Starship super heavy booster 4

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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.

I'm sorry to keep SpaceX fans waiting so long. Finally designed a Super heavy booster.
I've come to some fuzzy conclusions between the concept model and the prototype SpaceX is currently building, and based it on the prototype, adding a little bit of concept form. However, at the request of many customers, I designed a perfect prototype Super heavy booster 4 by adding a fixed grid fin.

Grid fin can be printed by selecting the movable type of the concept model and the fixed type of the current prototype.

If you choose the fixed grid fin, only Starship SN11 can be connected.
Starship prototype SN11

If you select the movable grid fin, you can connect the Starship Crew and Starship Cargo that I previously designed.
Starship Crew STL
Starship Cargo STL

The part that connects to Starship is weak, so please be careful.

There are 4 long and 8 short pipes attached to the side of the rocket. When attaching this pipe, attach the long pipe to the bottom of the long concave groove first, and then attach the remaining short pipe to the remaining concave groove.
Short pipes should be attached with the thick end facing down (engine).

Please check the video for details.
Fixed grid fin prototype booster 4 Printing and assembling video
Printing and assembling video

Scale 1:144

Biggest part size X : 239mm, Y : 98mm, Z : 172mm

File 69.1 MB
Release Date
Average Time
[0.1mm] Pipe 6pics : 1h 25m
[0.1mm] Pipe 4pics : 45m
[0.1mm] Articulated Grid Fins : 1h 55m
[0.1mm] Grid Fins : 7h 55m
[0.1mm] Engine : 7h 15m
[0.1mm] Top : 6h 5m
[0.1mm] High : 18h 35m
[0.1mm] Mid : 17h 55m
[0.1mm] Low : 18h 15m
  • daveyk0214704
    2023-04-15 07:26:08

    I printer the cargo Starship (from the links here) and the holes in the bottom come nowhere close to matching the studs in the top of this super heavy. ??????

    Also, I print with a X-1 Carbon. Perfect fits, but they do not snap together as in your video. The X-1 has a .4mm nozzle. I assume your designs are for a .6mm nozzle?

  • mike.bravo6776
    2022-06-30 01:57:19

    are there any recommended print settings, or should I use the same ones as listed for SN11 model, for example?

  • jpmkiv9266
    2022-05-06 05:35:36

    What infill % should I do at .2mm??

  • superrobin653843
    2022-03-24 03:16:21

    I printed the starship from same author, but the six pins on the booster top didn't match the holes on the starship bottom :-(

    2023-04-15 07:26:46

    Same here!!!! Did you cut the pins down, or what?

  • fab365
    2022-02-22 13:08:53

    You just have to print this at 218% scale.
    A printer that can print on this scale needs to have a bed size of 300mm X 300mm or more. There are many 3D printers, such as Creality's CR10s pro or Twotrees Bluer plus.
    Thank you for your valuable comments.

  • seemann691506
    2022-02-20 08:53:27

    Is very pretty! However, it would be great to be able to print it at the same scale as the Falcon Heavy, 1:66. I'm sure we all understand your vision of ease in printing, but there are many of us who would like to have it as it is, bigger than the Falcon Heavy itself.

    In addition, scaling the Falcon Heavy to the same scale as this Super Heavy is not convenient for many of us because it would be printing another Falcon Heavy.
    Hopefully you can help us to have the design on the same scale, you would make many of us very happy :D

    Greetings and that you are very well.

    2022-02-22 13:09:11

    You just have to print this at 218% scale.
    A printer that can print on this scale needs to have a bed size of 300mm X 300mm or more. There are many 3D printers, such as Creality's CR10s pro or Twotrees Bluer plus.
    Thank you for your valuable comments.

  • fab2
    2022-02-18 21:19:43

    cool! is it compatible to the Crew Dragon release some weeks ago?

    2022-02-19 11:38:53

    Sure~ Please enjoy~

  • daveyk0214704
    2022-02-16 20:33:32

    This has to way too small. Next too my Falcon 9, which I completed, SH4 will look small. Why not keep the same scale. I don't care if would mean making ten circular sections, You can not set the worlds largest rocket ever made next to Falcon 9 and have it look small.

    2022-02-18 19:34:54

    Thank you for your interest.

    • The Falcon 9 rocket I designed is 1:66 scale and this booster is 1:144 scale.
    • As you said this booster is actually a lot bigger than the Falcon 9, but I scaled it to make it a similar size.

    • It's because of my values around 3D printing. The value of my 3D printer is that I can enjoy it as easily as possible with the printer I have, because if the size is too large, it is very burdensome to print and it is difficult to enjoy it easily.

    • For now, I think if you want to scale, you could just print a small Falcon 9 rocket.

    • In addition, if there are a lot of people requesting the scale, I can consider designing a 1:144 scale Falcon 9 rocket.

    Thank you very much for your opinion!

  • p.gleizes317881
    2022-02-15 22:18:40

    why did you made the prototype launcher since you have no prototype starship compatible ?

    why not make the concept launcher since you already have 2 concept starship available ?

    I trully don't understand... I can't assemble neither a full prototype, nor a full concept, it's half concept half proto...

    2022-02-16 13:47:32

    Thank you for your interest.
    • For people like you, we made the top replaceable. Soon we will be making and releasing additional parts to connect our Starship prototypes.
    Here's why we made it this way:

    The Starship created by Fab365 now is a prototype and two concepts.
    • The prototype made by SpaceX and uploaded to Booster is very different from when I made the Starship prototype. The Starship that SpaceX is currently producing is rather more of a Starship concept product.
    • In particular, Starship's engine is very different from the prototype. The engine part is connected to the Booster, the SN11 made as a Starship prototype didn't think of such a connection, so I couldn't find a way to connect to the Booster in a hurry.
    • Therefore, in order to make a Booster, it is not possible to create a prototype of the Starship currently being produced by SpaceX again. Among the existing Starships that I have made, the closest to the current Starship is 'Concept Starship', and first of all, I made a Booster to connect the 'Concept Starship'. I did.
    • This Booster is 100% identical to the current Booster prototype except for the Grid fin. So I am making the top grid fin part as a prototype. Replacing it with that part will allow you to connect a Starship prototype (SN11). That way we will be able to connect the prototype Starship (SN11) with this Booster 4 prototype. Please look forward to it.

    Thank you very much for your opinion.

    2022-02-16 18:37:27

    Thanks for your reply, I really appreciate it.

    Ok, but why not making directly the concept booster, so you would have 2 full rocket available right now, then later make SN20 and SHB4, so we would have a full prototype

    if you pair SN11 to SHB4, it's not accurate
    if you pair SS crew to SHB4, it's not accurate
    if you pair SS cargo to SHB4, it's not accurate

    I'm really looking forward to having the full 3 designs (SS proto, SS cargo & SS crew), but I don't see the point of buying SHB4 unless SN20 is available.
    However I would have instantly bought the booster concept !

    Thanks for your hard work anyway !

    Best regards

    2022-02-16 19:14:42

    Thank you for your opinion.

    I think, SN20 is very similar to SN11, Except heat resistant tile.
    Until I make the SN20, I hope that customers will be satisfied with the SN11.
    The SN20 is constantly changing, so I am thinking about when to make it.

    I will make Super heavy concept soon.
    Please look forward to it.

    Thank you~

  • adexxx88
    2022-02-15 19:01:15

    Hello! Really cool design! How tall is the biggest part? Thank you!

    2022-02-15 19:51:28

    165mm height.
    Please enjoy~

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