Jakku Salvage Crawler

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Sized for the current Hasbro 3.75" Star Wars action figures, this motorized vehicle assembles (and disassembles) with modular, magnetized parts and features a casing for LittleBits parts that make it run!

Built out of parts salvaged from defeated Rebel Alliance ships, scavengers on Jakku use vehicles such as this to collect scrap and defend their claim from rival scrappers.

This unofficial toy is an original design made in homage to the release of The Force Awakens and our entry into the LittleBits Bit-Wars challenge.The model was designed in TinkerCAD where you can find and hack it. If you make variants or more modular pieces, we want to see pics! This was a joint-project with my IGG co-founder, Jeremy Larsen.

We printed our parts at a .2 layer height with 15% infill. If your rig is primed (plate leveled and such) then the tolerance should allow the pieces to slid/snap together. Otherwise, feel free to shave, sand, whittle, and glue as needed! You'll need to glue the magnets in place. Painting isn't necessary (you could just print in the colors you like) but we used a sloppy drybrush technique using the biggest brush we could find. We used a combination of Games Workshop and P3 paints, though any acrylic miniature paints will work. The other materials you'll need (in addition to the printable parts) are as follows: 

  • 3/4"/19.1mm Grommets x1
  • 3D Printed ABS x1
  • 3D Printed PLA x1
  • 9.5mm Rare Earth Magnets x1
  • LittleBits Gizmos & Gadgets kit x1: http://littlebits.cc/kits/gizmos-and-gadgets-kit

We've set up a Patreon page for anyone who's interested to help fund us so we can keep making free and open sourced games like Pocket-Tactics, Wayfarer Tactics. and others, not to mention the growing catalog of toys and gaming miniatures that you can use for whatever you want! (Psst... we take requests and commissions...)



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