This is the 3D model I created from scratch of the ID10 Droid from the Star Wars game, Battlefront II. These files provide the basic parts to put together an ID10. The images in this post do NOT include the hand and feet grippers. There are hand and feet files included in various poses. Files available on my Etsy Shop.
This file contains ten (12) .STL files meant for 3D printers. Please read the points below before purchasing and contact me with any questions! =)
NOTE: I have personally printed these files on my printer.
- Important points:
- The arms need to be attached per your preference, the ball joint just wasn’t trust worthy.
- I’ve included the UNCUT version of the head for those with a print bed larger than 8″ x 8″ (he’s about 7″ or so. Personally I don’t like printing near the edge of the bed).
- The UNCUT version’s top doodads and antennae holes are in a slightly different position.
- There is an area for a basic tealight (I found remote control ones, they are kinda awesome!). If you are an electrical wizard then by all means use other types of lights/LEDs. You may also drill more holes in other ‘eye’ areas for more lights.
- Attach the legs as you see fit, they are meant to be “hinged” like the model. I used “Threaded Posts with Screws” from Lowes or “Chicago Screws” as I’ve heard them called (nylon, plastic or rubber washers may help these from not coming undone with positioning him). You can also find these on Amazon. If you want details on that, let me know.
- Arm joints are using 3/8″. Brass rod or dowels to attach per preference to bottom (I even slices off some of the top cylinder so it would sit flush against the bottom)
- Top most leg joints that connect to the bottom use a 2.5″ (or 2″ + 0.5″ extension)
- The rest of the legs use a 1″. Lower leg will need a small washer to give it another few millimeters.
- I recommend using some type of rubber/silicone washer to keep things snug and not coming loose when posing him.
- You can also use dowels for ALL the joints if you like.
- If you want to permanently position him, then use wooden dowels and glue.
- There are indentations for small magnets on the bottom piece and washers on the top. This may or may not be a firm hold, depending what you use. If you are holding him from the bottom then you’ll probably be OK.
- I used wooden dowels for his antenna. Depending what you find it may fit right in the existing hole or file it open a bit.
- Always be careful with your droid!
If you have any other questions or would like to know how I did certain things not explained in this post, let me know and I’ll add it.