SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule 3D print model
What is this?
This is a 3D printed scale model designed based on the SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft – which was used in the Demo-2 mission!
Background: SpaceX has become the first private company to launch human beings into orbit, after its Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft – carrying two NASA astronauts – successfully blasted off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Saturday the 30th May 2020. On the following day (Sunday the 31st May 2020), SpaceX’s new Crew Dragon spacecraft successfully docked with the International Space Station (ISS), marking another major milestone for SpaceX’s first crewed mission of the Crew Dragon!
Inspired by the successful launch of the new SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft, I decided to make this 3D printed model, which can be used not only to inspire more children to become astronauts in the future, but also to pursue STEM careers when they grow up.
Scale: 1/27 Overall dimensions: Trunk Diameter (without fins): 130mm, Height (top of Nose Cone to bottom of Trunk): 290mm Total number of 3D printed parts: 62 Material used: Ultimaker PLA 3D printer used: Ultimaker S5
How to print and assemble this model by yourself?
If you have decided to purchase the STL files to make this model by yourself, please follow the link below for full print and assembly instructions. https://morethan3d.com/dragon-ms-how-to/ If you come across any issues, please do not hesitate to contact us via email@example.com