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Space 1999 - Eagle With Science Pod and Booster

by alpokemon Nov 18, 2018
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The booster rocket cones don't slice. Also how is the science pod supposed to attach, the original pod used the blocks.

I updated the Booster. Since I plan to DLP print this, I left some parts as separate shells. I don't use CURA but it slices fine. I've updated the Booster and now there's a Booster only file for FDM printing.

As to how it attaches, it should fit on the grid of my Eagle 1 (same scale). It just glues to the top rail. The Science Pod lengh just squishes in and glues in. I didn't put the alignment cubes in but I can if you need them.

To the way you are printing that, your bottom resolution would be pretty bad from all the needed support. I would chop the model to minimize support. I would split it along the horizontal and glue the top and bottom halves together. It will have a much better outcome and reduce print time. Good luck.

Hi. Great design.
Is this scaled for the 22" Eagle?

Yes, thanks for the Gerry Anderson models. I loved Space 1999 and Project U.F.O. as a teen, and have been giving them a lot of thought lately. I used to have a metal Eagle model, I wonder what happened to that . . .

Thank you for the models!

No Problem! I'm on a Gerry Anderson kick right now. Shows are un-watchable (really bad dialog) but hey it's sci-fi and loved it as a kid.