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Star Wars ATST Walker - Ready to print - with instructions

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The model you can see on the pictures was printed with PLA 1.75 mm silver filament on an anycubic I3 mega printer with 0.1mm layers (printing temperature 200°C - base plate temperature 60°C). The scale of the model is about 1/50 and contains 36 unique parts. In order to assemble the parts, you're gonna need 19 CHC Screw M3 x 10 (ISO 4762) and 19 H Nut M3 (ISO 4762) as shown in the instruction manual. Feel free to contact me for further informations and your feedback.

3D printing settings

PLA Silver Filament
Printing temp 200°C
Base temp 60°C
Layers 0.1 mm
Supports - see instruction manual

  • 3D model format: STL and ZIP

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Hello, did you receive the files I sent last saturday?

Ok, will do that next saturday. Best regards.

Also I'm a bit confused would you not just need to send me a peg the diameter of the screw? I can scale the peg to the same percentage as the rest of the model then. :)

Ok, I'll prepare you a multiple parts solid model (step format). I just need to see how I share it with you because it will be to big to send by E-mail. Best regards.

And no its not super small, the peg would be fine if i scaled it down with the rest of the parts. Multiple pieces over one solid model would be better for the purpose as i want to sla some parts for detail and fdm the rest. Thanks for the reply!

No problem, I can e-mail it to you fi you give me an adress. What is the scale you want to use? If you want to make it a lot smaller, a plastic shaft won't work (the diameter will be to low), in this case I'll send you the full ATST model and you'll have to print it in one pièce, with supports, and it won't be articulated. I will not be available until friday, so I will probably send you that saturday or sunday. Best regards.

That would be great thanks, how would I obtain that? Would I have to re-download the file?

Hello, the model is about 280 mm tall (scale 1/50). If you want to scale it, you won't be able to assemble it with the standard screws. In this case, I can design a printable shaft to replace the screws, but you'll have to glue the parts to assemble it.

How tall is it when assembled? i want to print it for Legion so i need to scale it to the rest of the figures