TIE FIGHTER 3D PRINTED

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Rockhopper2

New Member
OK guys I have uploaded all the files to my Etsy shop for those that want to have a go at this; A hub for 3D printable STAR WARS files by IMPERIALPRINTHUB

I don't think u will get the wings on a Mars...even a Saturn is gonna be tough. I'm aiming to print everything on my prusa i3
Thought the Mars was optimistic! I had forgotten just how big a studio scale tie is! As long as i can do the detail parts in resin i'll be happy!
 

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nivektunk

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Good morning,
Files look great. I've checked and all will easily fit on my Phrozen Mighty 8K when it arrives. You can still print many of the files on the Saturn. Wings are a bit big for the Saturn, but seem okay on the Phrozen Mighty 4K. I did a quick slice and support. I'll wait and do them on the 8K, but I can do all the other parts on my Saturn and 4k. Can't wait to get started.
Cheers,
Kevin
 

GEEK1138

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Thanks Rockhopper...that's a very useful question - no, there are many parts. All of which do fit on a Prusa 13 mk3 but some parts can be resin printed.

So, inside are; Chair/Pilot/Steering yoke/Steering hub

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Interior shell/Back door/Dashboard/HUD

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Then the shell itself; Pylons/Shell front/Shell back/Lid/Base Plug/Window
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Or u can print the whole shell but not have the interior shell;
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Then the wings are 6 parts split along the ribs with an inner and outer Wingstar
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I have everything printed now so I will show my build process as I go
 

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GEEK1138

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Hmmm...I'm not sure printing the main sphere in 2 halves in resin is a good idea...resin tends to warp a bit and deform when it cures from soft to hard. Probably be fine printing the whole ball in one piece though. For me it will be just the greeblies.

Here's most of the parts printed;
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GEEK1138

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So, got the main components assembled. My approach for attaching the wings was to have 2 bolts to fix the wings thru the pylons into the shell. The bolts can be cut to length and the washer and nut tightened to brace the whole thing together and then fit the outer wingstar

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All feels pretty solid;
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I'm gonna hang it to display, once I've added the lights
 

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