Update: I'm not happy with the shells that are being produced on my 3D printer. I am upgrading them to nylon SLS printed shells, but this will mean a delay of a few weeks. I have updated the first post with this information. Price remains the same.
Update: My wife sprung a surprise basement development on me (where my workshop is) so I've been busy hauling everything into the garage for storage. Spooling up again tonight in a new location and will be printing off the shells. Once that is done, it's just some post processing on...
Typically ScoobiJohn, users here make props freely until they get a C&D letter from the rights holder. Most studios etc only care about what we do when they have licensed to an official prop/toy maker etc....
I'm seeing a lot of print lines in your 3D printed components; such a neat project it would really shine if you took the time to do some post-printing finishing like using filler primer and some sand paper.
Oh wow another build of this fine model! Awesome.
I did one as well and added tiny screws everywhere I could as well for the realism factor. A lot of that kit looks like it's printed in resin, must have cost someone a lot of money.