Luke Skywalker

by Skimbal, published

Luke Skywalker by Skimbal Nov 19, 2013
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He's just a backwater kid from the wrong end of the galaxy who is going defeat an evil empire....

and kiss his sister


Assemble using the arms and legs from:

Using the images as a reference, glue the colored parts into the front of the chest.

You will also need:

The Rebel Pilot Helmet:

The Lightsaber:

The Young Adventurer Head:

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I would like to print the chest in one go using my multimaterial Mendel. However that requires me to merge the four STLs. The orange chest piece appears to be in the wrong location so it's not straightforward. The other three STLs are fine and are correctly positioned relative to each other.

Is there any possibility you could fix that or post the original CAD files? Thanks!

The original sketchup file has been added to this thing

How long did it take you to print a full Luke?

I would estimate 4 to 8 hours print time, plus assembly