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Classic Lara Croft (Tomb Raider) 3D print Figure/Figurine

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3D model description

STL Scale is in mm, & at 1:6 scale (default).

Height is 28cm, and width & depth are 18cm at 1:6 scale with Detailed base.

A 1cmReferenceCube is included. If it measured 1cmx1cmx1cm (or 10mmx10mmx10mm) in your slicing software of choice
then the scale is correct. But do feel free to scale up or down as you wish.

Model is splited into pieces for easy painting and printing for most resin & FDM printers.

Use Lowerbody if you want pants with the porches holes. Print 4x Ammo Porches. 1x Mini Porch.
If you do not want Ammo porches & mini Porch, use Lowerbody_No Porch, the holes for the porches fitting will be covered.

You can hollow the pieces (for SLA) to save material & weight, as you wish. I printed without hollow, but you do you.
Hollowing is NOT recommended (& unneccesary) for FDM, and may result in unwanted "spahetti"

The longest piece on Lara is ArmLeft at 113mm long. But it can be printed at an angle which will make it easily shorter than 100mm in any direction

There are 2 bases, the Groundplate_Basic as well as the detail base (4 sub-pieces). depend on your preference.
The Groundplate_Basic can be used as mounting support (with the fitting pins) for making your own custom base (Glue/Screw to a bigger custom base). Have fun!

The Detailed base pieces are about 115mm in dimensions but can be tilted when printed to reduce dimensions when printing.

See Chitubox screenies as a guide for orientation. Using default supports & raft & add additional supports as needed will do fine. The model has been separated into easily printable parts.
As long as you orientated parts at about 30/45 degrees as shown in the Print reference pictures (even if you use other slicers like Lychee), you should be fine.

The orientations should work fine on FDM as well.

However, these are only guides, which work well with my Printer. If you find better print orientations, and better support, feel free to use them.


File/sand off to remove material for the joint pins (if too tight) or glue/paint/putty them (if too loose) as necessary. They are designed to be slightly loose so filing/sanding should be minimal.
Superglue (preferably watery type like Army Painter super glue) should work well if too loose between parts.

If you use the detailed base (4pizza pieces) , be sure to test fit the shoe pinholes to the pins on the base, with the bottom half-assembled (Lower body, KneeLeft, KneeRight, SHoeLeft, ShoeRIght).
Note that the left shoe pin on the base is thinner than the right shoe pin to compensate for tolerances.

I suggest priming & paint the pieces separately before assembly. Then assembled them, then do final touch up if needed, & end with a clear coat. Or you way prefer clearcoat before assembly...
You are Picasso, paint how you wish.

That's about it, I hope you enjoy printing, painting, assembly & detailing as much as I do.

3D printing settings

Technical Info in Chitubox that I used:
Machine: Elegoo Saturn S
Resin: Anycubic Grey (Basic), 405nm
Print Setting:
Layer Height 0.025mm
Bottom Layer count: 5
Exposure Time: 2.5s
Bottom Exposure time: 40s
Transitional Layer Count: 10
The rest of the setting is default
Support Setting:
Raft Shape; Skate
Heavy support
(everything else is default)

3D printer file information

  • Design number: 704965
  • 3D design format: ZIP Folder details Close
      • 1cmReferenceCube.stl
      • AmmoPorch.stl
      • ArmLeft.stl
      • ArmRight.stl
      • DetailedBaseQ1.stl
      • DetailedBaseQ2.stl
      • DetailedBaseQ3.stl
      • DetailedBaseQ4.stl
      • GroundPlate_Basic.stl
      • Head.stl
      • KneeLeft.stl
      • KneeRight.stl
      • Lowerbody.stl
      • Lowerbody_NoPorch.stl
      • Miniporch.stl
      • ShoeLeft.stl
      • ShoeRight.stl
      • Upperbody.stl

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  • Publication date: 2022-04-25 at 10:16


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