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Files For 3D Printing

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Files that can be used to for 3D printing physical versions, using your own printer or a service such as Shapeways etc.

Note that files for CNC and laser cutting can be found in their own sub-section, inside.

177 files

  1. Free

    Oil Seal Surround for 100mm hemis

    ok i jumped on cad and changed the surround a little so it fit the 100mm hemisphhere only changed is the walls thicker.

    4 downloads

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    Alternative Dome Light Cages for use with Quilted Mason Jars

    Instead of the canonical MoFlash dome light lenses, my son and I used 1/4 pint quilted Mason jars (widely available in the US, not sure about elsewhere).
    The jars are a bit shorter and squatter than the MoFlash lenses and they have a diamond embossed pattern instead of the vertical grooves - but they look pretty close and behave  similarly when lit from inside.
    These files comprise dome light cages that fit the Mason jars.
    The .stl files are low poly.
    Also including the solidworks files so you can make your own high poly .stl files if desired.

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    NDP Telescoping Joint

    This is the joint you see at the midsection of the telescoping plunger arm.
    Measurements based on NDP Plans. 
     
    I added a tube at the bottom to push into the larger portion of the plunger arm to help secure it and have something to glue to.
    The OSD of addon tubing is 27mm.  
    The ISD overall is 18mm to give 1mm of clearance on the 17mm OSD telescoping tube.  
     
    Print orientation: I would suggest printing this with the tapered section down with a build plate.
     
    Density: My suggestion on this is 100% mainly to give strength to the section where it gets glued on.   
     
    If you need an alternative sizing version PM @bryanxiii 

    2 downloads

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    NSD Eye Front

    I created my own CAD files for the NSD eye to print because I wasn't happy with any that I found, they all needed some unsightly supports.
     
    I designed these to be easy print (I did mine on an Ender 3, came out great) The front section doesn't need supports, orientate it so the front section faces up and it'll print nicely. The back section needs a support in the middle to print the stem, which broke off easily for me. Tolerances are pretty tight and will need some light sanding to make it a little looser. Then you just have to drill your holes for your allen bolts and you're good to go!

    21 downloads

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    NSD Eye Back

    CREATOR's EDIT: My apologies, I only just realised this has 8 rods, not 12 going around the eye. I'll leave the files up for now in case anyone wishes to modify them, as I don't have the time right now. My plan is to sand off the rods printed on the eye, and make/glue the vessel tubing as a separate part so to not bin the one I currently printed. Just wanted to be fully transparent about this mistake!
     
    I created my own CAD files for the NSD eye to print because I wasn't happy with any that I found, they all needed some unsightly supports.
     
    I designed these to be easy print (I did mine on an Ender 3, came out great) The front section doesn't need supports, orientate it so the front section faces up and it'll print nicely. The back section needs a support in the middle to print the stem, which broke off easily for me. Tolerances are pretty tight and will need some light sanding to make it a little looser. Then you just have to drill your holes for your allen bolts and you're good to go!

    14 downloads

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    Louis Marx Bump and Go Toy Dalek

    This is a model of the Louis Marx Bump and Go Toy Dalek of the 60's, as used in the production of Evil of the Daleks per information from this gallery entry and this BBC photo.
     
    Provided is:
    -.SLDPRT of the whole thing, for your personal improvements or modifications
    -.STL of the whole thing
    -.STL's of it with the eyestalk and appendages in separate files for you to glue on
     
    Let me know any ways I could better the screen-accuracy or proportions.
     
     

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    Shawcraft Eye Control

    This is a copy of the Shawcraft eye control. The diameter of the "pulley" is 102mm, the same as the eye pivot so should give a 1:1 ratio when rotating the control. There are 4 holes around the outside of the control 8mm in diameter - idea if you have some 8mm dowel left over from the neck struts. The centre hole is 8mm, and the control lock is designed to take an 8mm nut with plastic insert. 

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    Imperial Dalek: Eye Stalk

    This is a download for the Imperial Dalek eye stalk. The files are in .stl format making them easy to 3D print or to use as digital references/models. These parts are 1:1 scale and match the most recent revision of the Imperial Dalek plans making it plug and play to print or easy to scale to your Daleks needs. I personally 3D printed these units to create a mold that allows me to cast the part with perfect detail. You can achieve the center reflective disc by printing the part and then covering it with a reflective film as shown in the screenshots above. However, I prefer the none reflective disc on my personal Dalek build. The parts look great as 3D prints alone with some filler and primer and detail work. Recommend printing these parts slow and precise at 15% infill for best results.
    (Would love to see any print results from anyone who chooses to share on this thread)
     
    Details:
    Scale - 1:1 (In compliance with Imperial Dalek Plans Version 3.5)
    Parts included in this download - Eye Stalk * Eye Piece * Reflector * 4 Stalk Discs * Eye Pivot
    NOTE: For ease of assembly, parts have a 0.5mm to 1mm tolerance. The eye Pivot has a 12mm (1/2") hole in the center for a bolt and a larger hole on the backside that can be used to attach a control rod for the eye stalk.
     
    I will keep these files up to date and if you have any suggestions or find any errors please let me know so that I may update the parts.

    7 downloads

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    Imperial Dalek: Dome Lights

    This is a download for the Imperial Dalek dome lights. The files are in .stl format making them easy to 3D print or to use as digital references/models. These parts are 1:1 scale and match the most recent revision of the Imperial Dalek plans making it plug and play to print or easy to scale to your Daleks needs. I personally 3D printed these units to create molds so that I can cast the parts. I cut the center piece from acrylic using the print as a template. However, the parts look great as 3D prints with some filler and primer and you can print the center disc from a transparent filament with out any hassle. Recommend printing these parts slow and precise at 18% infill for best results.
    (Would love to see any print results from anyone who chooses to share on this thread)
     
    Details:
    Scale - 1:1 (In compliance with Imperial Dalek Plans Version 3.5)
    Parts included in this download - VHE-275 * Acrylic Disc * VT-250
    NOTE: For ease of assembly, parts VHE-275 and Acrylic Disc have 6mm holes to allow the 4.5mm rods of part VT-250 to slide through. This is not visible from the outside and ensure perfect placement of the parts. The Acrylic Disc and VT-250 also have a 26mm hole in the center to allow the placement of a small bulb.
     
    I will keep these files up to date and if you have any suggestions or find any errors please let me know so that I may update the parts.

    5 downloads

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    PDF VOICE MOD HOLDER

    I made this to stick inside my Daleks. It's a little on the large side so I can add neoprene inside to prevent rattles.  I can now easily swap out my mods to my desired Dalek. Mine took about 8 hrs to print and used 85 G (28.35m) with tree supports.
     
    I used No More Nails to stick this inside the front of the shoulder section of my NSD and it does the job as planned.

    13 downloads

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    Full Size 3D Printable NSD-like Dalek

    Hello all, I hope some of you find this useful, and no one finds it frustrating...
     
    These are the STL files I designed and used to print Duma.  You can read all the details here: 
     
    I used this project to gain experience both with CAD and 3D printing.  Both of which I had no experience with before starting.  I started at the top and worked my way down, and you can see how my skills developed a bit as progress was made.  There are places where things don't quite match the plans, most notably the NSD dome grooves are missing.  I didn't have the skills at the time I did the dome to make that happen.  One other thing to note, that you might not notice is the eye stalk is slightly shorter than the plans.  This was done intentionally to fit a lamp rod down the center to reinforce it.  Straight up 3D printed stalk was not strong enough by itself.  Likewise the gun and plunger have lamp rods through them too, but I used long enough rods that they could be trimmed to fit.  I took artistic license here and there, for the most part it follows the plans.
     
    If you are thinking of attempting this project you need to know a few things.  First, again, I had little to no CAD or 3D printing experience before starting this project.  There are probably better models in the downloads section for various parts, but I drew them up myself anyway in an effort to gain experience.  So this is the WHOLE thing, designed to fit together.  If you substitute someone else's dome, or eye, or whatever, don't expect it to fit without some additional work on your part.  Even if you stick strictly to these STL files, not everything is perfect.  Read through Duma's diary 5 or 6 times to see where I struggled, and needed to make modifications post print, to make it all work.  I think the only file in the bundle that isn't what I used is the Cowl, and there all I did was remove the name from the ID indent, because you probably don't want your Dalek to be named Duma.  That said, this project took over 2 years, spanning 2 computers.  I did my best to assemble the STL files into one place before uploading them, but be prepared for me to have made a mistake and included one or two files that don't work, or there may be something missing.  If someone comes across this, I should be reachable through the forum to figure it out.  Second, for the neck and dome you'll need a variety of M3 nuts and bolts.  There are many, and I don't recall all the sizes, so have a variety on hand.  The skirt and base are held together with a variety of M5 nuts and bolts.  Currently the neck is glued and screwed, everything else is just screwed.  Eventually it will be glued, but for the moment it seems to hold together pretty well with just nuts and bolts.  In the beginning I was printing the parts with threads in the part.  Which works ok, but isn't super robust.  Eventually I learned how to embed nuts in the parts, so the lower parts don't have that.  Third, the dome was designed with animatronics in mind.  So there are motor mounts for the eye, and rotation.  The motors are described in the build diary, but if you can't get hold of the same part, you will likely need to make some significant modifications.  I haven't included anything for motorization in the shoulder or base, so it is currently a static prop.  Eventually I'll work out those details.  If you get to it before me I'd be happy to bundle your efforts in here.  Lastly, I had no CAD or 3D printing experience when I started, so don't judge me 😉.
     
    P.S.  Someday I plan to update the files to include "what I would do if I had it to do over again."  But don't hold your breath.
     

    107 downloads

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    Neck ring tri-foil holder

    This item allows the builder to drill a straight 3/4 inch hole in the neck rings instead of trying to drill 3 small 1/4 inch holes right next to each other at an angle. The angle of the holes puts the tri-foils at the same angle as the neck rings in the Shawcraft Movie Dalek Plans.

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    Mk 3 Dalek Eyestalk - for my uploaded eye STL's.

    Eyestalk for my uploaded eye STL's.
     
    Print Eye stalk bottom and eye pivot in the orientation it's presented in WITH supports, at least 20% infill and three perimeters is good.
    No supports required for eye stalk top, it's been tested with the properly sized transparent acrylic tube which fits perfectly and has no play.
     
    No glue required, just an M10 thread bar with two nuts for top and bottom.
    Fire me a PM if you have an questions!

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    70's Dalek eyes 2 - Genesis of the Daleks style eye

    No supports required except for the back of the eye, remove supports on this part and insert the ring which is for aligning the front and the back of the eye.
    You may need to reduce the size of the joiner to 99% to help it fit into the recesses, do this in your slicer and scaling.
    I recommend 20% infill and 3 perimeters. Send me a PM if you need assistance!
    11MM diameter hole is for the eye stalk/pivot files which I'll upload soon, the finished prints are kept together with an M10 threaded bar and nuts.

    34 downloads

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    NSD Neck Matt

    STL files to print replica pool matt for an NSD neck.  Modeled after actual pool matting used on my first NSD build, which was not authentic Heronrib/Heronair.  Just the closest equivalent I could find at the time.  Designed to glue into a 3D printed set of neck rings.  3 levels are designed smooth where they will mate to the neck rings to provide more surface for gluing.  You may need to trim here and there to fit your neck rings.

    62 downloads

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    70's Dalek Eyes 1 - Day of the Daleks high poly STL.

    No supports required except for the back of the eye, remove supports on this part and insert the ring which is for aligning the front and the back of the eye.
    If the part layout is too big for your print bed just separate the parts in printing software or import into Microsoft 3D builder (free software) edit file and split keeping both top and bottom.
    Parts are oriented for best printing speed and quality - 20% infill, 3 perimeters recommended.  Send me a PM if you need assistance!
    11MM diameter hole is for the eye stalk/pivot files which I'll upload soon, the finished prints are kept together with an M10 threaded bar and nuts.
     

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    Accurate plunger - high poly

    60's/70's Style plunger created using the newer plans. Can be printed with FDM or SLA.
    I added a rod at the bottom to slide onto the last stage of the arm, if you don't intend to use this part then you can import into Microsoft 3D builder, go to edit and split model.

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    Egg cup dome light - high poly

    I was originally going to make a "Power of the Daleks" variant and so I created this file, I managed to pick up a few genuine egg cups and then decided to make a different Dalek altogether.

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    NSD screw-on Hemi.stl

    NSD screw-on Hemi
    Here is my first dive into creating an STL
    Because I want the ability to change my Hemi's at Christmas to have lights inside of them, Dalek camouflaged as a Christmas tree, I created this Screw on Hemi holder.
     
    Two parts, 
    Internal bracket has three holes for screws, center could be removed but I wanted it to ensure the hemi was centered, it also has a bracket for my LED lights as seen in picture.
    Outside bracket is simply a bracket to glue on the Hemi using two parts Christmas ornaments and then simply screw it onto the internal bracket.
     
    Could be handy for quick replacement option of hemi
    Hope it helps someone else
     
    Oh! The screw holes are for 3/16.
     
    DalekDucky

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    Eye Ring mk3.stl

    The eye ring (white) should press and hold into place without glue on my Mk3 Eye
     

    8 downloads

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    Eye Ball mk3.stl

    It's possible to print the main body (black) in about 11 hours at 0.2 resolution on an Ender 3 with very little support around the base. Infill of 20% is plenty. I've made this for a 30mm diameter eye stalk with a mm to spare. 
     
    This was intended as a one-off for my own Genesis Dalek but feel free to tinker.

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    NSD Shoudlers STL

    This is just the Shoulder section of the Solid works NSD 1.0.0 by cjorgensenmd
    I took the fiberglass NSD shoulder.SLDPRT file, and used Grab CAD to convert it to an STL file since I don't have Solidworks.
    I then used Mesh Mixer to cut it in to quarters that would fit on my CR-10 Max printer.
     
    NOTE: I have not tried printing this (Yet), though all files are water tight, and Should print OK. 

    180 downloads

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    NSD cowl quadrants

    This is the NSD Cowl 1.0.0 By Macropod80, but split into 4 roughly equal sized quadrants which can be printed on printers with a much smaller build area. I created these splits for my Flashforge Adventurer 3 which only has 150x150x150 build area, and they print fine, and join together pretty well with nice tight seams. Someone more proficient at 3D modelling than I could perhaps improve these models by adding some alignment/reinforcing tabs along the joins to aid with accurate assembly and strengthen the joins in the assembled piece. In my case I joined the pieces with superglue and held them together by hand while the initial bond formed.
     
    Whilst the seams are fairly tight & neat, they're not invisible, so the completed assembled cowl will still need filling, sanding & painting. The parts need to be printed with supports, which are not in these model files, you'll have to add them in your slicer.
     
    I printed these in PLA with 0.2 layer height, and each quadrant is roughly a 16 hour print at the highest quality on my machine.
     
    Hope this helps someone!

    124 downloads

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    Davros-Shoulder Clamp Slide Cap.stl

    Top cap for 40x20mm box section for the shoulder epaulette sliders 

    9 downloads

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    Davros-Shoulder Clamp Boss LH.stl

    Left hand boss that take 2x 40x20mm box section sliders and mates with the shoulder clamp former.

    8 downloads

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