This is the robot from the icy snowy planet in the Fifth movie and not screen accurate. Model is finished and print verified. This model is best printed at 100% scale on FDM. SLA/SLS - go as small as you'd like. I find on FDM, 120% to 130% scale works really well and all the details show super nicely.
Dec 27, 2017 Update - Added a new bottom which changes the orientation fo the legs and some bottom hardware. See instructions below. Enjoy.
Nov 27, 2017 - Added a new head with a rounded top and better antenna nubs. Also added a new body top and a thinner lower body. I removed all the split heads because the split along the seam on the model - prints well but makes it harder to assemble. I would suggest splitting it vertically between some of the eyes and then laying that edge to the build plate.
Printing the Model:
- Print 3 sets of the LongLeg 1,2 &3
- Print 2 sets of the ShortLeg 1 & 2
- Print 5 of the claws of any mix and match between the 3 styles
- Print one head of your choice.
- Print one body top and one body bottom
- Print display post with higher infill
- Print the base - Hoth
- Glue the body top to body bottom. You can align it to the full body or anyway you like.
- Glue the head parts together.
- For the legs, glue the upper and lower and the claw. Position them the way you like and then glue to the bottom body
- Use the peg to hold the head to the body. This allows the head to spin on the body. You know for that critical missed shot against a big hairy monkey and that bag of mostly salty water named Nan.
- Glue the display post to the display stand
- For the long range comm antennas, I did not include them. You should take a piece of filament and heat it up and stretch it out. Cut 2 equal length pieces and glue on the antenna nubs. There's no point in trying to print these since it can't be done.
I split this model so you can minimize support scarring. The Empire is coming. We've picked up something outside the base in zone twelve, moving east.