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10 Iconic Star Trek 3D Models to 3D Print

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by Anatol Locker
Nov 10, 2017

Star Trek enriched our pop culture with transporters, phasers, communicators and even replicators (the last two even became real). Here are the most iconic Star Trek models to 3D print. 

All these Star Trek 3D models are downloadable for free and can be 3D printed in just several hours with a 3D printer. If you don’t have a 3D printer at hand, you can have the Star Trek 3D models printed by a professional 3D printing service. To get the best available price, please use All3DP’s price comparison service.

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Star Trek 3D Models to 3D Print U.S.S. Enterprise

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What is it? It‘s the iconic starship Enterprise from the original series (TOS), of course! This is a fully modular fully snap fit, no glue required. If you are interested in what Starfleet also has in store, you can find more than 50 Star Trek 3D model starships on this page. They are all made for 3D printing, but a little bit more difficult to assemble.

Difficulty level? Low.

Who made it? Arnold Martin

Download this Star Trek 3D model at Thingiverse.

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Star Trek 3D Models to 3D Print Communicator

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What is it? This DIY Star Trek communicator model is more than just a ‘prop’ – you can make real cell phone calls with, thanks to the FONA Feather! This communicator model features a vibration motor, speaker, and microphone mounted inside the case. You can customize the buttons to call any number you want.

Difficulty level? High. You need some soldering skills. Assembly instructions and parts guide can be found at Adafruit.

Who made it? Adafruit Industries

Download this Star Trek model at Thingiverse.

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Star Trek 3D Models to 3D Print Combadge

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What is it? It’s the thing you use when meetings get too boring. Press this 3D printed combadge, wait for the chirp and say “One to beam aboard.” Comes with instant gratification (and maybe you’ll be transported out of the meeting).

Difficulty level? Medium. There are electronics involved, but no soldering is required. Full tutorial here.

Who made it? Adafruit Industries

Download this Star Trek model at Thingiverse.

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Star Trek 3D Models to 3D Print Geordi Laforge Visor

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What is it? This is a replica of the visor worn by LeVar Burton as Geordi Laforge on Star Trek: The Next Generation. This model was even signed by LeVar Burton at a Star Trek convention.

Difficulty level? Medium. You need glue a lot of brass rods to the 3D printed model.

Who made it? Drew Smith

Download this Star Trek 3D model at Thingiverse.

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Star Trek 3D Models to 3D Print Classic Phaser

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What is it? It the standard Starfleet Phaser model, which had it‘s debut in the original TV series. The principle is simple: The directed-energy weapon emits energy in an aimed direction without the means of a projectile. It transfers energy to a target to either “stun” or “kill.”

Difficulty level? Easy.

Who made it? Marco Antonio

Download this Star Trek 3D model from MyMiniFactory.

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Star Trek 3D Models to 3D Print Borg Cube

Image of Star Trek 3D Models to 3D Print: Borg Cube

What is it? The first official contact with a Borg cube took place in 2365 when the USS Enterprise-D encountered a single cube in System J-25. It didn’t turn out nicely for Starfleet. This 3D printable Borg cube offers a lot of details. You can even add a layer of 3D printed pipes for more authenticity.

Difficulty level? Easy. Print the sides and glue them together.

Who made it? Derek MacCallum

Download this Star Trek 3D model at Thingiverse.

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Star Trek 3D Models to 3D Print Klingon Bat’leth

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What is it? The “Sword of Honor” is a deadly weapon when used by a Klingon Warrior. It was introduced in the Star Trek lore by Worf in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Difficulty level? Easy. You can use Epoxy to get a smoother surface.

Who made it? Arnold Martin

Download Star Trek model at Thingiverse.

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Star Trek 3D Models to 3D Print 3D Chess

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What is it? Chess won’t go away in the 23rd century. You can see Spock and Kirk play a game of 3D chess in the episode “Where No Man Has Gone Before” or “Charlie X.” This is a 3D chessboard inspired by Star Trek, including a matching set of low profile chess pieces. It can be disassembled and transported easily. For “standard” rules of play, please visit this site.

Difficulty level? Easy. Print the pieces, glue them together and start playing.

Who made it? Alan One

Download this Star Trek 3D model at Thingiverse.

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Star Trek 3D Models to 3D Print Spock - Live Long and Prosper

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What is it? It’s a depiction of the Vulcan greeting, introduced by Spock in the original series. Pure iconic Star Trek.

Difficulty level? Easy. If this the easiest thing to print on this list.

Who made it? zaid macci

Download this Star Trek 3D model at Pinshape.

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Star Trek 3D Models to 3D Print Rank Pips

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What is it? Become the Captain of a Starship, just like you always dreamed – or at least, look like one. Made to be true to size (approximately) to those aboard Federation ships!

Difficulty level? Easy.

Who made it? 3D Central

Download this Star Trek 3D model at MyMiniFactory.

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