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Star Wars - AT-ST Scout Walker
One of the most legendary and wel known robots from the Star Wars movies.I took the outline of the model from Google Sketchup user Guinlann, split it into printable pieces and added some chamfers here and there for some easier printing. I also removed some detail here and there to make it more pr...Miniatures
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One of the most legendary and wel known robots from the Star Wars movies.
I took the outline of the model from Google Sketchup user Guinlann, split it into printable pieces and added some chamfers here and there for some easier printing. I also removed some detail here and there to make it more printable.
There were a few errors in my own 3D STL's which were repaired by Germany-based Sven Grundmann. Credits to those guys for adding the awesome base 3D model and their help on getting the STL's printable!
The AT-ST Walker consists of 19 parts (18 STLs available, Kneepad goes
twice). Some of them are unique but many of them are mirrored versions.
1x Body part
2x Head back detail left (1x right, 1x left)
1x Head main part
1x Head mouth gun part
1x Head top part
1x Left ear gun
1x Left ear
2x Leg foot (1x right, 1x left)
2x Leg thigh (1x right, 1x left)
2x Leg hip (1x right, 1x left)
1x Neck piece
1x Right ear gun
1x Right ear
Have fun printing! Don't forget to show the result! :-)
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- Printed on:
- ultimaker 2 Go
- Scaled down to 40% of original size of the large model, printed well with some caveats: - Some details lost, mainly the thin rods on the legs. I replaced them with some steel wire. - The "ear" gun got a bit too blobby. - The holes that fit filament in the original model got an odd size, but I gave it some strength with steel wire. - Only legs and body required supports I used: - Sliced with Cura - 0.25 nozzle - 0.1 mm layer height for all parts except the knee pads, they were 0.06 mm - Double or triple nozzle diameter walls/shell - 0.4-0.7 mm top layer thickness depending on part - 15-20 % infill - Supports for the legs and body where needed
- Some tips on balancing would be good, managed to do it on my own but was a bit tricky. Would also love to make the lower leg part ("foot") posable.
- Printed on:
- ultimaker 2
- Great Design and size
- Could include more detail on the back but overall the look is great and well achieved
- Printed on:
- Ultimaker - The Ultimaker 2
- Great result!
- AT-ST: Printed at scale, layer height 0.1 mm, 50 mm/s, 20% infill. Base: Printed at scale, layer height 0.2mm, 80 mm/s, 5% infill. Both: 220c on nozzle, 60c on the bed, fan at 100% from 0,5mm up. http://youtu.be/UQ_eUouWrBA Awesome model, looks really cool! I spent a good deal of time placing the pieces in cura, since not all the pieces were orientated the way i wanted them. I got away with everything on 2 buildplates and everything came out OK to GREAT. Assembly was a bit of a pain but not to bad, there are holes in some of the joints which you can fill with filament(3mm) to strengthen and align with. I used superglue to adhere the pieces, and that worked great. Unfortunately the model did not stand on its own, maybe i could have balanced it better when i assembled it but i dont know. Instead i just designed and printed a BASE and just glued it to that! Looks pretty good IMO :-)
Thanks! Even though the base model was already done it took quite some effort to make it more printer friendly. The base model was simply too detailed.
Wow, this is an awesome model :) Thanks, and may the force be with you!