BOOSTER - S1

Booster - Small 1 (Product ID: BOOSTER-S1)

What is this?

This is a 3D printed 1/96 scale model designed based on the SpaceX’s Super Heavy Booster Prototype #4 (BN4)!

“SpaceX’s Starship spacecraft and Super Heavy rocket (collectively referred to as Starship) represent a fully reusable transportation system designed to carry both crew and cargo to Earth orbit, the Moon, Mars and beyond Starship will be the world’s most powerful launch vehicle ever developed, with the ability to carry in excess of 100 metric tonnes to Earth orbit” – source: SpaceX 

Inspired by their missions, I’ve decided to design a 3D printable Starship & Super Heavy Booster scale model with a goal of using it to inspire young children to study more about space science and other STEM subjects.

How can I purchase this model?

You can either (1) download the STL files and make it yourself on your 3D printer OR (2) order the 3D printed model directly from us. If you choose to order the 3D printed model, please note that the model will come un-assembled and you will have to fit the parts together yourself (we will pre-fit all the magnets so it will be extremely easy to assemble the model as no glue is required)

STL files: £60* (Include Booster and Orbital Launch Pad)
3D printed models: £320 (Booster),  £80 (Orbital Launch Pad)**

* If you want to print this model yourself, your printer need a minimum build volume of 189x189x212mm. However, if you don’t want to print the Orbital Launch Pad, then you’ll only need a build volume of 98x98x151mm to print the Booster-S1
** These models are sold separately. If you decide to purchase the Booster WITHOUT the Orbital Launch Pad, please be aware that it won’t stand up on its own and you’ll need to make your own stand.  
LICENSE: The STL files of this model are property of MORE THAN 3D LIMITED.
Besides personal use, please DO NOT copy or share to a third party, or use for any other purposes (e.g. commercial) without the express written consent of MORE THAN 3D LIMITED. Thank you

Ready to order? 

Scale: 1/96
Overall dimensions: Ring Diameter: 93.75mm, Height (Booster plus Orbital Launch Pad): 898mm
Manufacturing lead time: 2 weeks
Total number of 3D printed parts (exclude magnets): 34

This model was designed using publicly available material from the internet including CAD models, videos and pictures of the real SpaceX’s Starship Prototypes.

How to print this model by yourself?

If you have decided to purchase the STL files to make this model by yourself, please click on the button below for full print and assembly instructions. 
If you come across any issues, please do not hesitate to contact us via sales@morethan3d.com 

FAQ

1, Does it fly? No, it doesn’t
2, Can the model be stripped down to piece part level? Yes, all parts are held together by magnets
3, Does the model come in a cardboard box? Yes, the model is well packed. It comes in a box with foam/bubble wrap
4, Does the model come fully assembled or as a kit?  The model comes as a kit – it’s really easy to assemble. 
5, Will you update the design as the real Starship progresses?  Yes, I will
6, Does the £60 include all future updates?  Yes and No. Depends on the complexity of the modifications, some update will be free of charge and some won’t
7, Can I stack the Starship-S1 on this?  Yes, of course
8, Does the STL also include STL of the Starship-S1?  No, you need to purchase the Starship-S1 STL files separately
9, Does the model has any interior?  Yes, it has full interior including the LOX, CH4 tanks, and CH4 plumbings
10, What is the minimum build volume that I need to print this model? Your printer need a minimum build volume of 189x189x212mm. However, if you don’t want to print the Orbital Launch Pad, then you’ll only need a build volume of 98x98x151mm to print the Booster-S1

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Gary
Gary
1 month ago

I added some building tips to the Starship S-1 page that apply here as well. See the comments on https://morethan3d.com/starship-s1/

Kenneth Ericsson
Kenneth Ericsson
3 months ago

Just finnished the Booster.. and I mounted the Starship on top but it fall.. I think it need some kind of suppot tower to help it stand up. I was tried to catch it but it explode in 100 pieces. :).. Now im glad that I ordered the STL files so I can make new parts..Parts that I can not find.. But Thank you and keep up the good work.

Ryan
Ryan
3 months ago

I would love to see an updated SN20 with heat protection tiles along with an updated BN4. Do you have plans for that?

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