Time and space exist in all things. And it exists in the Doctor as well. Across an immeasurable number of parallel universes exists a version of the Doctor that was granted an indefinite regeneration cycle. Regenerating in the year 41,216 TCT (Tardisian Compressed Time), the Doctor has assumed his 2000th incarnation, becoming an exuberant, adventurous, teenage Time Lord. His new companion, The Technician, he calls her, is a creative and loyal person who ends up saving the Doctor more times than he wishes to admit. That aside, he is still the same Sonic-Screwdriver-carrying, Ultra-clever, TARDIS-flying Time Lord we all know and love.
If you are having Button (P7) trouble, let me know and i'll make an update ASAP.
If you want a life-sized version of this , I would recommend using the 3MF files, however, if you are bent on using the STL's, a good Scale to use (as recommended by my School's 3D printing Representatives) would be 5000% as the STL's (in my dumbness) are very small. An update will be made soon so that the STL files are the correct sizes
P4 is unneeded, which is why it is not present.
Sand as needed.
The last file is a stand for said Sonic Screwdriver. It's an Autodesk sketch and revolution. Customize as you desire.
P5 needs to be a Transparent green. This is a force field resonator.
P2 is the primary emitter, and can be any color. All other parts can be printed in any color that looks like the metal casing of a Sonic Screwdriver.