Troops Transport of the galaxy war.
I based my work on the model of Thypus94. Wich was great but I wanted something easier to mass printing. This one can be printed without any support and can weather be armed or unarmed. I also add many details and few personalized doors, made door steps more thick...
For those who use fusion 360 you can use this link to download the last version of the file to easily personalise the middle part https://a360.co/2JeEUwY
Do not hesitate to ask me for more personalized doors.
I print it at 0.2mm layers thickness, 0.4mm nozzle, 5% infill, and details are still fine. Support are integrated and can be remove easily. 1.2mm thick for top/bottom/shell, nevertheless 0.8 could be fine too depend of your stuff and the moon of your printer.
If you got a average/cheep printer like me (anicubic mega i3) you may have some issue with the door, wich is painfull to insert, just print it at 99% or 98% size and you will be able to insert it easy.
I hope you enjoy guys.
Next I'll just rewrite the disclamer of the original work.
Special thanks to Outofstep for letting me use his GW policy section.
Trying to stay in line with Games Workshop IP Policy. If any GW employee or representative wishes me to remove or alter any designs, let me know and I will comply with expediency. Below I’ve outlined how I tried to comply with their policies.
Overall - None of these are exact replicas. I tried to add abit of my own take on things or modification to the design. Ei kitbash it abit. Additionally, all models should just be used for painting practice. Practice messing up a paint job on a print, not your actual GW model.
Copyrights - I tried to make sure a “significant part” was not the same. Style, yes. Copied, no.
Trademark - I’ve removed all specific Trademarks. Ex: Aquila
Non-commercial - I’m making no money from this
Professional Distribution - I’m not a professional artist, using any of these as a portfolio advertisement. Just a hobbiest tinkering
Damage our brand - Not doing that. GW IP is a pretty cool universe. Hence the reason I wanted to make models that “live” in it.
Make it clear you’re doing it unofficial - I’m doing this UNOFFICIALLY.
Use trademarks appropriately - I tried to remove all trademarks
Derivative Works - I believe most of these models would fall under derivative works, two are three models might not, but I think most do.
Non-commercial recasting and 3D printing - I have not scanned any of GW’s IP.