Starship Prototype SN11

$ 5.19



GOODesign is a design studio established in Seoul, Korea by a representative who has been active in product design and 3D CG field for 20 years. As a design company that pursues a reasonable and differentiated digital design, it has always presented a new direction through working with clients such as Hyundai Motor, Siemens Korea and beiersdorf.   This time, we have put out the life product for 3D printing by utilizing various technique design based on the shape of the Class-A surface. These products are especially the result of deep research on the 3D printing dominant shape that can not be mass-produced using a mold.

Several of Space X's projects have continued to be successful. However, the Starship project failed several times, and finally succeeded. The Starship project is still in the prototype stage, but I think this success is very meaningful.
In the meantime, the products of SpaceX that I have designed have been very popular. There were also many requests from customers who loved my SpaceX related products to make Starships. Thanks to these various circumstances, I made a Starship Prototype.
Starship Prototypes are in the process of development, so each has slightly different characteristics, but the one I made this time is the SN11.

Please refer to the video for the assembly process. It's that simple.

One caveat is that when pushing the rocket engine in, you have to put your hand in it and push it all the way in. Otherwise, the landing legs may interfere with the engine and some of the six landing legs may not be able to unfold.

I wish the continued success of SpaceX projects, and I hope that one day I will be able to work with SpaceX with my 3D printing technology.

x 125mm, y 65mm, z 345mm 1 : 144 scale
largest x 125mm, y 63mm, z 153mm

File 40.7 MB
Average Time
[0.1mm] Starship Cable : 25m
[0.1mm] Starship Top : 10h
[0.1mm] Starship Middle : 16h
[0.1mm] Starship Bottom : 19h 5m
[0.1mm] Starship Booster : 4h 15m
  • stephan6423
    2021-07-28 18:55:14

    Any plans for the SN15?

    2021-07-29 11:46:22

    Not, yet.
    By the way, What is the difference between SN11 and SN15?

  • ggahm1712393
    2021-07-14 08:30:00

    What scale is this model? Looking to print a few more things in the same scale.

    2021-07-29 11:46:52

    This scale is 1:144

  • Landocommando0322
    2021-06-22 08:17:26

    Are there plans to create the heavy booster?

    2021-07-29 11:50:01

    That plan isn't there yet. This is because the launch was unsuccessful and the form is not yet certain. However, we will plan to build it, although the launch is successful and the shape is somewhat determined.

  • pablo_s
    2021-06-22 03:47:55

    Question. It will fit the prusa Mini? (180mm tall max)

    2021-07-29 12:01:19

    Sure! Please enjoy!

  • jrsphoto4227
    2021-06-21 11:00:28

    I am curious what filament you printed the model in the images with. It seems to be very nice and I'm looking for a good silver PLA.

    2021-07-29 11:48:10

    I used CC3D silky silver PLA. That is good.

  • mikecoscia
    2021-06-17 10:13:08

    The legs and wings on the print are very loose. They will not stay in a you have any suggestions?

    2021-07-29 11:42:42

    If you increase extrusion multiplier, It will be helpful.

  • housey
    2021-06-13 18:47:07

    Beautiful design. Increased the size by 218.2% to fit the scale of the Falcon 9 (1/66 scale). I will add pictures once complete.

    2021-06-14 18:22:32

    Wow! Really? 218% scale???
    That is awesome and great project!!!
    We look forward to your printing and sharing!!!
    Thank you very much!

  • Landocommando0322
    2021-06-12 03:25:12

    Are there any plans to create the first stage?

    2021-06-14 18:21:01

    We already made first stage.
    Please enjoy!

    2021-06-15 09:40:58

    He means the super heavy booster...

    2021-06-16 07:54:11

    Are there any plans to create the super heavy booster?

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