Imperial force Light mech

Imperial force Light mech 3D print model


The model includes 6 types of weapons. Smoke, Saw and Missile are additionally available. Has articulated legs and weapon. Scaled for 28mm tabletop.

This model has pre-supported files (SLA). Please note that not all of our models have pre-supported files. Pay attention to the description.

All parts have been prepared and tested for 3D printing. We recommend to print in resin. Printing assumes the use of supports.

Update 20 May 2021 - added pre-supported files.

We will be glad to any suggestions and ideas for expanding the range of our models. We will also be grateful for a photo of a decorated model according to your vision.

Sincerely Yours, RedMakers.


  • Private Use Only,
  • No Derivatives,
  • Non-Commercial.
warhammer-3a8bbd 2023-07-01 09:09:40 UTC
I've just realized what's missing in this model: Magnetization slots! So annoying. I've just printed x3 hulls, but I forgot about multiple weapon options. I can drill the holes, but next time I will customize the model a little bit so that I can quickly glue magnets into the slots. Ah well, small problems. The hulls are looking very smooth, printed on my Saturn 2. I took a bit of a gamble and pre-assembled the hulls with the lower part - the chassis - and the exhaust, and the "cabin" parts integrated. It worked! I had to be careful not to create voids, and adding the extra supports was a nuisance, but now I have a super-easy-to-build model. I think the chainsaw should have an "arm" attachment. I might make a simple custom version myself in Blender.
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warhammer-3a8bbd 2023-06-30 16:20:48 UTC
I like the style of these walkers. They are "non-flashy", which is what I want for my ordinary infantry - plain, ugly, shooty-walky things. The hull is easy to add decorations to. However, I would recommend building the legs BEFORE printing because they are difficult to glue together. If you do what I did and pre-build the legs, either "block-in" the connector slots (especially where the lower-leg connects to the foot, and don't forget the triangular slot - the peg is smaller than the hole, so it still must be filled) or - more effective option - if you know how to use Blender, remove them. Check your work carefully for voids/gaps. It took me a while to make a set of ready-built, posed legs and to add supports to them, but it made my work-flow so much easier.
rentherat 2022-06-08 21:05:00 UTC
Really well put together files. Will look forwards to Printing/building/painting these little guys!
Imperial force Light mech
Custom License 
Imperial force Light mech
Custom License 
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3D Model formats

Format limitations
  • Stereolithography (.stl) (2 files)71.8 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2020-11-12
  • Model ID#2702952
  • Ready for 3D Printing