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January 21, 2016 AT 7:30 am

3D Printing a Detailed AT-AT from Star Wars

Kirby Downey shared on YouTube:

3D Printing a Detailed AT-AT from Star Wars

This is latest model I have created. This detailed0 AT-AT from Star Wars is modeled with a scale of 1:75 of the original. It has 15 points of articulation and show cases the interior of the machine. It consists of almost 70 parts and can be assembled without glue. The head and body had a M5 metal threaded rod for both alignment and strength.

Files available here:
https://www.myminifactory.com/object/17606


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