Displaying the Millennium Falcon

So how do you display the Millennium Falcon once you've built it? There are several options: hang it from a wall or ceiling, some use a flat screen TV mount, or custom brackets; use a shelf, a display cabinet with glass doors, a coffee table with a glass top (and/or add glass sides to enclose it), or even have a custom table built.

There's a really good thread at the Brickset Forum with all kinds of ideas (good, bad, downright ugly, and custom-built and expensive). Don't forget to check reddit too for ideas. I will post some of the ideas I've come across.

Remember the Millennium Falcon is 32.6 inches long by 23.6 inches wide. I find it difficult to find glass top coffee tables with a width of 24" or wider (without going square), and you want more cushion than 24". I don't want someone bumping into this by accident getting up from the couch. Some people have closed in their table on all sides with either glass (which is very expensive) or plexiglas.

Efferman Vertical Stand for UCS Millennium Falcon 75192

Display Stands

Efferman

This is probably the most popular stand on the market. It was posted as a MOC over at Rebrickable where you can easily locate the parts and assemble it yourself. Many Chinese companies copy this design and sell the stands for way too much on eBay and AliExpress, etc.

This can be installed at the conclusion of bag 4 during the build process. You can install this after construction is complete, but you'll probably need help to do it. Make sure you get Version 2 of this stand which leans back more than the original.

Check out the designer's YouTube video which demonstrates the stability of this stand. Studs McSnap also has a construction video and some pointers on using this stand. East Blox also has some pointers on using the stand if your Millennium Falcon is already complete.

iDisplayIt 2 in 1 display stand for UCS Millennium Falcon 75192

iDisplay It

iDisplay It is a Watford, England-based company that makes acrylic display stands and cases for a variety of purposes. They offer 2 stands, 3 cases, and 1 coffee table with a timber base. Their stands can hold the Millennium Falcon either at a steep angle, or be laid flat and display it at a shallow angle. They do have a shipping calculator on their site.

Check out their video! They show the Millennium Falcon in both orientations and have it going on a Lazy Susan.

Figufram stand for UCS Millennium Falcon 75192

Markenwelt Voegele

Markenwelt Voegele is a company based in Germany. Their stand is unique in that it has an adjustable swivel head to reposition the Millennium Falcon in most any direction. It also has a very large footprint to be able to offer this flexibility. Made of plexiglas. It's the most expensive stand on the market at $165 not including shipping.

WickedBrick stand for UCS Millennium Falcon 75192

Wicked Brick

Wicked Brick is a company based in Cambridge, England. Their stand also comes with a matching minifigure display stand that can fit into the base, or be displayed separately.

Display Cases

iDisplayIt case for UCS Millennium Falcon 75192

iDisplay It

iDisplay It is a Watford, England-based company that makes acrylic display stands and cases for a variety of purposes. They offer 2 stands, 3 cases, and 1 coffee table. They do have a shipping calculator on their site.

Bookcases

I'm sure you can find many bookcases out there that can hold the Millennium Falcon on the Efferman stand. Rebrickable user barr88 posted a picture of his inside of the Ikea Regissoer bookcase.

Ikea bookcases

TV Wall Mount

Reddit user sandwraithx157 posted some pictures on how he mounted his Millennium Falcon to the wall. Check out his imgur page here.











Edward Chen posted a video showing his wall mount with the first generation UCS Millennium Falcon.

TV wall mount for UCS Millennium Falcon 75192



My Favorite Custom Table

If you use your favorite search engine and look for "Millennium Falcon tables" you'll find all kinds of ideas out there. My favorite is this one.

Group buy anyone???

I have no idea whose it is, who custom built it for them, but this is the one I'd get in a walnut color. You WANT glass. Don't go the acrylic route if you're going to spend money like this. You don't want every little swirl and scratch to show. If you know where I can get this table let me know. Yeah I know I could contact a local carpenter, but this one already has it all figured out and they get cheaper when you build more.

Lego table


Lego table