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Baby Yoda 3D Print You Can: 10 Cute Curated Models

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by Caleb Favela
Mar 5, 2020
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Baby Yoda is the internet's favorite force-using infant alien.Is the force with you? Get your very own 3D printed Baby Yoda now!

3D Printed Baby Yoda

The Child

Baby Yoda in the Disney series The Mandalorian
Baby Yoda in the Disney series The Mandalorian (Source: Wookieepedia)

It’s the alien that took the internet by storm and inspired many memes. “The Child”, or as many call him, Baby Yoda, is of a level of cuteness that deserves to be 3D printed. The selection of these little guys is endless, and it may be hard to choose which to print yourself. Don’t worry, however, we’ve gathered only the most adorable creations in our following list of 3D printed Baby Yodas.

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Smiling

It's Baby Yoda smiling at you
It's Baby Yoda smiling at you (Source: jubblernut via MyMiniFactory)

Just a Baby Yoda? No, this one is so much much; it smiles! If your desk needs some character or if you’re just feeling down, this Baby Yoda is sure to turn that smile upside-down. Not literally, of course, the creator mentions that this little guy isn’t using the force – he’s just reaching out.

You can print this model just fine with a few supports, but watch out with the hand. Users have noted it can be a bit fragile.

Who designed it? David Magginnis

Who printed it? At least 6 other MyMiniFactory users have printed this Baby Yoda. Although in its infancy (pun intended) being published in January, this looks like an awesome Baby Yoda. Give it a whirl.

Where to find it? MyMiniFactory

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In a Crib

A resin print of Baby Yoda in his crib
A resin print of Baby Yoda in his crib (Source: Tai_makes_stuff via Thingiverse)

This detailed print has our adorable little buddy wrapped up in his cozy crib.

You can print it and its stand separately, but you’ll still have to add supports – this one doesn’t levitate. Notably, its smaller details may require fine layer heights, a larger scale, or even resin printing.

Who designed it? Multiverse 3DDesigns

Who printed it? Nine Thingiverse users have made this Baby Yoda. It also has a tidy number of likes. Are you going to take the plunge and print this helpless baby in his crib?

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Enjoying Soup

A Baby Yoda mutlicolor remix of scolarijulio's origional
A Baby Yoda mutlicolor remix of scolarijulio's origional (Source: redxeth via Thingiverse)

Despite all that space travel and being hunted, this little guy looks content with life when he has his soup in hand.

This one prints with separate hands, cup, body, and head, making it easy to use multiple colors. Additionally, there seems to be a way to modify this print to make his head magnetically attach and move. Head over to the Instructable to see how.

Who designed it? scolarijulio

Who printed it? 12 Thingiverse users have made this Baby Yoda, and it’s also been downloaded 524 times, so it’s probably a decent print.

Where to find it? Cults

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Cookie Cutters

Baby Yoda in cookie form
Baby Yoda in cookie form (Source: mariospeed via Cults3D)

A common issue for those who love baking and printing is an excess of cookie cutters. Let’s add to the bunch. Here are a few adorable cookie cuts that you could just eat up.

From his crib or his robe, you can have a sweet and easy print for your next pastry batch. The maker provides four different depths: 0, 3, 5, and 8 mm.

Who designed it? mariospeed

Who printed it? So far, there have only been five downloads of this make, but the designer clearly had no trouble printing these cookie cutters. What are you waiting for?

Where to find it? Cults

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Rubik's Cube

The most puzzling Baby Yoda
The most puzzling Baby Yoda (Source: RedKB via Thingiverse)

There are many puzzling mysteries behind Baby Yoda, but until we uncover them, you can have fun solving this one: an incredible 2 x 2 x 3 Baby Yoda Rubik’s Cube.

The Print itself is 12 pieces that attach to a keychain Rubik’s Cube, which provides the mechanism. Although few have made this print, RedKB seems to help those with questions about making it. Additionally, he has a YouTube video in which he explains the creation of this curious puzzle.

Who designed it? RedKB

Who printed it? Apart from 937 downloads, two Thingiverse users have printed this puzzle. We’re guessing it’s a good bet that you’ll be able to print it yourself.

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Phone Stand

May the force be with your phone stand
May the force be with your phone stand (Source: Make And Repeat via Instructables)

Having trouble keeping your phone up? Let Baby Yoda and his force abilities help you out.

This print is more of a small project. Follow this Instructable to create a phone stand with a few added decorations. Of course, you can always print a stand yourself. Phone or mudhorn beast, this Baby Yoda will keep it still.

Who designed it? Multiverse3DDesigns

Who printed it? Five Thingiverse users have printed this Baby Yoda, but if you have trouble, the tutorial provided on Instructables gives some sound advice on prepping the finished make.

Where to find it? The print is on Thingiverse and the phone stand tutorial on Instructables

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Mandalorian

A finished Mando Baby Yoda
A finished Mando Baby Yoda (Source: capnjack41 via Thingiverse)

Mandalorians may not take off their masks, but this Baby Yoda doesn’t care. He’s has dawned his suit and armor and is officially the cutest Mandalorian ever printed.

The maker credits two other models that allowed him to hack this one together. He notes to increase the scale of the helmet by 1-2% in order to fit it comfortably and check the supports on the smaller parts.

Who designed it? John Voorhees

Who printed it? Only one Thingiverse user has printed this Baby Yoda. According to one user’s comment, it will help to reduce the layer height with their Ender 3 Pro to .12 mm to get a better print. Try it yourself!

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Lithophane

A Baby Yoda scene in this curved lithophane
A Baby Yoda scene in this curved lithophane (Source: takras via Thingiverse)

Immortalize the most adorable Baby Yoda scene in this curved lithophane.

The original maker suggests ensuring good bed adhesion and to be careful with scaling. Additionally, he lets us know which generator he used in case you want to go for a different snapshot of Baby Yoda.

Who designed it? darthelevator

Who printed it? Only one Thingiverse user has printed this rendition, but the comments suggest that there are many more successful prints out there. Go for it!

Where to find it? Thingiverse

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Box

A box to place your Baby Yodas
A box to place your Baby Yodas (Source: Edwin Ringersma via MyMiniFactory)

We’re not suggesting any spoilers, but this looks an awful lot like a Baby Yoda in carbonite. In any case, this box will go well with any other Baby Yodas you choose to print.

The model is printable altogether or separately in case you choose to change the color.

Who designed it? Edwin Ringersma

Who printed it? It seems the creator is the only one to have printed this box, so far. But it’s had a fair few views, so we can assume it’s a safe print.

Where to find it? MyMiniFactory

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Ears

The ears of Baby Yoda
The ears of Baby Yoda (Source: Steve Abrams via MyMiniFactory)

Yes, you too can sport majestic Baby Yoda ears (cuteness not included). Print and assemble this headband to give yourself Baby Yoda ears.

According to the maker, these work just fine in typical PLA and use #4 1/2″ screws to attach to each other.

Who designed it? Steve Abrams

Who printed it? Steve has printed more than a dozen of these along with a few other MyMiniFactory users. We can assume it’s a worthy print, as it’s been downloaded a whopping 579 times!

Where to find it? MyMiniFactory

(Lead image source: darthelevator via Thingiverse)

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