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Falcon: SE Engine, Coarse Grille, 1:144
AgeOfPlastic Hi, and thanks for your interest in my products! This grille wasn't designed to replace the Bandai equivalent, I'm afraid. The Bandai part (or parts since it's made in sections) is way too thick to be to-scale. With some effort you could probably hack and cut it to fit, but there'd be a gap between the grille and the Bandai rear nozzle-type grille, and I certainly don't guarantee this an option! I don't see a huge advantage in doing so, however. The only advantage is that the Bandai rear grille has larger holes, and so lets through more light. The one I modelled after the Fine Molds rear grille has smaller holes.
Falcon Docking Rings 1/144 #2, Pushbuttons
AgeOfPlastic Thanks for buying the product! Any 6mm by 6mm momentary pushbutton with a 7mm post should work. I bought mine from an eBay seller - item 401208905398 - but they're widely available all over. Just search for "6x6 pushbutton", for example.
Falcon Docking Rings 1/144 #3, No Damage
AgeOfPlastic Hi, @j_holtslander! Yes - that's a good point... the photos of the unpainted parts don't look great. I don't have any properly painted ones yet, but I've posted a shot of a primed part to give you an idea of how it looks. Remember this is a magnified shot - in person the detail looks fantastic!
AgeOfPlastic commented on Docking Bay, 1:144 by AgeOfPlastic
December 3, 2017
Docking Bay, 1:144
AgeOfPlastic @monsterpartyhat: Done. The set is now fully sprued.
Hi, folks! So I haven't posted with new products for a while, but I have been experimenting with the awesome new Bandai 1:72 "Perfect Grade" Millennium Falcon!

It's pretty close to perfect, and doesn't need much by the way of detailing. But one thing it needed was proper landing gear rings, so I've produced some correctly perforated ones. :)

https://www.shapeways.com/product/N7E94QUS3/perfect-grade-falcon-1-72-landing-gear-rings?optionId=63672380&li=shop-inventory Perfect Grade Falcon, 1:72, Landing Gear Rings
So I've put together some information on how to prepare, clean, and paint 3D printed acrylic parts! Let me know if you find it useful.

Star Wars, Alien, and a bunch of other SF movies shot in the late 70s and 80s all used the same plastic shipping pallet as a floor, wall, and ceiling decoration. So I thought it might be fun to create a replica for use with 1/12 figures and the like.

https://www.shapeways.com/product/59YKDT8E5/star-wars-alien-floor-panel?optionId=62553942 Star Wars / Alien Floor Panel
By the way - sorry if multiple "favourites" of my own models appear in your feed!

After many weeks Shapeways still haven't fixed the bug that's resulted in a whole ton of the same "favourite" appearing in my feed over and over, so I was having a look at how that works. And now I've favourited my own stuff. And there's no undo feature! Argh.

So I've created a 1:72 version of my Docking Bay 94 detail set! This was more than just an upscale - I added additional detail to most of the pieces, and also increased the internal holes to reduce the amount of plastic used, and thus the cost. Docking Bay 94, 1:72
Hi. My apologies for my product feed containing the same repeated images over and over of another designer's products. There's a bug in Shapeways' site.

Hopefully those repeated images will vanish soon!
Also a non-tilting version of the Bandai Millennium Falcon cannons if you'd prefer!

https://www.shapeways.com/product/RJZDST7AL/millennium-falcon-cannons-fixed-1-144?optionId=62271096 Millennium Falcon cannons, fixed, 1:144
Completing my set of add-on spaceships for the 1:2700 Star Destroyer - my rendition of the Millennium Falcon!

https://www.shapeways.com/product/XSC2YXM68/millennium-falcon-1-2700 Millennium Falcon 1:2700
Exciting news. Adding to my group of add-on ships for Star Destroyers, and joining the Rebel Blockade Runner and Slave 1, here's an Imperial shuttle from Return of the Jedi.

http://shpws.me/Okgc Imperial Shuttle, 1:2700
Grilles! Grilles! Grilles!

So I've made a set of grilles and engine parts for the Bandai 1:144 Millennium Falcon model. Different variants depending on whether you're going for a Special Edition look or a The Force Awakens look. In fact, I think I may have the most accurate TFA engine grille yet made.

Special Edition, grille only:

Special Edition grille with Fine Molds style engine:

https://www.shapeways.com/product/TAFGQPMTA/millennium-falcon-tfa-engine-1-144 Millennium Falcon: Fine Grille Only, 1:144
Or perhaps you want a near-microscopic model of Slave 1, the grimly named spacecraft of feared fictitious bounty hunter Boba Fett. He may have only nanoseconds of screentime and not much story, but he has a great looking ship!

https://www.shapeways.com/product/JUUC2R4WV/boba-fett-rsquo-s-slave-1-1-2700 Boba Fett’s Slave 1, 1:2700


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