STAR WARS X-WING 3D Printable 3D print model

This is a 3D printable model kit of the famous Incom T-65B X-Wing, used by the Rebellion in several Battels to fight the Empire. The scale of the model is 1/12 to fit the pilot and a (modified) R2 unit from the Hasbro 6 Inch Black Series (not included). The 3D model is highly detailed to replicate the studio model used for filming in the original STAR WARS Trilogy. It is designed like a giant model kit. You print it piece by piece and then assemble it. The STL-files have a high resolution to achieve great print results.

Features

  • Articulated S-foils.
  • Articulated targeting computer.
  • The canopy can be displayed closed and open.
  • The finished model can be mounted on a threaded stand or it can be displayed landed with the included landing gear.
  • The kit includes two ladders, if you want to display the X-Wing in a hangar scene. (One for the pilot and one for the hangar staff.)
  • Cable routing for lighting is possible.

Data

Length: 1060mm

Width: 870mm

Hight (with S-foils locked in attack position): 335mm

The fully assembled model weighs around 5kg (depending on your infill ratio).

166 STL-files for 3D printing

1 STL-file complete X-Wing, for viewing purposes only

Info

You purchase digital STL-files for 3D printing! All files are tested and successfully printed with an FDM printer and assembled by me. Recommended printer build volume for the native scale: 350x240x255 (WxDxH) The model kit was designed that all details are visible when printed with a 0.4mm nozzle. If you scale the model down you should consider a thinner nozzle. The parts are not oriented in the ideal printing orientation by default. Orient them in a way that fits best for your printer. Choose suited support structures, if needed. The download includes a PDF with further information and instructions.

For more pictures of the finished model and making of, please visit my Instagram: @nerd_maker_engineer

For some video impressions visit:

https://youtu.be/SUxNJJH4eOM

https://youtu.be/L6XjmnLeqzE

May the force be with you!

  • ppaulbeer78
    2020-10-12 16:45
    looks absolutely amazing. Just doesn't fall in my price range. great model
  • rrwinningham
    2021-01-04 20:41
    That is incredible!! Unfortunately, I have a smaller printer. What are the dimensions of the largest printed "part?"
    • nerdmakerengineernerdmakerengineer
      Author
      2021-01-05 11:27
      Hey, thank you very much! The biggest parts are the two parts that form the "X" (part X-1 and X-2 inside the X-Wing (see picture 21)), where the wings are attached. The dimensions are: 405x210x71 mm. The second biggest parts are the wing parts. Dimensions: 283x194 mm. The laser canon barrels are 399 mm long. But I recommend to do those out of brass/aluminum tubes. Try fitting the parts diagonally on you build plate. Or you can cut the larger parts into smaler parts with meshmixer. There are also many 3d-printing services out there, that can print the big parts for you. I hope this helps :)
  • rrodrigo-sifuentes-1977
    2021-01-15 01:07
    hi, does it suitable for 6" SW Black series Figures?, also im new at 3D printing, and going to receive my CR-10S5 printer in a couple of days, can you help me with the filler settings and the support settings?
    • nerdmakerengineernerdmakerengineer
      Author
      2021-01-15 14:51
      Hey, yes it fits the 6" SW Black series Figures. I designed the X-Wing especially for those. Although you need to cut the R2-unit in half to put it into the X-Wing. But the pilot fits without any modifications. Wow, the CR-10S5 is big :D Regarding infill settings: I printed most parts with 5% infill (to save print time and weight). The parts X-1.stl and X-2.stl (where the wings are attached) should be printed with at least 15% infill, that the parts are strong enough. 25% is probably even better. It is difficult to make suggestions for support settings. It depends on the orientation of the part on the build plate, how good your overall print settings are, how good the printer is at bridging, the used slicer, etc. But the standard Cura support settings are a good base to start with.
    • ppsimon
      2021-01-27 03:21
      I will be ordering my resin printer soon and am looking for SW subjects to print. Will these STL files work for resin printing at a smaller scale (1/24) ?
      • nerdmakerengineernerdmakerengineer
        Author
        2021-01-27 14:32
        Hey, yes it works beautifully. I just got my resin printer a couple weeks ago and I printed the STL files in scale 1/24. All details came out perfect. The only thing to keep in mind is, that the clearances between the parts were designed for the 1/12 scale. So some sanding is necessary for some parts to fit together (Maybe better print settings will also help. Mine aren’t dialed in 100% yet.). And you should hollow the nose and some parts of the fuselage in the slicer to save some resin. If you send me a PM, I can show you some pictures of the resin parts.
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      3D model formats
      • Stereolithography (.stl)98.6 MB
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      3D model details
      • Publish date2020-08-16
      • Model ID#2562222
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