Toy X-Wing Fighter

by owenscenic, published

Toy X-Wing Fighter by owenscenic Jan 20, 2010

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Model for a small x-wing fighter from Star Wars. Currently does not have the laser things at the end of the wings.

It uses some of the 3mm filament as a connecting 'dowel' for the two pieces.

Modeled in Vector works.

As soon as I have tie this weekend I will print this and post a picture. Also I will make the laser things for the wingtips. After that I will post the source files.


Print front and one of the two back pieces.
Separate from raft and make sure center holes are clear
Cut some of your 3mm filament to use as a connecting dowel.
Glue the filament in and the two halves together using the appropriate glue

Start flying

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i printed it at about .4 scale to make it the right size for x-wing tmg (i'm using them as z95s so i like the closed wing).

To get the noses to print smooth i had to print like 3 at a time so the plastic had time to cool. If i did one at a time it got a crazy spiral as the next layer was printed on a still "gooey" layer below. I also turned up my fan and slowed the print speed and then the noses came out perfect.

Thank you! And, my 3 year old son thanks you!

Looks neat. I might try making one with a [email protected] machine this week.

how did you clean up the part ? after printing it looks all manky.