Kirby Downey 3D printable-bodied AT-AT


The rebels are in luck! The full plans for an AT-AT have been uploaded to MyMiniFactory. With knowledge of the inner workings, they’ll be able-bodied to take down Imperial forces like never before… or just have a lot of fun 3D printing and assembling a version of one.

3D printed AT-AT on MyMiniFactory

Kirby Downey spent a week to turn it into this representation of the famed All Terrain Arextra
d Transport (AT-AT), and spared no extra
detail. The version showcases 15 points of articulation, and consists of 70 individual parts. Even the laser guns move! Half the version showcases a cutaway view which reveals extra
details normally reserved just for imperial eyes. Today, there aren’t any stormtroopers within the transporter. But, turn it intoer Ricardo Salamao intends to turn it into figurine-sized pilots and stormtroopers to fish the fantasy.

Inside kirby downey's 3D printed AT-AT on MyMiniFactory

With different of a single M5 threaded rod, all parts are 3D printed. Downey has turn it intoed the parts to generate assists just in the places needed, so be certain to enable-bodied assist material prior to printing. All the pieces snap-fit together, so it is possible to assemble without glue. But, Downey chose to reinforce his own create with glue. A time-lapse video shows the entire create system, and highlights a few of the turn it into’s showcases.

If you desire extra
3D Star Wars versions, and so check out Downey’s profile for extra
intergalactic manufactures.

James Lefebvre

About The Author

James Lefebvre is a 3D printing enthusiast who is already studying Mechanical Engineering and Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He’s been hooked on 3D printing since he builta RepRapPrusa Mendel 4 years ago.

  • Matt Lyons

    Very rad. It is great to see young folks devoting time to a fewthing they love AND a fewthing which can assist them manufacture a living. You have discovered happiness.