Short Story: This works very well on my New Matter MOD-t. Many snap together models don’t. Thank you! This is a wonderful, borderline amazing, 3D print model. I say that from the perspective of a New Matter printer owner. This printer is a completely entry level, consumer grade, low price printer. It's practically Apple level easy to install, use and enjoy. I say all this because a consistent downside is that I have not been able to successfully make many projects that have different parts fitting together. I thought this was due to using PLA, or an inexpensive printer without fine tolerances. But this model worked so well that I’m taking another look at some past projects now. Notes to New Matter owners: I used Balanced settings, but changed the layers to 0.1mm as recommended, and I print with Carriage Lift Off. I don’t think Carriage Lift matters much, but I think 0.1mm might be key. I had problems with two of the parts. The “Lasergun-white.stl” could not be read by the New Matter software. It would not upload. I was able to load the file into another 3D program (Tinkercad) and then exported the file unchanged. That file uploaded and printed with no problems. I also had trouble printing the “Hands.stil” because their points of contact were too small on the plate. Every attempt ended up scrambled. So I printed with Brim turned on. It took more Xacto blade cutting but the results were fine.