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BlasTech DLT-20a Laser Rifle Blaster from Star Wars ESB used by IG-88 and Stormtroopers 3D Print File

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These are all the 3D print files (STL) needed to 3D print a full size DLT-20a laser rifle from Star Wars ESB used by IG-88

Files are scaled correctly in mm and have been test printed in ABS to ensure they are easy to print. (it actually took many modifications to the files to come up with an easy to print version)

The DLT-20A laser rifle was a model of laser rifle produced by BlasTech Industries. Members of the Galactic Empire's Stormtrooper Corps sometimes used DLT-20As instead of their standard issue E-11 blaster rifles. but most notably The droid bounty hunter IG-88 sometimes used this model of rifle, and carried one with it when on board the Executor-class Star Dreadnought Executor answering the Sith Lord Darth Vader's summons.

This print requires a 2 foot long, 16mm tube, either plastic, metal or wood to be used as the centre barrel to re-enforce the blaster, as it is very long. I can supply a print file for this if that is required but I highly recommend just purchasing a tube locally.

A print capable of printing a part 291mm long is required (for the barrel which come in two parts) but the whole is supplied should you choose to cut it down further.

Any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

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Files are strictly for personal fan use only, no on-selling or commercial use permitted
These are all the 3D print files (STL) needed to 3D print a full size DLT-20a laser rifle from Star Wars ESB used by IG-88

Files are scaled correctly in mm and have been test printed in ABS to ensure they are easy to print. (it actually took many modifications to the files to come up with an easy to print version)

The DLT-20A laser rifle was a model of laser rifle produced by BlasTech Industries. Members of the Galactic Empire's Stormtrooper Corps sometimes used DLT-20As instead of their standard issue E-11 blaster rifles. but most notably The droid bounty hunter IG-88 sometimes used this model of rifle, and carried one with it when on board the Executor-class Star Dreadnought Executor answering the Sith Lord Darth Vader's summons.

This print requires a 2 foot long, 16mm tube, either plastic, metal or wood to be used as the centre barrel to re-enforce the blaster, as it is very long. I can supply a print file for this if that is required but I highly recommend just purchasing a tube locally.

A print capable of printing a part 291mm long is required (for the barrel which come in two parts) but the whole is supplied should you choose to cut it down further.

Any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

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Files are strictly for personal fan use only, no on-selling or commercial use permitted

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