This Suzuki SJ 410 body is about 1:9 and fits an Axial SCX10 or RC4WD Gelände 2 chassis (or any other rails with 415mm lenght). The wheelbase is about 275mm
All of the parts have to be glued or can be screwed together. I used Ruderer L530. That glue dissolves the parts that shall stick together and gives a solid connection.
Most parts are printed in PLA laying on the heatbed. That means more parts but easy to print. The transparent parts for the lights are made from PETG. The windows are made of 1mm Makrolon® Polycarbonat.
If you use the ironing function from cura you have to take care of the top surface because some of the parts are non symmetric. I printed the parts with 0.16mm layerhight.
To print the parts you have to scale them to 10% of their size.
Basicly the body is finished. Some of the interior is missing becaus the chassis has not been finished and the planed 3Racing exReal Chassis didn't arrive yet.
Due to delivery problems I now used a scx10 frame with leaf springs and selfmade front motor mount.
Use the watch funktion if you want to stay informed about new/more parts!
Update: 19.02.2019 Small closed Cabin (like Jeep Brute); 2 Versions
a) Two Part Version for new Prints b) One Part if you already printed the body
Update: 02.04.2019 New Pictures
Update: 14.09.2018 STL List German > English
Update: 10.07.2018 Tire, Rim and Axle added > not functional
Update: 13.06.2018 Soft Top added (not yet printed)
Update: 12.06.2018 Outside Mirror added
For a leaf spring setup with axial SCX10 Rails I made some mounts and leafsprings that fit under the body. You can find the mounts an the leafsprings here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2956547
A front motor mount with a HSP Gearbox can be made with this thing: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3039759
As center plate (for different transmissions) you can use this thing: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3040630
If you want to make a Long Version (Wheelbase 310mm) you can use the Long Bed I made: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3100783
Very little Post-Printing needed...if you just want it the printed style
1) Remove the supports if you decide to print the parts laying on the heatbed.
2) If you want to paint the parts you can use sprayspatula to give it a smooth surface.
3) You also might go for wet grinding.
Making of .... some more details on Rockcrawler.de