May 4, 2019

45 Epic Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print

A Yoda for your desk? A laser sword pen holder? Or a battery powered walking AT-AT? Check out these epic Star Wars models to 3D print.

Looking for a new model of Darth Vader, a walking AT-AT or a real-life sized blaster? Look no further, you must.

With Episode 8 (and a couple of spin-offs) out and the general consensus ranking it marginally above Jar Jar Binks, what better way to turn back the clock and express your affection for the series with these classic 3D printable Star Wars models.

(A previous version of this article featured 50 Star Wars models, but IP protection action by Disney has put paid to a select number of them.)

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Rebel Alliance Ring

What is it: This is the Rebel Alliance ring worn by Rose in The Last Jedi. The iris mechanism actually works, and the only extras needed are two miniature screws. The maker has listed them along with a detailed video describing the assembly process on the link below. Different size 3D models are available to cater to different finger sizes.

Force Factor: The Rebellion lives on!

Who made it: Ali

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: For free at MyMiniFactory.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Darth Vader Statue

What is it: Everybody’s most beloved good/bad/in-between guy. If you were to get any Star Wars statue, then this should be the chosen one.

Force Factor: I find your lack of faith disturbing.

Who did it: Printed Obsession

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free on MyMiniFactory.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Stormtrooper Blaster

What is it: This is an accurate 1:1 scale model of the E-11 Blasters used in Star Wars A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back. Check out the maker’s instruction for equipping it with light and sound effects.

Force Factor: Pew Pew Pew.

Who did it:  Raymond Herbert

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free on MyMiniFactory.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print 3D Printed X-Wing Starfighter

What is it: Whether it’s blowing up Death Stars or getting muddy in a swamp, the X-Wing Starfighter is a Star Wars icon. This 3D printable X-Wing is best oriented vertically so you can preserve detail on the fragile laser cannons.

Force Factor: There’s no better way to get to Dagobah.

Who made it: Edmund Keefe

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print T-47 Snowspeeder

What is it: Best known for their canny appearance during the Battle of Hoth, these modified T-47 Airspeeders were used by the infamous Renegade Squadron to bring down at least a few AT-ATs. The pilots can be found here.

Force Factor: “Everybody has heard of the Empire’s victory at Hoth that day. What no one knows, though, is that without Renegade Squadron, nobody would have made it off Hoth alive.”Col Serra

Who did it: Aitor Baltziskueta.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from MyMiniFactory.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Kylo Ren's lightsaber

What is it:  This is a 3D printable model of one of the more iconic lightsabers in the Star Wars saga. The hardcore fans among you will know that this lightsaber design goes way back to the ancient days, but of course, it is most commonly known for ending Han Solo’s life.

Force Factor: Just don’t come to close to the Jedi Temple with it.

Who did it: Cemal Cetinkaya

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free on MyMiniFactory.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Boba Fett Statue

What is it: Who doesn’t know the most famous and deadliest bounty hunter in the galaxy? You can now clone your own, just like Boba’s “father” did. Just make sure there are no sandpits around for him to fall into.

Force Factor“Boba Fett? Boba Fett? Where?”―Han Solo, just before knocking Fett into the sarlacc.

Who did it: Printed Obsession

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free on MyMiniFactory.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Thermal Detonator

What is it: This thermal detonator from Star Wars can be 3D printed. The model has four holes for LED lights making it possible to bring this prop to life. The creator even has instructions on how to program an Arduino controller for the LEDs.

Force Factor: Used extensively throughout the Star Wars world.

Who made it: Roel Veldhuyzen

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Princess Leia Blaster

What is it: Used by Princess Leia in A New Hope as she attempted to evade Darth Vader and his Stormtroopers, this blaster should prove a simple print. Maker April Storm recommends 0.2 mm layer height with 10% infill.

Force Factor: Help me, Obi Wan, you’re my only hope. 

Who made it: April Storm 

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: For free at MyMiniFactory.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Star Wars Keychain

What is it? The next in our list of Star Wars 3D models is a 3D printed key chain. One of these belongs with the keys of every true fan.

Force Factor: Geek status obtained.

Who made it: takenby

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Lightsaber Pencil Top

What is it: A 3D printed pencil extension in the shape of a lightsaber handle. This is one of those must have items for those impromptu lightsaber battles.

Force Factor: Wield a lightsaber.

Who made it: Tarek Mustafa

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Jabba The Hutt

What is it: The late Jabba the Hutt in 3D printed form. Why go to Tatooine when you could summon Jabba the Hutt through your 3D printer?

Force Factor: He won’t be getting his payment from Han Solo.

Who made it: John Bryant

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

What is it: The next in our list of Star Wars 3D models is a 3D printed Millennium Falcon for cufflinks. There is a flat base on the bottom of the model, making it easier to glue the spaceship to a cufflink.

Force Factor: At least the cuffs on your shirt will be able to make the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs.

Who made it: Dominic Dell Antonia

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Darth Maul Statue

What is it: This statue can be printed in a single piece, or multiple parts if you want to express your inner Obi-Wan.

Force Factor“At last we will reveal ourselves to the Jedi. At last, we will have revenge.”―Darth Maul to Darth Sidious

Who made it: Printed Obsession 

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: For free at MyMiniFactory.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Star Destroyer Keychain

What is it: Make sure to keep these pesky rebels away from your keys with this cool-looking keychain.

Force Factor: These are not the keys you’re looking for.

Who did it: Matthys West

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: For free at MyMiniFactory.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Luke Skywalker Lightsaber

What is it: It’s Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber and it’s 3D printed. This Star Wars model consists of eight individual parts. The creator advises to remove any excess support material left over from the print and to glue the pieces together with hot glue.

Force Factor: “I see you have constructed a new lightsaber. Your skills are complete. Indeed you are powerful, as the Emperor has foreseen.”
―Darth Vader

Who made it: infinati

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

17

Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Low Poly Yoda

What is it: The next in our list of Star Wars 3D models is a 3D printed bust of Yoda. The low poly design actually fits this character quite well. The 3D print should take about seven hours using PLA at 0.1 mm layer height and 20% infill. Patience you must have, young Padawan!

Force Factor: It’s Yoda.

Who made it: steven_dakh

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Pinshape.

What is it: A 3D printed Star Wars logo. Each part of the logo, i.e. “STAR” and “WARS” has its own STL file. It is recommended to 3D print the logo using two colors, preferably black and yellow like in the photo. There are a couple of ways to do this. One can either use a dual extrusion 3D printer or tell a single extrusion printer to stop printing at a certain height for the operator to change the filament before resuming the print. If all else fails, just use some paint.

Force Factor: It’s the logo.

Who made it: jcarolinares

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Episode 7 Stormtrooper Helmet

What is it: A 3D printed Stormtrooper Helmet from Episode VII. There’s little painting to be done if you print it in a white filament.

Force Factor: Maybe Stormtroopers would have better aim without these.

Who made it: Jason McLachlan

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

20

Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Motorized AT-AT

What is it: It’s a 3D printed AT-AT that can walk around. How cool is that? This articulated walker features 69 pieces in total, is powered by a 9V battery, and is driven by a 90 rpm motor. The finished walker is about one foot tall. Check out the link  below for the full list of materials needed.

Force Factor: These beasts can be deployed just about anywhere. (Battle of Hoth)

Who made it: Dan Olson

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Star Wars Book End

What is it: The next in our list of  Star Wars 3D models is this 3D printed book end. This Star Wars themed model is a must-have for bookworms with a Star Wars streak.

Force Factor: The Star Trooper Book end doesn’t need to be touching the books to keep them upright.

Who made it: Matt Fritz

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Fillenium Malcon

What is it: It’s a 3D printed Millenium Falcon. This is a fairly large model that prints standing up on its back, i.e. where the engines are. It is recommended to try printing this Star Wars model with a slightly larger raft to keep it from tipping during the print. A good alternative to that expensive Lego set.

Force Factor: “This is the ship that made the Kessel Run in fourteen parsecs!”
“Twelve!”
―Rey and Han Solo

Who made it: Andrew Askedall

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Imperial Shuttle

What is it: The next in our list of  Star Wars 3D models is a 3D printed Imperial Shuttle. The wings on this Shuttle are hinged, allowing you to position them up or down. It is recommended to print this model with at least 3% infill and with three shells. If you ever need to sneak into an Imperial base, this is the ship to use.

Force Factor: Don’t forget the clearance codes.

Who made it: Andrew Askedall 

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

24

Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Imperial Star Destroyer Class II

What is it: This Imperial Star Destroyer Class II model prints in three parts. Supports are needed for the boosters and the first half of the ship.

Force Factor: No good times ahead once one of these bad boys appears out of hyperdrive. Except of course, if you align yourself with the Galactic Empire.

Who did it: Luka Verigikj

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: For free at MyMiniFactory.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Low-Poly Space Toys

What is it: The next in our list of  Star Wars 3D models is a 3D printed low poly Stormtrooper… ahem, Space Toy. Luckily, this Space Toy doesn’t have his blaster equipped. Who knows where he might shoot. This Star Wars (Space Fight?) model should print in less than two hours using PLA at 200 microns.

Force Factor: Go to target practice!

Who made it: Augustin Flowalistik

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print AT-ST Scout Walker

What is it: This is a 3D printed AT-ST Scout Walker. At 18 STL files, with some of them needing to be printed twice, this model is far from simple. The creator says there are alignment holes in some of the parts, requiring pieces of filament to line things up before gluing.

Force Factor: Not Ewok-proof.

Who made it: Maak Mijn Idee

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Han Solo Blaster

What is it: This blaster, known as the DL-44 blaster pistol is 3D printed. Han Solo used one of these pistols in the Star Wars films. It is suggested to print this model with 10% infill at 200 microns.

Force Factor: Han shot first.

Who made it: Matthew Elert

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

What is it: It’s a 3D printed cookie cutter in the form of the Rebel logo. Print this out before you bake your next batch of cookies. Also, what would a Star Wars marathon be without Rebel shaped cookies to snack on?

Force Factor: For true fans.

Who made it: Freakazoid

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Han Solo in Carbonite

What is it: It’s 3D printed Han Solo in carbonite. This is one of the coolest Star Wars 3D models in the list. Maybe print it with carbon infused filament for extra cool factor. This time, there’s no way Han Solo can get out of this bind.

Force Factor: Jabba’s prized possession

Who made it: gianteye

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print R2-D2 Egg Cup

What is it: It’s a 3D printed egg cup in the shape of R2-D2.

Force Factor: With all of R2-D2’s capabilities, maybe he can cook an egg as well.

Who made it: drmax

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Death Star Birdhouse

What is it: This is a 3D printed Death Star birdhouse. The files print out a sphere that is 100 mm in diameter. However, the creator mentions that this model can be scaled to whatever size needed, noting that the Death Star is 160 km in diameter. Files for the crater are also available if needed.

Force Factor“That blast came from the Death Star. That thing’s operational!”―Lando Calrissian

Who made it: plainolddave

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Lightsaber Stand

What is it: This Star Wars model is a lightsaber stand. Have lots of lightsabers? If, yes then look no further. There are lots of STL files with different nameplates for the different Star Wars characters. The stands can also be lit up with LED lights.

Force Factor: General Grievous wouldn’t have to carry all his lightsabers with him if he had some of these.

Who made it: Jesse Smith

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Star Wars Light Switch Plate

What is it: Change allegiance at the flip of a switch: the next in our list of Star Wars 3D models is a 3D printed light switch with “JEDI” and “SITH” labels for the on/off positions.

Force Factor: Only a Sith deals in absolutes.

Who made it: Chris LaMaster

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print K-2SO

What is it: A witty robot that made the ultimate robo-sacrifice to help secure the Death Star plans for the Rebellion, K-2SO can snark on in this 3D printable.

Force Factor: “Locking the vault door now. Goodbye.”―K-2SO

Who made it: Raphael Gatt

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

35

Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print U-Wing Fan Design

What is it: This is a fan designed 3D printable model of the U-Wing Starfighter/support craft from the Rogue One film.

Force Factor: These starfighters were used during the Battle of Scarif.

Who made it:  Andrew Askedall

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

36

Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Darth Vader Melted Mask

What is it: This is a 3D printable version of the deformed Darth Vader mask as seen in Episode VII. This Star Wars model was created by editing an existing model of Darth Vader’s mask.

Force Factor: Kylo Ren’s prized possession.

Who made it: Rob Peters

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Star Wars iPhone 6 Case

What is it: This is a 3D printable smartphone case for the iPhone 6, 7 or 8. It is suggested to print this model with a thin layer height so that the thinnest part of the back of the case consists of more than one layer.

Force Factor: Use the Force to keep your phone from hitting the floor.

Who made it: Anton Sombetzki

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Star Wars Snowflakes

What is it: These are some really cool Star Wars themed snowflakes. Anthony Herrera has done a really good job on the designs. Go check his out website. Aaron Roberts, a Thingiverse user, came along and turned the snowflake designs into 3D printable STL files. The files include Boba Fett, R2-D2, TIE Interceptors, and many more.

Force Factor: So this is what the snowflakes look like on Hoth.

Who made it: Aaron Roberts

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Star Wars Spinners

What is it: Star Wars themed fidget spinners, everyone! These were designed using the Star Wars snowflake models. There’s a good selection of fidget spinner STL files including Stormtroopers, Darth Vader, Kylo Ren, BB-8, Yoda, X-Wings, C-3PO, and many more. The fidget spinners are either two-spoked or three-spoked.

Force Factor: May the fidget spinner be with you.

Who made it: Scott Rose

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

40

Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print AT-TE Walker

What is it: The AT-TE walkers were “used by the Galactic Republic during the Clone Wars”, as described in the Wookieepedia article. This Star Wars model has a moving cannon and legs.

Force Factor: Captain Rex’s house.

Who made it:  outofstep

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Captain Phasma Helmet

What is it: This is a 3D printable model of Captain Phasma’s Helmet. The model consists of 14 STL files, so this won’t be the quickest or simplest 3D printing project out there, especially if that shiny silver finish is the desired outcome.

Force Factor: Brienne of Tarth’s double life.

Who made it: Manuel Think

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Rey's Speeder Bike Quadcopter

What is it: This is a 3D printed quadcopter version of Rey’s Speeder Bike. Rey built her speeder from scrap parts,  but you have the luxury of just whipping it up on your 3D printer.

Force Factor: Rey must be an aerospace engineer!

Who made it: Michal Themodelmaker

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print TIE Fighter

What is it: It’s a Tie Fighter, a 3D printed Tie Fighter. The designer modeled it from memory, which is pretty impressive because it looks really good. This Star Wars model either comes as one single STL file or as two halves.

Force Factor: Don’t spin out of control.

Who made it: AssertiveWall

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Star Wars - Dark Holocron

What is it: This is a 3D printable model of a Sith Holocron. Hidden Sith markings become visible when the Holocron is lit from the inside. This Star Wars model was printed on a Dremel Idea Builder at 200 microns.

Force Factor: Ezra Bridger knows too much.

Who made it: Mark Kotsamanes 

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: Free from Thingiverse.

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Star Wars 3D Models to 3D Print Death Star

What is it: This is a 3D printed Death Star. This is actually one of the coolest Star Wars 3D models in the list. The cool effect of having all the floors look real is achieved by 3D printing lots of individual discs before piecing them all together to create this awesome model. However, this Star Wars model is not free and must be purchased before the files can be downloaded.

Force Factor: Fully detailed and miniaturized.

Price: $6.50

Who made it: doodle_monkey

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model: For sale at Pinshape.

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