7 Machines from Horizon Zero Dawn are now free 3D printed miniatures

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With the release of The Frozen Wilds and the complete addition, Horizon Zero Dawn is once again on everyone’s minds, including the maker community.

Théo Domon has been very busy modelling, 3D printing and painting the now famous machines from the game, creating an impressive collection that he has now shared with the world.

Scroll down to see the seven available designs he has published. Click on the name of the machine to be taken to the Thingiverse page with free files to print your own.

Alternatively browse his user page on either Thingiverse or ArtStation to see and learn more about the designs.

Domon was kind enough to send us the details of each print you can view below. The measurements are in the format of length X width X height and he tells us that each took around two days to paint, depending on the complexity of the design.


Time to model: 30 hours

Time to print: 30 hours

Measurements: 33 X 10 X 17 centimetres


Time to model: 20 hours

Time to print: 25 hours

Measurements: 32 X 17 X 21 centimetres


Time to model: 40 hours

Time to print: 70 hours

Measurements: 30 X 45 X 28 centimetres


Time to model: 30 hours

Time to print: 30 hours

Measurements (with antennas): 28 X 9 X 18 centimetres


Time to model: 30 hours

Time to print: 50 hours

Measurements: 23 X 18 X 53 centimetres


Time to model: 50 hours

Time to print: 40 hours

Measurements: 35 X 16 X 26 centimetres


Time to model: 10 hours

Time to print: 10 hours

Measurements: 19 X 5 X 17 centimetres

Previous 3D Prints of the Day:

Clinton Matos

Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of htxt.africa.


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