MakerBot Print is our newest print-prepration software, which supports native CAD files and STL assemblies,
allows you to interact with all your printers via the Cloud, and many other exciting new features.
I wouldn't think of this as a beginning project bcs it's just a lot of reworking and technicalities that may or may not make it possible for someone who is just starting out. ill just list a few things that might get in the way of success.
-you need to know about sizing and proportional stuff
-there's a lot of post-processing
-there are a few things in the files that may be a little faulty or flawed (no offense to the designer/s)
-because of those flaws the files may need to be reworked (but maybe some of the problems would have bee fixed in remixes
-lots of filament needed (i think i saw someone say 19 rolls of 1-kilogram spools)
-of all the stuff u might need for the project, it might get expensive. (19 kilograms of filament + filler + paint + sandpaper + other stuff)
-it will take a lot of time and if ur willing to work on it for hours upon hours i guess it's ok
-you will need to know how to slice well with good slicing software
-you will probably print some parts multiple times for trial and error and to get a good slicer setting
theres a lot of other things that might be a problem but im just here to warn u. dont take this wrong im not trying to discourage u im only trying to help.