Model 1: Rancher 4×4

(2 customer reviews)


Rancher 4×4 – 3d printable set of parts for your 3d printer. Model is approx. 53 cm long (1:8 scale) and is prepared for your RC equipment.

Can be used both indoors/outdoors and have enough torque and power to drive in heavy terrain. Due slow speed, model is suitable for kids.



Model 1 v1.3.2, release date: November 20, 2020

  • Gearbox Housing update

Model 1 v1.3.1, release date: October 14, 2020

  • error resolved in “Interior 1” (new seats) printing setups (.gcode, .3mf, printing plates in .stl format).

Model 1 v1.3, release date: September 29, 2020

  • new Axles with more durable differentials
  • optional wider track (files located in the Spare Parts folder)
  • new seats with realistic shape
  • new door interior panels with realistic shape
  • new electronics box, now easily accessible
  • added TrackBar to rear Axle, preventing wobble

If you purchased Model 1 before, just re-download again to get the latest version for free.


Model 1: Rancher 4×4


What you get:
  • 3d printing files: .stl and .gcode optimised for Prusa Mk2-3 printers, .stl for regular 3d printer with 20×20 cm bed size. The total download size is over 500 MB.
  • step-by-step build guide,Β for v1.3.2 available here
  • list of all non-printable items (like motor, tires, screws, etc.) with link to recommended online stores


What you will need:
  • any 20 x 20 cm 3D printer, Prusa i3 recommended
  • 2,75 kg of filament needed for all parts, PLA or PET. Preferably 2 kg of black and 0,75 of any color (body of the car)
  • bring your own motor/speed controller, servo and battery
  • basic soldering equipment
  • screws and nuts
  • set of bearings
  • set of rubber tires and shocks


How I get the purchased files?
  • after purchasing this digital product, you can download the printing files under “My account” (in “Downloads” section)
  • payment is available via PayPal service only

2 reviews for Model 1: Rancher 4×4

  1. Matthew Sauter (verified owner)

    – I HAVE NOT COMPLETED THE BUILD YET… But I love this project, I’m about halfway done with the printing and a a little behind in the build and so far this has been the most enjoyable project I have done with my printer (PRUSA mk3s) including the LACK enclosure and the orginal printer build… The prints are coming out beautifully (I am using Prusament not the recommended filament), I have had a few bed adhesion layers (my bed is old so this isn’t new for me… ) but overall this has been an enjoyable and almost frustration free build. I don’t own any RC vehicles but this looked too cool to not try… I’m glad I did…. Only recommendation would be for 3D sets to put together a part kit, I would have spent extra to buy the parts needed (non-printed that is) all at once from you to complete this build, but maybe that’s just because RC parts /components are all new to me….

    Anyway great design can’t wait to do the mini-land rover next.

  2. David Stone (verified owner)

    Just finished this build recently. Never really had much experience with RC, but figured it out with some web searches. I used the print ready plates and printed on my Prusa MK3S. I wish there was more info on the connectors and electronics, and maybe offer the screw sets as an added purchase option as it took a while to order and took a very long time to get through Aliexpress. All other parts came fairly quickly. My 10 year old really enjoyed helping (I recommend a cordless screwdriver with long magnetic bits). And we had fun setting up obstacles and driving the Rancher through them. I really appreciate the details and functional doors, hood and trunk πŸ˜‰

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