UCS Razorcrest

During the summer of 2019, I worked a lot on my first version of this ship, based only on the few images from the Mandalorian panel at Star Wars Celebration on April 14th.
Then the first season of the show has aired, it was FANTASTIC and the Razorcrest had a very good screen time, giving me, chapter after chapter, many details to recreate, both exterior and interior.

At first I wanted to improve my existing version, but I quickly realized it was to small to support all the details I wanted to add to it. So I decided to start a new one from scratch.
My objectives were :
 - Make it bigger but still in the minifigscale range,
 - Make it as detailed as possible (interior and exterior),
 - Make it as studless as possible,
 - Make it modular (to allow better accessibility for modifications and for photos)

So I did all that ! Weeks after weeks during the Autumn and the Holiday season.

At that point, I was not sure if I would embark on the adventure of making digital plans and instructions for this.
Then I was contacted by James Robinson, who offered to help designing these instructions.
It's been a very long process, even for two people ! Plus it was the first time I was doing Instructions and I wanted them to be as good as official lego ones.
Countless hours and 500+ pages later, the instructions for this 5.2 kg beast were available.

Chapitre 2

Update !
The current version is V3 :

1/ Improvements
Thank your for your feedback ! It helped me correct some mistakes and inconsistencies !

2/ New details

This version has the escape pod (as in the official Lego set), the maintenance crawlspace (from Chapter 12), room for the droid remnants (from chapter 10).

What about these transparent vintage parts for the canopy ?
I have been looking at different ways to design the cockpit since 2019 April 19th... And so far I have not found a good way to do without these "6059".
There were plenty of them on Bricklink, selling under a dollar until I released my build in 2020, but now they are pretty rare.

4/ What about these 6x6x3 round corner ?
V3 uses 8 of those instead of the original 16 !
It looks better in flat silver but DBG can work too.
5/ If you already have an older version, will you get the latest one ?
Yes !
If you bought it from Rebrickable, just downlod the V3 file !
If you bought it from me or Buildamoc,  just send me a quick email at info@papaglop.com

  • Weight 5.5kg
  • H :  28cm (11 inch)
  • L :  61 cm (24 inch)
  • W : 54 cm (21 inch)

7/ How can I upload the XML part list in Bricklink ?
Visit this page for tips on how to use Bricklink and shop wisely.

8/ Are there 8x16 UCS stickers for this build ?
Yes !
You can find them at Ultimate Collector Stickers :

9/ Are there acrylic display case ?
Not yet... But soon, from Idisplayit

10/ How do you get this build ?
 - You can buy the instructions on  Rebrickable. And then find the pieces.
 - You can buy the full set (in real Lego Bricks) from Buildamoc

11/ What about "Compatible Brands"
Some non-Lego brands are selling this design (and other of my designs) without my consent and without sharing any profit with me.
However, even if I support the use of real bricks, I also understand that not everyone can afford so many real Lego bricks...