I love the great detail that metaform3d put into his 1/4 scale Battle Droid.
But..... Why so small?
I scaled it up 400%. I printed the head and found that it was AWESOME!
It took over 400 hours and 4+ rolls of plastic to print this MASSIVE build. It will stand on its own if it is leaning up against a wall but i made a wooden stand that used velcro to hold it to the back
When the backpack is added i will scale and print too.
BIG Thanks to metaform3d for adding the backpack. i have sized it up 400% and sliced it for printing on a Replicator 5th. I have not printed it yet so i have not tested if it needs support turned on or not. But it looks like they won't need support. If you want to add the 2 antennas at full size i plan to use wooden dowels.
I do not have a good blaster file yet but i have found a few and i am testing them to see what scale i need to get them up to to make them fit perfectly.
As metaform3d said before...
This is an original creation based on designs from the movies. I & metaform3d retain no rights to the design which presumably belongs to LucasFilm and Disney.
Assemble the pieces with a strong glue. Use clamps to hold the parts together until it was ready.
Here's the cool part. I used Neodymium magnets to hold the joints together. This allows them to move freely and come apart for easy travel.
Some of the parts are uploaded in both Hollow and solid. This is your choice. I used hollow at this size for less plastic. You will be able to print many of the parts without support but your mileage may vary.
The part name is first the side is second and if it has a number it is what part of that whole part. The word hollow is added if i uploaded a version that is hollow and not there if it is solid.
1st part name = shin_400
side of part = _R (R for right L for left as you face it from the front)
if there is multiple parts it will have a number next to it= 1