(Photo credit: Cedric Tosoni)
We're living in an age of hoverboards that don't really hover, but I'm glad that 3D printing is creating awesome possibilities. Just last week, Robert Downey Jr. delivered a 3D-printed armor for a kid with cystic fibrosis. The plethora of things you can create is wonderful; now, can now 3D-print your own Star Wars Cutaway AT-AT.
This 300mm tall AT-AT model was created by Kirby Downey, who has designed many cosplay and other popular designs for MyMiniFactory. The AT-AT is loaded with 15 points of articulation. You'd have to assemble it, as it comes in 70 different parts that could be fitted into place without the need of glue. It would take about 65 hours to print all of these parts. Check out the photos via 3dprint below: