Han Printed First

18 Galactic 3D Printed Star Wars Props

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Star Wars Episode VII – The Force Awakens is a huge hit. If you’ve enjoyed the movie, why don’t you fire up your future technology (3D printers) to prepare 3d printed Star Wars props and gimmicks?

If you don’t have a 3D printer at hand, you can have the parts printed by a professional 3D printing service. To get the best price for the pieces, please use All3DP’s price comparison service. Remember: Han shot first!

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #1: BB-8 Ball Droid

A cute little ball droid- that actually moves! (source: Thingiverse)
A cute little ball droid – that actually moves! (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? A 3D printed Star Wars BB-8 Droid as a toy that can be used with Sphero – or as a standalone figurine.

Force Factor: Rolling they see it. Hating they are.

Download: Free from Thingiverse.


3D Printed Star Wars Prop #2: Star Wars Cookie Cutter

Don´t bake them too dark. (source: Thingiverse)
Don’t bake them too dark. (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? 3D printed Star Wars Cookie cutters in the shape of the Star Wars Imperial’s and Rebels’ Logo.

Force Factor: These are the cookies you were looking for. Great for the Star Wars marathon until Episode 7 launches in December.

Download: Free from Thingiverse.

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #3: Darth Vader Bust

See what´s behind the mask. (source: Thingiverse)
See what’s behind the mask. (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? A 3D printed Darth Vader bust that also reveals his true face. Just take the mask off for a look at Darth Vaders head.

Force Factor: This is really dark.

Download: Free from Thingiverse.

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #4: Death Star Birdhouse

Life and Death, close together. (source: Thingiverse)
Life and Death, close together. (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? This piece was made for the Birdhouse Challenge competition. A nice little birdhouse in the shape of the Death Star.

Force Factor: A great battle station (for birds) as long as you cover the thermal exhaust port after printing.

Download: Thingiverse.

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #5: Salt and Pepper Shakers

Season your meals in style. (source: Thingiverse)
Season your meals in style. (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? 3D printed Star Wars Salt and Pepper Shakers in the Shape of a Stormtrooper Helmet and Darth Vader’s.

Force Factor: The Ying and Yang of the Force. Tastes better if combined.

Download: From Thingiverse.

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #6: Mini-Troopers

Their blasters are pretty useless though. (source: Thingiverse)
Their blasters are pretty useless though. (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? An open source mini figurine of a Scout Trooper – not too complicated to assemble.

Force Factor: Building your own 3D printed Star Wars toys is always cool.

Download: Free at Thingiverse.


3D Printed Star Wars Prop #7: Luke Skywalkers Lightsaber

Printable in 8 parts. (source: Thingiverse)
That’s printable in eight parts. (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? It’s Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber, 3D printable.

Force Factor: “Your weapons, you will not need them”, Yoda.

Download: Thingiverse

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #8: Light Saber Earring

Nerdy earrings for Star Wars afficionados. (source: Thingiverse)
Nerdy earrings for Star Wars aficionados. (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? A 3D printed Lightsaber earring.

Force Factor: Never loose it. Never. Or you’ll might loose a hand.

Download: Thingiverse.

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #9. Lightsabers with Glow Sticks

Just like the real thing. But smaller. (source: Thingiverse)
Just like the real thing. But smaller. (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? That‘s clever: All of the 3D printed lightsabers lack the “light” in “saber”. These lightsabers work with glowsticks, which makes them much cooler.

Force Factor: The weapon of a Jedi. En miniature.

Download: From Thingiverse.

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #10: R2D2 Egg Cup

These are not the eggs you are looking for. (source: Thingiverse)
These are not the eggs you are looking for. (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? If you want to start your day Star Wars style, this is the one for you – your trusty R2D2 as egg cup.

Force Factor: R2 in the morning is going to make every morning better. Especially mondays.

Download: Thingiverse.

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #11: R2-D2 Highly detailed

R2-D2 stands for Second Generation Robotic Droid Series-2 (source: Thingiverse)
R2-D2 stands for Second Generation Robotic Droid Series-2 (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? R2 again, this time it’s a high detailles model of our favourite droid.

Force Factor: Printed in high resolution, our little friend R2 looks plain awesome.

Download: Thingiverse.


3D Printed Star Wars Prop #12: Imperial March

What is it? This file makes your 3D printer play the Imperial March.

Force Factor: This is a must especially before you print a Darth Vader bust. And a fun way to experiment with gcode.

Download: Instructions can be found at Thingiverse.

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #13: Switch Plate, Version 2

You must choose your side. (source: Thingiverse)
You must choose your side. (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? A light switch cover. Switch to Vader to go to the Dark Side, or choose Luke to stay on the light side.

Force Factor: The Dark side can save you some money.

Download: Thingiverse.

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #14: Thermal Detonator

Looking harmless, right? (source: Thingiverse)
Looking harmless, right? (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? A replica of a thermal detonator, the Star Wars equivalent of a hand grenade.

Force Factor: Looks great when you put LEDs in it, use it as a Christmas decoration or to threaten Jabba the Hutt.

Download: Thingiverse.

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #15: Star Wars Lego Blasters

Any Lego Star Wars collectors among our readers? (source: Tinkercad)
Any Lego Star Wars collectors among our readers? (source: Tinkercad)

What is it? Blasters compatible with Lego mini figures in different shapes.

Force Factor: Your Lego Star Wars figures can never have enough blasters. A good addition for any set.

Download: Download from Tinkercad.

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #16: Han Solo Blastech DL-44

Is this one of the 3D printed guns everyone talks about? (source: Thingiverse)
Is this one of the 3D printed guns everyone talks about? (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? Parts to convert a Mauser replica into Han Solo’s Blastech DL-44.

Force Factor: “It’s very dangerous putting them together. I don’t think the boy can handle it.” Mace Windu

Download: Thingiverse.


3D Printed Star Wars Prop #17: Han Solo in Carbonite

This sculpture is worth 250,000 credits. (source: Thingiverse)
This sculpture is worth 250,000 credits. (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? Han Solo, the smuggler we all love, frozen in carbonite.

Force Factor: A key element from Episode V / VI you can exhibit as the expensive art piece called “Man in Carbonite”.

Download: Thingiverse

3D Printed Star Wars Prop #18: Keyring

Romantic or pragmatic? (source: Thingiverse)
Romantic or pragmatic? (source: Thingiverse)

What is it? Keychains saying “I love you” and “I know”, as Han Solo answers Princess Leia’s love confession.

Force Factor: Not the most romantic lover’s oath, but maybe one of the best lines by Harrison Ford.

Download: Thingiverse.