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Mandalorian 3D Print: 10 Most Epic 3D Models

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by Benjamin Goldschmidt
Dec 13, 2019
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Star Wars, you love? We've compiled some of the best designs from the Mandalorian. 3D print everything from the finest armor to some handy weaponry.

Mandalorian 3D Prints

Mandalore's Legacy

With a large enough 3D printer, even a full size Mandalorian helmet can be easily printed
With a large enough 3D printer, even a full size Mandalorian helmet can be easily printed (Source: Noe Ruiz via Blogspot)

Print or print not, there is no try.

If you’re looking to hunt down some space smugglers and extraterrestrial thieves, you’ll soon realize that Mandalorian equipment is without a match in quality and reliability. And what better way to get some than 3D print it?

Here, we’ll show you various prints from the new Disney+ series, from mantelpiece-worthy figurines to cosplay-quality weaponry, not to mention the cutest little Force-wielder you’ve ever seen!

We have spoken… Let’s get to the prints!

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Mandalorian Rifle

If you're going to be collecting bounties, you're going to need some protection from this Mandalorian rifle
If you're collecting bounties, you'll need protection (Source: Grafit via MyMiniFactory)

If you’re ready for an immense 3D printing challenge, this full-size Mandalorian rifle is probably just right for you.

This 60-inch rifle (when printed to its full size) is cosplay-ready, and full instructions for the build are given. In addition, considerations for banned items at various conventions are discussed so that you can use this without issue.

Who made it? Rob Pauza

Who printed it? This model has been printed using PLA on various printers. There’s even a build video.

Where to get it? MyMiniFactory

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Mythosaur Skull

The mythosaur skull is the symbol of Mandalorians everywhere
The mythosaur skull is the symbol of Mandalorians everywhere (Source: Funerall via Thingiverse)

The iconic symbol of the Mandalorians, the mythosaur skull, can now be printed for use as a keychain!

Interestingly enough, some users have altered the skull to be part of a stand for a video game controller to ensure they live by the righteous Mandalorian code.

Who made it? Funerall

Who printed it? This model has been made in PLA by an Anycubic i3 Mega printer.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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IG-11 Droid Bounty Hunter

Who could forget the deadly droid bounty hunter IG-11
Who could forget the deadly droid bounty hunter IG-11 (Source: Teo Torriatte via Gambody)

You might just initiate self-destruct after seeing this incredibly detailed IG-11 droid bounty hunter from Gambody.

This poseable droid of destruction is sure to strike fear into your enemies’ hearts. It comes with lifetime support for 3D printing, ready for a variety of printing formats, such as FDM, SLA, and even SLS. In addition, the author gives very specific print settings for Cura, Simplify3D, and Slic3r for optimum prints.

Who made it? Teo Torriatte

Who printed it? This model has been test-printed on an Ultimaker 2 with PLA.

Where to get it? Gambody

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Mandalorian Helmet

This Mandalorian helmet is the perfect start to your next cosplay
This Mandalorian helmet is the perfect start to your next cosplay (Source: mikelb0013 via Thingiverse)

Ever wanted to join the Mandalorian Guild and become the most ruthless bounty hunter in the galaxy?

Print this full, scalable Mandalorian helmet and you can ensure your friends will pay a hefty bounty of jealousy at your next cosplay meetup.

Who made it? jstayton26

Who printed it? So far there have been over 20 successful makes, including on printers like the Anet A8 and the Da Vinci Jr.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Glowing Jawa

This Jawa can be printed as a single piece!
This Jawa can be printed as a single piece! (Source: Jukka Seppänen via MyMiniFactory)

If there were Hoarders of the galaxy, they would be the Jawas. If you aren’t careful, these tiny little scavengers will steal parts of your ship right out from under your nose!

This impressive single-piece Jawa print contains a location to illuminate the inside, so that the eyes glow just like they do in the Mandalorian.

Who made it? Jukka Seppänen

Who printed it? This model has been proven to be printable without supports.

Where to get it? MyMiniFactory

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The Child (Baby Yoda)

Baby Yoda
Already showing promise with the Force (Source: seanmcmurray via MyMiniFactory)

Print me, you will. This is the print you’re looking for.

This incredibly cute print of “the Child”, also known on the internet as “Baby Yoda”, has taken the web by storm. While this model is of course adorable, it’s also fully scalable, printing well in smaller sizes for use as a gaming figurine.

Who made it? Christopher Frieze

Who printed it? This model has been printed in PLA on various printers, including the Creality CR-10 and Monoprice MP Select Mini, among many others.

Where to get it? MyMiniFactory

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Mandalorian Blaster

The Mandalorian blaster is a perfect weapon for getting out of tight spots
The Mandalorian blaster is a perfect weapon for getting out of tight spots (Source: Drewbdoo via Thingiverse)

If you get into combat during your hunts, you’ll likely need to keep an all-purpose weapon handy for tight situations.

This Mandalorian blaster is a smaller handheld weapon that’s sure to impress at the next convention. Interestingly enough, this blaster is actually a real weapon, the 1894 Bergmann no. 1 pistol, with a few small modifications for television.

Who made it? Straeker

Who printed it? This model has been printed with a Kossel 250 in PLA.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Razor Crest Ship

This Razor Crest ship looks so good it's hard to tell that it is 3D printed at all
This Razor Crest ship looks so good, it's hard to tell that it was3D printed... (Source: BulldogUK via Thingiverse)

In order to collect bounties across the universe, you’ll need a ship. Conveniently, we’ve got the perfect Razor Crest waiting in the spacedock – you just need to print a few pieces and she’ll be fit for fighting!

This model, still being developed by several makers, is fully 3D printable and, with some significant work, can look just like the real thing (albeit a “bit” smaller).

Who made it? aaskedall

Who printed it? This model has been made six times in various materials.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Mandalorian Knife

This Mandalorian knife will certainly keep you safe on those dangerous missions
This Mandalorian knife will certainly keep you safe on those dangerous missions (Source: CraigTibbits1983 via Thingiverse)

In case you get into close hand-to-hand combat and need a weapon during your bounty hunting, this is the perfectly-crafted weapon for you.

This full-size knife features interchangeable blades, so you can personalize your look for your next cosplay.

Who made it? tonybloke

Who printed it? This model has been printed on an Elegoo Mars in resin as well as on a Creality CR-10S in PLA.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

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Mandalorian & Yoda

Mandalorian & Yoda
Those painting skills! (Source: Raph00 via Thingiverse)

Last but certainly not least comes the Mandalorian himself, with the Child in tow. Little needs to be said about this remix – it’s straight-up awesome.

Given the detail and the floating Yoda, getting this print right might take a little extra effort. But once you’ve got it, you won’t be disappointed.

Who made it? TheJollyRedBeard (remixed from models by Velrock and Multiverse3DDesigns)

Who printed it? With 9 impressive makes and 2,879 downloads since being uploaded on the 2nd of December, this model is clearly on the rise.

Where to get it? Thingiverse

(Lead image source: edm00se via Thingiverse)

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