Notes: An impressively complete build here, even going so far as to include the various antique chairs, armillary sphere, cathedral clock, and food machine seen during the first season. Everything has been test printed by the author and verified functional. You can also download the Astral Map and Time Space Visualizer a little further below.
Secondary Console Room TARDIS Console from Season 14 by Jeffrey Fink
Notes:Another glorious design by Jeffrey Fink who also created the 8th Doctor Console room set my own version was based around. The writing surface doors open, the drawers slide out, even the tiny little metal rams heads are exquisitely detailed. You're going to want to have this resin printed, or head over to Shapeways and have the metal rails and rams heads custom printed in actual brass or bronze!
Rani's TARDIS from Mark of the Rani by Jeffrey Fink
Notes:Because of the size and wall thicknesses, the walls are designed to be glued along the edges. The roof frame is designed to allow the sides to slot into it, but there are no slots on the base. The peg holes for the doors will need to be cleaned
The two front panels have a slot for a 2.4mm rod to be inserted into them. There is enough space on the back of the panels to allow for lighting if you wish. The base is opened
on the under side and should have enough room for a battery pack.
The Whomobile from Planet of the Spiders by Chris Jones
Download: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4681236 Notes: This design is jumping to the top of my remix list for 2021. Chris has come up with an amazing design here that even includes a functional steering column.
Absorbaloff from Love and Monsters by James Lee
Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_KdmCiB5b2XH0dCnQzUI88-hdd2H_dpc Notes: The first of many figures designed by the prolific and talented James Lee.
This figure even comes with an optional cane and pavement-stone face accessories!
Note that the mesh has fine detail than a standard resolution resin printer simply can't reproduce. The arms and legs are attached via a simple universal peg design which means you should have no difficulty printing this figure in either filament or resin, but resin will give you significantly improved surface detail.
Chameleon from The Faceless Ones (animated) by James Lee
Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wlXDc2hEhXzOev5rjvYadeQgJ2FQK13Z Notes: Not to be confused with Kameleon, the 5th Doctor's robotic companion and unfortunate stooge of The Master, these are the enemy of the 2nd Doctor who look like they were attacked by silly string.
As with most of James' designs, the mesh has more detail than a standard resolution resin printer can reproduce. This is another universal peg design figures that should print just fine in either filament or resin, though as always, resin will give you greatly improved surface detail.
Draconian from Frontier In Space by James Lee
Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-Z_HNqqnR343ocVznMVPnzckEkQwp3a5 Notes: As with most of James' designs, the mesh has more detail than a standard resolution resin printer can reproduce. This is another universal peg design figures that will print just fine in either filament or resin, though resin is definitely the way to go if you want to see all those little scaly bumps and beard whiskers when it finishes printing.
Cyber Warrior from Ascension of the Cybermen by James Lee
Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZeId8XjZDGqrv1sNSswUTK6RbqoA-qZ4 Notes: This figure uses a ball and socket design for the head that will not work without modification on resin printers (you'll need to sand it down after printing so that it basically becaomes another peg.) Due to the angular nature of this design, it prints fairly well on a regular filament printer, though resin will give you improved surface detail, especially on the overhangs.
Cyber Master from The Timeless Children by James Lee
Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1q8vzNDUhWWAvgjLGbPujYnxQHe2FS4c7 Notes: This figure uses a ball and socket design for the head that will not work without modification on resin printers (you'll need to sand it down after printing so that it basically becaomes another peg.) Due to the angular nature of this design, it prints surprisingly well on a regular filament printer, but resin will give you improved surface details, especially on the collar and robes.
Dalek Trooper from Resurrection of the Daleks by James Lee
Notes: This is a two-fer, with the main armor of the body doubling for both versions. To print the Knight Commander, you'll need to download the Destroyer model and just change out the appropriate parts.
This is another peg design figures that should print just fine in either filament or resin, though as The Destroyer is arguably the single most detailed monster of the classic series, you'll really need a resin printer to do it true justice.
"Nightmare" Cyberman from Nightmare in Silver by James Lee
Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lqsc7Qxkm4EmyIOQ42rAYumkSv6-liec Notes: This figure uses a ball and socket design for the head that will not work without modification on resin printers (you'll need to sand it down after printing so that it basically becaomes another peg.) Due to the angular nature of this design, it prints fairly well on a regular filament printer, though resin will give you improved surface detail, especially on the overhangs.
"Wheel" Cyberman from Wheel in Space by James Lee
Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jiAtPk9rvBMEP1IEb97Ni6Kha_z-nihI Notes: As with most of James' designs, the mesh has more detail than a standard resolution resin printer can reproduce. This is another universal peg design figure that should print fine in filament or resin, but you may lose some of the smaller surface details and hoses if printing in regular filament.
Peter Cushing "Dr. Who" from the 60's Dalek movies by James Lee
Sontaran Steg from Shakedown: Return of the Sontarans (spin-off) by James Lee
Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/12DdcMgkVkz9IfriwiEym9a6rfV9GVA-z Notes: The new Sontaran design featured in the Shakedown direct to video movie. Due to the angular nature of this design, it prints fairly well on a regular filament printer, though resin will give you improved surface detail, especially on the overhangs. It uses the standard peg design for the arms and legs and also comes with an optional Two Doctors style gun accessory (Though if you want a slightly more screen accurate version, you can download one here.)
The Lone Cyberman from The Haunting of Villa Diodati by James Lee
Download: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1RWErJ5S2LQqLCdvbfDQEhYRauP41TRSy Notes: The angular nature of the cyberman means that this one prints surprisingly well with regular filament. The arms and legs are attached via his universal peg design which means you should have no difficulty printing this figure in either filament or resin, but resin will give you significantly improved surface detail.
Blackpool Exhibition Entrance TARDIS (exhibit) by Grant Holdsworth
Golden Emperor Dalek from Timelord Victorious (animated) by CaptainJimiPie
Download: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4627305 Notes: Jimi is primarily known for his customization work and youtube videos, but built this model as a stand-alone kit based off the Golden Emperor Dalek featured in the Timelord VictoriousDaleks! animated series. While I believe he printed the example below in regular filament, looking at the design, there should be no reason why it wouldn't print just as well in resin. You can check out his video for this particular creation here.
Mr. Smith from The Sarah Jane Adventures by Daniele Roccati
Proposed Season 27 TARDIS Console Room by Michael Thresher
Download: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4561299 Notes: Based on Mike Tucker's concept design drawings and model for a proposed Season 27 console room redesign (which was briefly used as a backdrop by Sylvester McCoy's for some 35th anniversary wrap-arounds on BBC Choice.) This design includes the console, but not the rotor, and requires a handful of clear parts for completion.
TT Capsule (TARDIS without Chameleon Circuit) by Stephen Miller
Download: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2515661 Notes: Based on the slimmer version stolen by the 12th Doctor in Hell Bent. The Type 40 stolen by the 1st Doctor and Susan during The Name of the Doctor was significantly wider and taller, so presumably this version is a more recent model.
The Rani's TARDIS Console from Mark of the Rani by Jeffrey Fink
Dalek Transmat from Evil of the Daleks by Chris Jones
Download: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4730726 Notes: Although not referred to by name, this "mirror cabinet" teleportation device employed by the Daleks during Evil of the Daleks is the first recorded use of a Transmat in classic Doctor Who. If you're looking for the more recent Dalek Transmat used in Remembrance of the Daleks, you can find it here.
The Moment (Button) from Day of the Doctor by Rob Ackers
The General from Day of the Doctor and Hell Bent by Rob Ackers, James Lee, and Troy Ryan Wood
Download: Rob Ackers/James Lee Body:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GjG9Q4qnvddLlSWUhe25S_qZ0Ndub-50 Alternate Troy Ryan Wood Head:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tDpnDtybgA-lnjy0jJpU-9kMFnmGLA9I Notes: This is truly a collaborative effort as Rob remixed James' Cybermen and Destroyer figures to make the body for a custom designed to reuse an existing Dr. Constantine head from The Empty Child (pictured right below). Meanwhile, James remixed his remix, and I provided a slightly higher quality alternate 3D printable head to make this a full-fledged figure rather than just a custom piece.
As you can see from the photo on the left below, a lot of the fine detail on the head is lost due to filament printing. It should look a lot better in resin, but you can still use the preexisting Dr. Constantine head if you want a fairly accurate version that you don't have to worry about painting.
Baltazar from The Infinite Quest (animated) by James Lee
Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uqYMzRVrhhqzIvfgVP_C2dv5jt0Re5Oe/ Notes: James has resurrected possibly the most obscure Doctor Who companion yet. Barnabus was a robot butler built by the Second Doctor to do chores around the TARDIS and serve tea. He only appeared briefly in 1967, and was promptly forgotten, but does hold the dubious honor of being the first robot companion to join the TARDIS crew.
The Trods from TV Comics by James Lee
Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VJFDFqnuWyN_KdPORWuhLrMvRFzl7RPb/ Notes: The Trods were an attempt by TV Comic to find a cheap alternative to the Daleks who could pursue The Doctor and his grandchildren John and Gillian throughout time and space, but in an affordeble, royalty-free way. Like the Daleks, they ran on static electricity, had their own time machine, and the second Doctor even hid inside the hollowed-out shell one while trapped inside a "Time Museum." Sounds a bit familiar.
Emoeror Dalek Throne Room Play Set from Evil of the Daleks by James Lee
The Slyther from The Dalek Invasion of Earth by James Lee
Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/15vPSos2NrqQNhAypBJAOCOerZDchHDVf/ Notes: Only glimpsed on camera for a few seconds before plummeting to it's death at the beginning of episode 5 of Dalek Invasion of Earth, this "pet" of the Supreme Controller of the is actually the second version of the infamous Slyther costume. The first verision, which looked more like a giant jellyfish was seen even more briefly during the cliffhanger to episode 4, but was deemed "not scary enough" and taken back to Shawcraft to be fitted with two goofy bulbous eyestalks and slightly beefier arms.
Needless to say, neither of these hasty additions were very much help, when it came to trying (and failing) to leap across a dangerous gorge to the mining cart where Ian was waiting to hit in the face with a rock.
The Trickster from Sarah Jane Adventures by James Lee and Scott Richards
Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YrmCmGqk-WAaQjgsBOS-sxenXakSRJ69 Notes: One of the evil Galactic Council who conspires with the Daleks in Mission to the Unknown and The Dalek's Master Plan. This is the version seen in the single-episode Mission to the Unknown prequel which had several leech-like face protuberances. The version from Master Plan was played by an entirely different actor with a similar haircut, but a slightly different costume, no face leeches, and sharpened teeth.
The Kandyman from The Happiness Patrol by Rob Ackers Download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_qJnsfCbwJrewgTxlLvm0lYdjxLeL3PX Notes: An incredible addition by Rob Ackers. A lot of people have been requesting this figure for quite some time, and I'm simultaneouosly awestruck and jealous that somebody else beat me to it (and made it fully articulated to boot!)
Dinosaur Stun Gun from Invasion of the Dinosaurs by Spyduck and Troy Wood
Notes: Modified from the original version created by Spyduck. This version has been resized for 3D printing (I have verified it will print in resin, filament printing is dubious) with a few modification including adding the groove to the top of the gun, the side panel, and battery pack.
Chris Jones, who was an extremely active member of our 3D printing group and responsible for creating many of our project's most popular designs, sadly passed away in late 2021.
His final work was the creation of a deluxe
Sontaran Scout Ship based on the original design from The Time Warrior. Unlike the rotocast Character Options toy which contained a false front recess behind the door, Chris' version is completely hollow inside and contains the entire interior workings, including a functional chair and control console. Truly, a magnificent parting gift from a talented model maker.
Season 13 Sontaran from War of the Sontarans by James Lee
Jim created this nice diorama kit of the Spiridon temple entrance from Planet of the Daleks. It is designed to be printed flat of a standard filament printer. Due to the large size, it probably won't fit on most resin printers.
Calum has recreated an excellend likeness of the futuristic Cybermen seen in the final 8th Doctor comic strip "The Flood." The figure comes with alternate head and torso pieces for making the Cybercontroller version seen in the same strip.
Lost Warriors Cyberman from Lost Warriors (audio) by Rob Ackers
Sculpted by James Lee and articulated by Rob Ackers. This figures uses snap-together ball joints which will only work in PLA filament. You might still get it to work in SLA resin, but you'll have to clamshell the body around the ball joints.
Warrior Sea Devil from Warriors of the Deep by James Lee and Aaron J Climas
Original scuplt by James Lee and remixed by Aaron J Climas. This figures uses snap-in-place arm and foot joints which will only work in PLA filament, however, you can still use them in SLA if you sand them down and glue them in place. All hinged joints should function similar to my own figures where you can insert a toothpick or brass craft rod.
Make sure you print the helmet, shoulders, right hand and thighs with supports, and if you want to print a few different variants, you can mirror the skirt to the left and right, and there in an alternate taller leader head.
Another gorgeous creation by Jeffrey. This model is definitely designed to be printed in resin. If you're going to attempt it in filament, make sure you're using PLA+ at maximum infill with added supports. You may need to replace the emitter tubes with off-the-shelf acryllic rods if they won't print properly.
Hyperspacial Bridge from Stones of Blood by Jeffrey Fink
A fun accessory to accompany your Ogri figure and the upcoming Cailleach. This is another one that is really designed for resin printig. If you are going to attempt it in filament, make sure you're using PLA+ at maximum infill with added supports.
Leighton managed to turn a fairly low quality scan that I was convince was going to take weeks if not months of work into a completely articulated figure nearly overnight. The detail he added is incredible and greatly exceeds the original source.
White Robot from The Mind Robber by Aaron J. Climas and Brian Taylor
This 2023 version of the figure has been almost completely redesigned by Aaron J. Climas (except for Brian's original gloves.)
It's designed for PLA printing, but should work with SLA if you use flexible resin for the pop-in joints or simply glue those parts in solid if the prongs don't have enough flex.
Miniscope from Carnival of Monsters by Jeffrey Fink