterial.rubyMaterial, EquipmentSlotType.LEGS,
                new Item.Properties().group(ItemGroup.COMBAT)).setRegistryName("ruby_leggings"));

        event.getRegistry().register(new ArmorItem(ModArmorMaterial.rubyMaterial, EquipmentSlotType.FEET,
                new Item.Properties().group(ItemGroup.COMBAT)).setRegistryName("ruby_boots"));



and finally as you can see the files are tehre...


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