With a new episode star wars around the corner the power grows strong in all of us. But man, the goods cost a lot of money. Here’s a good example: you can download and print these 3D printable props for free!
Of course, you will need access to a 3D printer to do this. If you don’t have one, head to your local hacker space. local hacker space. local hacker space. to use it. Otherwise, get the best 3D printer for your budget. and start rolling out the props star wars .
They make for perfect budget geek gifts for Christmas, or they could be something you keep for yourself. Either way, it’s a cheap way to get a taste star wars .
1. Kylo Ren wearable mask
Let’s start with the mask of the new big villain, Kylo Ren. This is a large helmet that won’t fit some of the smaller 3D printers you’ll have at home. But this broken version in eight parts should fit. You still need to know how to solder how to solder to put it all together, but hey, good things don’t come easy.
2 Kylo Ren Lightsaber
You have a mask, now take your blade. Kylo Ren’s lightsaber has caught everyone’s attention as it’s the first new design in a long time. The 3D printed model comes with a guard that emits smaller lightsabers. This is the most successful lightsaber we’ve come across, so rest assured a lot of others have done it too.
3. Lightsaber lightsaber
You no longer need to have a stick to copy the most famous weapon from » Star Wars» . And this 3D printed lightsaber hilt is also equipped with a glow rod! That’s right, your lightsaber will actually look like it’s lit. The original model uses a standard 6″ incandescent bulb, but you’ll probably want to use a longer one for effect. You will never have a real lightsaber. you will never be truly luminous so that’s the next best thing.
4. Sith lightsaber with innards
It’s always better when a DIY project comes with a video. The team at Adam Savage’s Tested has created a stunning Sith lightsaber hilt. And just to get a little more out, it has a cutaway design to show what’s inside the lightsaber. Fake, of course, but the man looks cool!
5 Han Solo’s DL-44 Blaster [больше не доступен]
The original space cowboy, Han Solo, was quick to draw and never hesitated to shoot first. Next to him was a DL-44 blaster, which can now be printed in all its glory. It has a lot of components and you will spend some time cleaning and assembling them. But at the end you will have a blaster to compete with any commercial models.
Every child’s favorite character The Force Awakens — a small droid BB-8. You can make your own companion with this print, which is probably the easiest of them all. The manufacturers say the parts fit perfectly and it’s as easy as it gets. The only apparatus you will need is a heat gun and some sandpaper to round off the sharp corners. Come on, make your cat or child’s day.
7. Fillennium Malcon
This is the most famous 3D printing from the universe star wars . Over 500 people made it and 15 people did the remix. Replica of the famous Han Solo spaceship, model Millennium Falcon, has amazing detail (except for the funny upside down title). It also scales to size, so you can print it small enough to fit in the palm of your hand or large enough to display on your mantelpiece. Cheaper than buying a LEGO Star Wars toy toy a?
8 Imperial Star Destroyer
What a great 3D printed project this is. And it’s pretty big! Imperial Star Destroyer, first seen in «The Empire Strikes Back» printed in three parts. You will need a full size 3D printer for this, not a miniature one. All three parts can be aligned and glued together with crazy glue. This can be an incredible gift for anyone.
Luke Skywalker is not just a Jedi Master, he is also an accomplished X-Wing pilot. Here is a replica of what he flew to destroy the Death Star. It prints in two halves that you will need to glue together and then paint on. Make sure you have a knife and some sandpaper, as this is a detailed creation that will require some incision.
10. Motorized AT-AT Walker
AT-AT walkers are huge mechanical beasts ready to strike at anything in their path. Stepping is important and that’s why this motorized AT-AT model is the coolest 3D print ever. It uses 69 different little parts that you need to assemble. You will also need to buy a motor, a switch, and a 9V battery clamp, which should cost about $15. But check out the video to see what an amazing end result! And like the original uploader said, there’s a better remix of parts you might want to print instead of his own.
11 Yoda Bust
Every nut star wars there should be a bust of Master Yoda for worship. The most interesting thing about this is that it is also a copy used to test 3D printers. A bust of Yoda can tell you exactly how accurate your 3D printer is capable of doing the job. Make sure you get some green paint to make the Master look right.
12. Figures of Darth Vader and Stormtrooper
The first thing you should print is the amazing low poly figures of Darth Vader and Stormtrooper by Flowalistik. This is a simple three-part print: head, body, and connector. The action figure is about 130mm tall. You might want to print some stormtroopers so Vader can have his army with him.
13. Star Wars Fidget Spinners
Fidget spinners are very popular these days, but Bluetooth is best avoided. However, you can get your geek out with a Star Wars spinner. Choose from Yoda, Darth Vader, Kylo Ren, Boba Fett, BB-8, Stormtrooper or C3PO to print your own. Set the bearing in and you are ready to spin.
14 Star Wars
The Star Wars universe is so much more than the movies alone. In fact, the mythology is best told in books that every fan should read and every fan should read. And what better way to display these books than with logos? Or instead of books, you can use it as a DVD or Blu-ray holder. While this project is technically still a work in progress, it is ready to be downloaded and printed.