TIE Outland Fighter 3D Printing Model

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TIE Outland Fighter 3D Printing Model

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includes routing please be patient


includes routing please be patient

Average Time
[0.1mm] Wing Panel : 1h
[0.1mm] Wing : 4h 25m
[0.1mm] Landing Gear Cover : 10m
[0.1mm] Landing Gear : 35m
[0.1mm] Hatch Window : 10m
[0.1mm] Hatch : 10m
[0.1mm] Frame Window : 15m
[0.1mm] Frame : 15m
[0.1mm] Body : 3h 10m

To celebrate Star Wars Day (May 4)

we have developed a TIE fighter that many customers have asked for. But there are already many TIE fighter designs. That’s why I designed the TIE Outland fighter from Mandalorian.
A distinctive feature of the Outland LED fighter is that its wings (solar panel) are folded. And there is a chassis.
The folding design of this wing (solar panel) is reproduced, and the wing (solar panel) is fixed by pressing into the pylon of the wing both folded and unfolded. It can be moved in the unfolded or folded state, but it can hang out, so it is recommended to select and fix it with glue.

The chassis can optionally be replaced and installed.I have developed special supports for stable printing, so remove them and assemble them.Thanks to this, the previously developed “Millennium Falcon” and X-wing can be used to recreate the battle scenes of “Star Wars”.

We hope you and your fans enjoy Star Wars Day with Fab365 Star Wars spaceships.
“May the force come with you”Scale 1 : 72The largest part in print, size = X 116 mm, Y 96 mm, Z 61 mm

build video

Use Gatsby hair gel.

“Gatsby hair gel.” strengthens the grip of the bedding..
If you apply this, it will protect the coating and increase the grip strength, and the print will easily fall off even after printing. After using all kinds of hair gels, the best solution was the “Super Hard Styling Gel” from Gatsby in Japan. All other brands of hair gels have not had much success.

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