See the "Usage and Disclaimer" section for important information regarding this model.
Two different sized crates based on those seen on Lothal in the TV series Star Wars Rebels (S1E1 - "Spark of Rebellion"). Not entirely sure what they're for, but they were in the market scenes on Lothal, hence the name "Lothal Merchant Crate". Multiple crates can be combined to create makeshift barricades or just for scenery, and the larger crate can be oriented vertically or horizontally to offer heavy cover to trooper units (I think).
I ask that if you print this model please post a picture for others to see. I'd love to see one painted and/or on the battlefield :)
The miniature used for scale IS NOT MINE, all credit for the trooper model goes to sablebadger, who remixed dutchmogul's model to make it legion compatable.
Star Wars Legion - Scale Model Dummy (sablebadger): https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2859230
Sgt. Scalesby, the Miniature Scaling Dummy (dutchmogul): https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1465372
The design is optimized for a 0.40mm or 0.20mm nozzle, and 0.12mm layer height.
I also recommend using 4+ top layers to reduce gaps in the top surface.
Usage and Disclaimer
The end-user may:
- Print as many copies of this model as they wish
- Sell as many printed copies as they wish
The end-user may NOT:
- Claim that they designed this part
- Sell the .stl files or any associated files associated with this model
I am in no way affiliated with or endorsed by Disney, Fantasy Flight Games, Lucasfilm, Lucasarts, EA or any other stakeholders in the Star Wars franchise. I make no claim to any of the original designs my models are based on.
I am not responsible for what you do with these parts once you download them, and the end-user assumes responsibility for upholding the associated license once they download this part.
I reserve the right to change the license at any time, and it is the responsibility of the end-user to ensure they are aware of the license and what it entails. (I do not plan on changing the license as I wish to keep my files free for everyone while still allowing people to print and sell them to people who don't have access to a 3D printer)
- The end-user also assumes responsibility for anything that occurs when printing this part (i.e. if your printer breaks while printing this It's not my fault). I suspect this won't be an issue for anyone but you never know.