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Gipsy Danger 3D Printing Model | Assembly 3D Figurine

cm: 13 w x 6.53 d x 25 h
in: 5.118 w x 2.571 d x 9.843 h

Source Files




Printing Details

This 3D model consists of files in StereoLithography (.Stl) format that have been optimized for 3D printing.

Download parts 1 and 5 for free to check the printability and test the quality before buying all STL files of the 3D model.

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Before printing the files, we strongly recommend reading the PRINTING DETAILS section.

File Name File Size Time / Filament Object Size
(x/y/z mm)
1 (repaired).stl
50.52 MiB 11 h 57 min
6 m
77 x 58 x 71 Download
10 (repaired).stl
0.40 MiB 30 min
<1 m
28 x 14 x 31 Download
11 (repaired).stl
0.40 MiB 30 min
<1 m
28 x 14 x 31 Download
12 (repaired).stl
14.08 MiB 4 h 25 min
3 m
26 x 45 x 72 Download
13 (repaired).stl
14.08 MiB 4 h 25 min
2 m
26 x 45 x 72 Download
14 (repaired).stl
3.54 MiB 1 h 60 min
1 m
35 x 65 x 22 Download
15 (repaired).stl
3.70 MiB 1 h 60 min
1 m
35 x 65 x 22 Download
2 (repaired).stl
21.25 MiB 5 h 46 min
3 m
45 x 44 x 57 Download
3 (repaired).stl
3.54 MiB 47 min
<1 m
19 x 24 x 25 Download
4 (repaired).stl
13.11 MiB 3 h 44 min
2 m
64 x 36 x 32 Download
5 (repaired).stl
13.12 MiB 3 h 44 min
2 m
63 x 36 x 32 Download
6 (repaired).stl
11.74 MiB 3 h 22 min
2 m
30 x 28 x 72 Download
7 (repaired).stl
11.33 MiB 3 h 24 min
2 m
30 x 28 x 72 Download
8 (repaired).stl
12.31 MiB 6 h 49 min
4 m
28 x 50 x 92 Download
9 (repaired).stl
12.30 MiB 6 h 50 min
4 m
28 x 50 x 92 Download
1_v2_hollow_body (repaire d).stl
22.95 MiB n.a.
77 x 58 x 71 Download
1_v2_reactor (repaired).s tl
0.70 MiB 15 min
<1 m
17 x 17 x 6 Download

Gipsy Danger is an active Jaeger tasked with defending the coastline of Alaska. Being built on the Kodiak Island, the Jaeger participated in the first mission on 17 October 2017. It then had subsequently participated in numerous combats against the Kaiju. The heavy combat machine is operated by two pilots. It is equipped with S-11 Pulse Launcher which fires a black matter that tends to disrupt the molecular structure of Kaiju biology.

Coming from the acclaimed film the Gipsy Danger Jaeger can now be 3D printed on a desktop 3D printer and displayed on the desktop or used as a collectible.

As with all 3D models that are available on Gambody, Gipsy Danger 3D model is sculpted in Autodesk Maya modeling program. A lot of work went into making the combat machine workable, with operable arms and legs. Special ball joints are incorporated into the robot’s construction to ensure a higher operability and a smooth motion of the legs and arms. 

Gipsy Danger 3D model is saved in STL file format. There are 15 files, by one file for each part. The files are checked and corrected in Netfabb and are error-free so that the 3D printing process will run smoothly. 

There’s also good news for all those who have a 3D printer and intend to 3D print this beauty. The model files are solid so you no longer have to worry about the quality of the print.

After being 3D printed, the Gipsy Danger 3D model will stand 130mm deep, 250mm tall, and 65mm wide. The robot features fine and intricate surface details and is a close representation of the prototype.

Buy Gipsy Danger 3D model STL files by clicking on the green Buy button. Proceed to checkout, provide your credit card or PayPal details and download the files in a zip folder.

Print the 3D model with 3DHubs directly from our website. Select the files you want to print and click the Print with 3DHubs button.

This model was tested in Cura 15.06. To avoid printing problems, we recommend the following settings:


  • Layer height: 0.1mm*
  • Initial layer thickness: 0.3mm
  • Bottom/top pattern: lines
  • Skin perimeter line count: 0
  • Horizontal expansion: 0.04mm (when entering 0.04mm index, the 3D printer perceives the model as monolith, i.e. as having no hidden layers).

*Layer Height 0.1mm is recommended for a better quality for the printed model. However, the printing time will double.

As a STL file provider, our goal is to ensure that the files are error-free and printable in the most accurate way. This is why we only test print the most difficult segments of the model’s parts.

The model's parts have been tested and printed in PLA. In case you need advice where to get your filaments from, check our partner's website.

Speed setups:

  • Infill speed: 30mm/s
  • Outer shell speed : 30mm/s
  • Inner shell speed: 20mm/s
  • Top/bottom speed: 20mm/s
  • Support speed: 50mm/s
  • Travel speed: 150mm/s
  • Skirt speed: 30mm/s
  • Amount of slower layers: 4


  • Infill pattern: Grid
  • Line distance: 1.5mm
  • Infill overlap: 20%
  • Infill layers: 0


  • Enable support: Check
  • Placement: Everywhere
  • Overhang angle: 30°
  • X/Y distance: 0.7mm
  • Top distance: 0.2mm
  • Bottom distance: 0.2mm
  • Stair step height: 0.5mm
  • Join distance: 0.7mm
  • Area smoothing: 0.6mm
  • Use towers: check
  • Pattern: Grid
  • Line distance: 1.5mm

Platform adhesion:

  • Type: Brim
  • Brim line count: 10 (up to 20, depending on the model’s height)

Other 3D printing recommendations:

Outer Shell Speed - 20mm/s and Support Speed - 40mm/s settings apply to avoid model deformation.  Apply other settings by default.

Disclaimer: This model will look outstanding if printed on SLA/SLS 3D printer. The accuracy of the model printed on FFF printer can vary from the result shown in the pictures.


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