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The impressive Star Wars universe seems to be endless. With the release of The Mandalorian TV series, it offers many fantastic adventures to anyone who loves to travel in the outer reaches of the galaxy. This fantasy world creates many characters and iconic spaceships a true collector can die for. Gambody’s selection of stunning Mandalorian 3D models for 3D printing can bring you hours of joy and let you turn your favourite figurines, gauntlets, armour and spacecraft into unique masterpieces.

Many people cannot wait to see the fights between Baby Yoda, the Mandalorian and the Darksaber much expected in The Mandalorian Season 2. The lightsaber fights were missing in the first season. But you can easily prepare for this twist by making yourself a 3D printed helmet and rifle as well as printing your companion, Baby Yoda figurine.

To start your adventures, you will also need to create a replica of Razor Crest gunship and Mandalorian droid IG-11.

Mandalorian 3D printing models and figurines

Mandalorian 3D Models for 3D Printing

There are several highly-detailed Mandalorian 3D models for 3D printing on Gambody – Premium 3D printing marketplace. You can download STL files and create unforgettable scenes from one of the most popular TV series of 2020.

And, of course, you can find many more 3D print files from The Mandalorian on the internet.

To ease your choices, Gambody has compiled 15 most incredible Mandalorian designs you can turn into fantastic weaponry, collectable figurines and models as well as cosplay items.

1. Mandalorian Baby Yoda Figurine for 3D Printing

An idea to add Baby Yoda to the Mandalorian TV series melted the hearts of millions of fans of Star Wars universe. This alien creature is so cute and active that different companies quickly released their toys. And you can also make an impressive Mandalorian Baby Yoda figurine on a 3D printer.

There is a fantastic 3D printing figurine of Baby Yoda on Gambody – Premium 3D printing marketplace. It becomes a beautiful print, as proved by many talented hobbyists. And you can choose any colours to make your masterpiece stand out.

Maker Patrik Romano, for example, painted his cute figurine of Baby Yoda with Vallejo airbrush colours. He chose light green and goblin green for the body and light brown and golden brown for the coat:

Mandalorian Baby Yoda figurine for 3D printing
Maker: Patrik Romano

Maker Josh Rosey, on the other hand, decided that Baby Yoda’s skin should shine like beautiful emeralds and the clothes can be of copper shade:

Cute Baby Yoda 3D print
Maker: Josh Rosey

You can also make a real photoshoot for your stunning Mandalorian creature like Onur Şimşek did for his Baby Yoda 3D print:

3D printed Baby Yoda figurine
Maker: Onur Şimşek

Get STL files to make your version of Baby Yoda figurine and discover 20 various Baby Yoda ideas for 3D printing to enlarge your collection of these stunning aliens.

2. Mandalorian Razor Crest Model for 3D Printing

The pre-Empire Mandalorian spaceship model is a gunship piloted by Din Djarin. The ship’s big cylindrical drum engines are so in-style with the Mandalorian spirit that this spacecraft becomes a must to collect.

You will love making the highly-detailed cockpit, printing the fuselage windows with transparent filament, adding LEDs to light up the Mandalorian Razor Crest model, retracting the boarding stairs and recreating the most impressive scenes from the movie.

Maker Martin Thesen made a fantastic model of Razor Crest. It was 3D printed in resin, and this ship looks so real that it seems that Din Djarin will soon board it and the Razor Crest would take off in search of the new adventures.

Razor Crest replica 3D printed
Maker: Martin Thesen

Some Gambody enthusiasts are in the process of printing and assembling this popular Mandalorian spaceship model.

Maker Clint Barton chose to 3D print the Razor Crest model at about 1:18 scale. It is not finished yet, but the process looks very impressive:

Mandalorian spaceship model Razor Crest for 3D printing
Maker: Clint Barton

Another hobbyist, Jp Farenden, scaled the model at 71% to fit in with Star Wars legion scale and spent two weeks and 2.5 kg (5.5 lbs) of filament on 3D printing the Mandalorian spaceship model. It is now ready for gap filling and painting:

Mandalorian Razor Crest 3D model for printing
Maker: Jp Farenden

You can download the Mandalorian Razor Crest model for 3D printing on Gambody – Premium marketplace.

3. Mandalorian Droid IG-11 for 3D Printing

The famous “Child with a gun” as Mandalorian Droid IG-11 is often called looks very impressive as a 3D printed figurine. Firstly, it is a highly-articulated model. Secondly, you will love making the robot’s guns, blaster rifle and Pulse cannon, and assemble the whole project without glue.

The stunning Mandalorian Droid IG-11 for 3D printing is available on Gambody to download. This robot comes with an exclusive platform that resembles the deserted planet you should remember from the movie trailer.

Gambody enthusiast, Mark Mg, already recreated the incredible IG-11 figurine. He chose to scale the project up to 200% before printing it on Creality CR10-S5 3D printer with PLA filament. You can adore the final result.

Mandalorian Droid IG-11 3D model for 3D printing
Maker: Mark Mg

If you would like to achieve similar smoothness on your FDM printer, try to apply epoxy and primer as well as sand your model after printing. And, of course, use your painting talent to make the Mandalorian Droid IG-11 look alive.

4. Mandalorian 3D Print

The Mandalorian 3D model for 3D printing can be an exciting project to make, especially if you can find it at the scale to fit inside the Razor Crest spaceship or scale it yourself. This way you could build your scenes from the famous TV series by placing Din Djarin and Baby Yoda figurines in the ship and setting your imagination free for fantasy photoshoots and room décor.

The Mandalorian model for 3D printing
Image: jorge-rahab (CGTrader)

You can recognize Din Djarin or the Mandalorian 3D model by the Beskar helmet and impressive armour. You can find this model in different poses, but each 3D printing version of Din Djarin carries a gun and rifle.

Din Djarin figurine for 3D printing
Image: spartak (CGTrader)

Your impressive Mandalorian 3D print can look beautiful on a shelf. Just turn on your 3D printer and start creating the Star Wars universe right at your home.

5. Mandalorian 3D Print Armour

It can be much fun to prepare for Halloween, Christmas and cosplay events ahead of time by 3D printing the Mandalorian armour for yourself or your kids. Children love to dress up for different holidays, and many men also feel like a child deep in their hearts. Thus, getting an armour of your favourite movie character is a stunning idea.

Turning into Din Djarin right at your home is fantastic. You can find different pieces of Mandalorian armour for 3D printing on the internet.

For example, you can 3D print the full-size armour which can be indeed wearable by a person who is approximately 170-185 cm (5.5-6 feet) tall:

Mandalorian armour for 3D printing
Image: 3D-mon (CGTrader)

You can even complete your looks with a machine gun and jetpack replica as well as shoe front covers, wearable protection for your arms, legs and body as there is a 3D printing Mandalorian armour model for cosplay fans and party geeks.

Mandalorian armour for cosplay 3D printed
Images: fito-pin (CGTrader)

6. Mandalorian 3D Printed Helmet

You can build a fun cosplay helmet even without making the full costume of your favourite hero. The Mandalorian 3D printed helmet looks stunning and is easily recognized among other accessories.

For example, you can get STL files for making an Imperial Super Commando Helmet. It can be painted in any colour of your choice. Any version will look fantastic:

Imperial Super Commando helmet 3D printed
Images: Phil Kierczak, Christian Haglund and Tie Kai (MyMiniFactory)

Or you can make a replica of Din Djarin’s helmet. Such a version of the Mandalorian 3D printed helmet will look impressive in metallic silver colour.

Mandalorian 3D Printed Helmet
Images: Chris Childs (MyMiniFactory)

If you love to experiment you can create rainbow-coloured accessories or choose other bright shades to impress others.

7. Mandalorian Gauntlets 3D Printed

Making protective armour for your hands on a home 3D printer is a neat idea if you prepare for Halloween or cosplay events.

Mando, which is a sobriquet for Din Djarin, appears in the TV series with a full set of arm armour. His shoulders are protected with pauldrons, arms with vambraces and hands with Mudhorn Signet and whistling birds.

Mandalorian Gauntlets 3D printed
Image: Aidan Corrales (Thingiverse)

Such Mandalorian Gauntlets look fantastic if 3D printed as a part of the cosplay costume.

8. Mythosaur Skull 3D Print

The Mandalorian iconography has its symbols. And the Mythosaur skull is one of the traditional symbols which you can spot on the planet Batuu in the TV series.

Such a distinctive symbol becomes a stunning souvenir for a fan of Star Wars. You can 3D print Mythosaur skull for your key chain or necklace made for your sweetheart.

Mythosaur skull 3D print Mandalorian 3D models
Images: Wbaldo Estrada and Tyler Y (Thingiverse)

You can also turn the famous bounty hunter symbol into a 3D printed Mandalorian skull logo which can decorate your room.

9. Mandalorian Cookie Cutters for 3D Printing

The list of impressive Mandalorian 3D models for 3D printing must include holiday cookie cutters. Such kitchen accessories are great when you wish to bake something cute and exclusive for your children or guests.

You can choose simple Baby Yoda, Mythosaur skull and Mandalorian helmet shapes or select an intricate Mandalorian cookie cutter with a stamping part.

Mandalorian cookie cutters 3D models for printing
Images: 3D-mon (Cults)

The baking result can look like a true masterpiece. Little fans of Star Wars will love to have such cookies for everyday lunch.

10. Mandalorian Rifle STL Files for 3D Printing

Din Djarin’s most famous gun is the rifle. This Amban phase-pulse blaster was designed to vaporize, electrocute, and shoot enemies. However, the Mandalorian rifle STL files give you a chance to 3D print a safe replica for cosplaying and costume parties.

Mandalorian rifle STL files 3D model for printing
Image: Kenton Rusbridge (MyMiniFactory)

If printed at 100% scale, the fantastic blaster reaches 60 inches (152 cm) in length. The project also requires additional rods of 25mm and 8 mm in diameter.

And, of course, a lot depends on the painting work. The final model can look incredibly realistic.

11. Mandalorian Knife 3D Model for Printing

Every costume looks much better when completed with weapons. Of course, if the character whose costume you wish to recreate uses weapons in the movie or game.

If you wish to become Din Djarin for a day or two, you can find a stunning Mandalorian knife model for 3D printing. It features the Mythosaur skull logo and can use different blades.

Mandalorian knife 3D model to print
Image: Clarence Erickson (Thingiverse)

When printed and painted, such a knife looks like a real weapon, although it is just a replica made of plastic.

12. Mandalorian Coin 3D Print

Would you like to have Jon Favreau’s Mandalorian Challenge coin? While you cannot use it to pay for regular goods in physical shops, such a replica can be your precious souvenir.

The face of the Mandalorian coin 3D print features the helmet art created by Rob Pauza.

Mandalorian coin 3D print
Images: Rob Pauza and Nicholas Dimelow (MyMiniFactory)

There is excellent news for anyone who loves to 3D print without supports. This Mandalorian coin 3D printing model is support-free.

13. Mandalorian Trophy for 3D Printing

When you play a Mando in a Star Wars game, it is natural for you to collect trophies. Why not 3D printing a trophy for your collection of Mandalorian figurines and models to display in real life?

Mandalorian trophy 3D model for printing
Images: Jerry E Knapp and Handel Laouer (MyMiniFactory)

A skull head in a broken helmet looks like a fun Mandalorian trophy to make on a 3D printer. The project designed by Paul Braddock features the Mythosaur Skull logo and seems to be an exciting project to paint.

14. Mandalorian Jawa Figurine for 3D Printing

Jawas are skinny and rodent-like creatures you meet in the Mandalorian TV series. The oversized hoods hide their wrinkled faces and glowing eyes, and their bodies are covered with a cloak.

A 3D printing figurine of Jawa can be hollowed inside, which lets you add LEDs to light up the creature’s eyes.

Mandalorian Jawa figurine for 3D printing
Images: ArcLight3d and Chris Wilkins (MyMiniFactory)

Such a model can complete your Mandalorian scenes and a 3D printed diorama.

15. Stormtrooper 3D Printing Figurine

The elite warriors of the Galactic Empire represent the authority of Emperor both in Star Wars movies and The Mandalorian TV series.

It is incredible to 3D print the faceless servants to recreate the most impressive scenes from the film. Their white armour and unique helmets are fun to paint. Even with a hidden face, these soldiers portray the power of ruthlessness and fear.

You can get inspired by the Stormtrooper figurine made by hobbyist Malo Km and download Stormtrooper STL files for 3D printing on Gambody – Premium 3D printing marketplace.

Stormtrooper Mandalorian 3D model for printing
Maker: Malo Km

The world of The Mandalorian is cruel and full of deaths. However, it has courage and braveness, funny moments and cute creatures like Baby Yoda.

Creating this world on a 3D printer is very exciting. So download the STL files of your favourite Mandalorian 3D models and figures for 3D printing, turn on your printer and build fantastic scenes from the popular TV series. Share photos of your projects in Gambody group on Facebook to inspire others and get motivated yourself.

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