Han Printed First

18 Galactic Star Wars 3D Models & Props to 3D Print

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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 great Star Wars props and 3D models to 3D print?

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!

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Free from Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Free from Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Free from Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? From Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Free at Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Thingiverse

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? From Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Instructions can be found at Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Thingiverse.

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Download from Tinkercad.

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

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Thingiverse.

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”.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Thingiverse

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.

Where to get this Star Wars 3D model? Thingiverse.