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Luke Skywalker Lightsaber

cm: 5.5 w x 5 d x 28.5 h
in: 2.165 w x 1.969 d x 11.22 h

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File Name File Size Time / Filament Object Size
(x/y/z mm)
1.91 MiB 1 h 56 min 1 m 36 x 32 x 32 Download
0.20 MiB 1 h 25 min 1 m 27 x 34 x 34 Download
0.40 MiB 6 h 58 min 4 m 99 x 34 x 34 Download
0.17 MiB 1 h 34 min 1 m 28 x 33 x 33 Download
0.69 MiB 3 h 18 min 2 m 27 x 47 x 47 Download
0.11 MiB 2 h 54 min 1 m 52 x 23 x 27 Download
0.37 MiB 6 h 47 min 4 m 66 x 43 x 41 Download
0.48 MiB 5 h 11 min 3 m 61 x 36 x 36 Download

Luke Skywalker's lightsaber was the first lightsaber constructed by Luke Skywalker and the second one he owned. This weapon's design was based on schematics Luke found in his mentor's hut on Tatooine. While the final product remained largely faithful to these designs, Luke simplified the weapon considerably, as this was his first attempt at constructing a lightsaber. For instance; he decided use only one crystal for his lightsaber, as opposed to the ideal three to allow for a fully adjustable blade. Luke was able to gather most of the parts he required to build his weapon from various vendors in the city of Mos Eisley, including a high-energy reflector cup, power cells and a focusing lens. However, Luke was unable to obtain the one vital component that would bring the whole project together: the lightsaber crystal itself.

For many days, Luke labored over the components, checking and then re-checking the instructions many times, taking no shortcuts. Over a month after he first began, the weapon still was not complete. Luke had to interrupt his work on the project while he and his friends mounted an ultimately unsuccessful rescue for Han Solo from bounty hunter Boba Fett's custody on the planet Gall. Returning to Tatooine, Luke resumed his work on the weapon, cutting and shaving the unrefined crystal he had created into a proper multi-faceted lightsaber jewel. He likewise based its design on Ben Kenobi's lightsaber in memory of his mentor.


The lightsaber model has be designed as 8 seperate components to enable easy printing and assemble. Each part is keyed so that it interlocks with its neighbouring components, making the build and painting very easy.


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