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Recreate the audience's first sight of the Falcon! Here are two of the scenic accessories you need to make a diorama of Docking Bay 94.
The parts are scaled to match 1:72 Falcon models, such as the old MPC/ERTL/AMT/Airfix kit from the 1970s (which is probably more like 1:68), the now-discontinued Fine Molds 1:72 kit, the Revell Master Series 1:72 kit (which is just the Fine Molds kit reboxed), or the awesome Bandai 1:72 Perfect Grade Falcon.
There are a number of random greebly thingies scattered around the docking bay set, conveying an air of general mechanical decrepitude, and I've made models of many of them. The greeblies in this particular set are:
The two mysterious tall totem pole things that we get a really brief glimpse of twice in the scene. I've had to guess the details on these stretched ovoid objects. They also need thin wire pipes or rails.
The sort of low dome thing behind the Falcon, near the back wall. This is only briefly visible for a split second during the scene.
Three curved pipes that stand near the walls. I've attached them to base plates for ease of printing - you'll probably want to cut those off.
Three low grey tapered cylinder things. (two under the Falcon and one hidden behind the forklift) These items are all attached to sprues for ease of painting and installation.
A taller flat grey tapered cylinder thing.
A ridged flanged vertical cylinder thing.
Please read the following if you're interested in this product.
These accurizing parts are not mass-market commercial products. I made them for my own use, and have put them here in case they're of interest to someone else. Possibly you, since you’re reading this.
These are components for the serious model maker who wants to build a more accurate miniature. They require finishing. If you don't want to trim, file, sand, and glue, then these aren't the parts you're looking for!
The parts are tiny, and easily broken. They push the limits of today's 3D printers. The detail in the digital previews is all there, but it won't always be visible at the miniscule sizes that this scale requires!