Model-X MK I 1-12 scale -

Model-X MK I 1-12 scale - 3D print model


Find my new studio scale MK II X-Wings here:

  • Red 3:
  • Red 5:

This is a 3D printable model kit of the famous Incom T-65 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 from the Hasbro 6 Inch Black Series (not included). STL-files for the astromech droid are included. If you choose to use a R2 unit from Hasbro, it needs to be cut to fit into the slot. 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.

These three pilots are available from Hasbro (you can repaint the helmet to be any other pilot, though):

  • Luke Skywalker: *
  • Wedge Antilles: *
  • Antoc Merrick: *


  • Articulated S-foils.
  • Articulated targeting computer.
  • Astromech droid with turnable head (R2 and R5); R2 can be lit.
  • Alternative parts for the different studio scale models are included.
  • 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.


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


Use the program 7-zip to extract the ZIP-files

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: 300x300x255 mm (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:

May the force be with you!

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coldfish 2023-11-18 08:13:41 UTC
Great work! Thank you !
karlu 2023-09-19 16:12:16 UTC
lkbhaase 2023-02-14 07:54:05 UTC
Wow, this ist really nice!
nerdmakerengineer 2023-01-19 21:34:36 UTC
Hey, yes it can be scaled up to 1/6. You just need a big enough printer or cut the parts accordingly. I even have some pictures of a 1/6 version, I can send you.
Item rating
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grawlix 2023-04-30 16:03:12 UTC
Very good over all - a few mesh problems in the wings, but nothing I couldn't deal with - I am scaling it up to 1/6th (original G.I. Joe figure size) - it is massive, but printing out quite nicely so far
grimpleton 2023-01-07 07:11:01 UTC
Awesome kit can’t wait to get started on it….Super huge, lots of details and variations to choose from….Can’t wait for the next project to be released….
bradders107 2022-12-22 11:50:00 UTC
Excellent model! Highly detailed and thorough instructions for assembly.
mrhemmings 2021-11-11 02:39:01 UTC
this model is absolutely wonderful and spot on with accuracy. Very happy that I found it and took a chance.
Model-X MK I 1-12 scale -
Custom No Ai License 
Model-X MK I 1-12 scale -
Custom No Ai License 
Response 96% in 6.6h

3D Model formats

Format limitations
  • Stereolithography (.stl)113 MB
  • PDF (.pdf)113 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2020-08-16
  • Model ID#2562222
  • Ready for 3D Printing