Efferman's Vertical Stand for Millennium Falcon 75192




This are the BI of the Efferman's Vertical Stand for Millennium Falcon 75192.

The total width is around 34 cm, but the stand itself needs only 27-28 cm to lay completely on a shelf. The height is around 57 cm.

I applied the MF on the stand by myself, but I suggest to be in two to do this operation.
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Name Efferman's Vertical Stand for Millennium Falcon 75192
Designer Lucioswitch81
Designed 2017
Inventory 407
Theme Star Wars


  • 3 months, 3 weeks ago barr88 (27)
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    Great stand and my thanks to both the original builder and the creator of the build instructions.  Having built and installed it on the 75192 Falcon, there are a few things I can now confirm.  
    It does aid in the building process and can be installed after bag 4 is complete without interfering with the rest of the build.  
    The model can be carried much easier when complete by using the stand as a "handle" and it does lock into the Falcon securely by four 2x2 plates on the underside and 5 pins into the internal frame.
    The stand does assemble without any force or stressed parts anywhere. 
    The 1x13 liftarm in step 13 of the build instructions does actually attach to the blue pin at the top (it appears next to it in the picture, but it attaches without issue). 
    To my knowledge, the parts that aren't available in black (from the inventory above) are:  2x14720, 8x32123b, 6x48989, and all of the blue and red pins. 
    The minimum clearance requirements for an enclosed space are exactly 13.25" deep and 21.75" high.  The 3 landing gear that can remain attached do not affect the minimum depth. 
    Finally, it does fit in an IKEA REGISSOR glass-door cabinet/bookcase, as pictured above, with about 1/4" of clearance in depth (shelves are adjustable for height)..
  • 4 months, 3 weeks ago kevstechnic (1278) MOC Designer
    This stand made it possible for me to display my Millennium Falcon in pride of place in our dining room. Excellent. Thanks so much.
  • 5 months, 2 weeks ago PJYT (39)
    I bought a complete set of new parts from two UK suppliers for just under £60.  I had looked at trying to do a complete black build, but some of the black parts were very expensive, so stuck with the grey (with black & blue pins).
    I constructed the stand and attached after completing bag 4 of the MF (as suggested by others).  This has proven to be an ideal time to attach the stand, as it is easy to attach at this stage and it is then easy to work on as you continue the build.  I am now up to the end of bag 9.
    The stand is very sturdy, as it fixes to the skeleton.  It is possible to pick the whole thing up using the stand uprights.  Although (whilst still exposed) I tend to pick it up by the skeleton (top part when on the stand) and one of the cross supports at the base of the stand.  This does result in the cross supports popping out every so often, so I decided to add some cable ties to all of the cross supports to strengthen them.  This sets my mind at rest.  I used blue cable ties that match the blue studs.  My son-in-law commented that he'd not seen that Lego part before (not realising what they are)  I've not had any issues with the stand uprights, just the cross supports.
  • 5 months, 3 weeks ago Skorzeny (123)
    Hey guys! Just finished my MF. I feel like the panels on the back are sketchy. Not anchored down very well. I want to build this stand but I am worried they won't stay on/in place. Has anyone encountered this? Solutions? Thanks in advance!
    • 5 months, 2 weeks ago PJYT (39)
      It fixes in to the skeleton, rather than attaching to the plates.  So it is very solid and you can pick the whole thing up by the stand.
  • 8 months ago Voyager01 (277)
    I purchased the Falcon (75192) just before Christmas and have been taking my time building it. I saw this excellent stand and ordered the parts (in black), except for a few that weren't available in black from three different USA stores. This is my FIRST Lego set ever but it has been fun and impressive at the quality of the instructions as well as the parts. I have just finished the fourth set of parts of the Falcon and then I built this stand. It took me an afternoon to build and was mostly easy. There were a couple of WTF moments but scrutinizing my work made it clear what had to be done. I am ready to add the stand to the Falcon now and build the rest of the ship around it. (What I learned from reading comments here). Thank you for your work and of course Efferman for creating such a cool stand. Looking forward to more Legos!
  • 8 months, 3 weeks ago stocklaz (12)
    Great work! You saved my table.
    The stand work great, I finished my falcon long time before I made the stand.
    If you already built the falcon and try to mount it on the stand, be prepared to ready for falling parts. best if you first get those removable part off the falcon, and try to mount it.  I did that by myself but definitely two persons will be great.

    The Youtube shown all the legs removed.  Actually you can leave three legs there if you want.  This stand is a must for falcon owner.
    • 8 months, 1 week ago mrcavallo (237)
      very pleased to hear you can still leave a few landing pads on - i am planning on building this stand and modifying the pads further to see if i can get more of them to fit. love the look of the vertical falcon!
  • 9 months, 3 weeks ago mcc0rkl3 (57)
    Just finished this will help for space that the Falcon took up in the Lego Room!!! Thank You!
  • 12 months ago Gusi (27)
    Please, english is not my language, and there is too much to read for me in this page.
    Can someone tell me if this moc 10219 as appears in this site, is full compatible with lego 10179?
    Do I have to do some correction to adapt?
    Has somebody used it for that set?
    Thank you very much in advance.
    • 11 months, 4 weeks ago topazard (157)
      My 10179 Falcon uses this stand.  I just don't have the supports (feet) on my Falcon.
  • 1 year, 1 month ago dgdenton8 (72)
    I am rebuilding my 10179 soon and would love to sneak one of these in.  I have seen that for the new Falcon, it has been recommended to do bags 1-4 first and then install.  What about for the 10179 - any suggestions on when to install this stand?
    • 7 months, 2 weeks ago tvroenho (574)
      I am building the 10179 at the moment and added the stand after step 53. To fix the pins I added 4 Technic bricks 1x6 with holes.
      It looks like everything fits nice and is very sturdy. See my Fan photos for details!
  • 1 year, 2 months ago theboch (638)
    Did build this a few days ago and did put the falcon on the stand yesterday. Works great. Very solid!
  • 1 year, 3 months ago Jaritimo (267) MOC Designer
    What is the height including the millennium falcon?
  • 1 year, 3 months ago Fitz0412 (216)
    Thank you for this ! I really was in need for a place for my Falcon (not on a table like a trinket and far away from... cats !!!) It is perfect, solid, easy to build and with parts pretty easy to find ! 

    I don't know if the website policy allows me to, but I know many people who don't understand english and would maybe find some advise in French useful, so : 

    Pour les non anglophones, je conseille vivement ce support pour tout possesseur du Falcon UCS. Il est solide, facile à construire avec des pièces relativement aisées à trouver sur les sites de revente à l'unité. Les 400 et qq pièces se trouvent aux alentours de 70-80€ (fdp inclus) ! 
    Petit tip pour ceux qui comme moi ont du finaliser le montage seul : sur une table plus longue que le Falcon, surélevez (via des bouquins ou autres) d'environ 20/25 cm afin de pouvoir retirer facilement les 'pieds' et de pouvoir glisser le support en dessous. Ça m'a pris 5 minutes !
  • 1 year, 3 months ago Mikesilok (3540)
    This stand will work with the original millennium falcon. Highly recommend to follow the recommendations of mounting the skeleton first before adding the exterior. Otherwise it is a 2 person operation to mount given the weight when fully assembled. Can do the mount to the stand with one person, but need to remove the upper quad turret assembly, lift and hold the weight. Be interesting to see how this works when it comes time to pack this up to move in a few years.
  • 1 year, 4 months ago icefloe01 (46)
    I have a question about the part numbers. I compared the parts in this list to the parts in the instructions for the First Order Star Destroyer. There are several that are the same but the part numbers are completely different. For example part number 32054 in this list is called out as 4140806 in the Star Destroyer and part 14720 is called out as 6055519. Am I missing something somewhere?

    Thank you,
    • 1 year, 4 months ago MattCregan (45)
      Hi Eric,

      I had the same issue, contacted Lego and they sent me this link to buy all the bricks


      Select buy bricks and just put in element no not model

      About £70 for all the bits.

    • 1 year, 4 months ago Blades336 (20)
      In its instructions Lego lists the number that they call the "element ID". The part numbers most everyone uses are called "design ID" by Lego. The difference is that the element ID includes the color information; design ID is just the shape of the part.

      From your example, 14720 is the part number or design ID for the I-shaped Technic beam.  6055519 is that part in medium stone grey.

      • 1 year, 4 months ago icefloe01 (46)
        AH! Ok, thank you very much! That's awesome info!
    • 1 year, 3 months ago Loy (116)
      hi, you can try www.yourwobb.com, you can get all parts collected there.
  • 1 year, 5 months ago 210carmoon (55)
    I really want to build this but every time I click on a store in the buy bricks tab I get an invalid parameter message box. Happens on all the stores offering this kit. Any ideas anyone??¿¿
    • 1 year, 5 months ago Berth (58987) MOC Designer PRO
      have you synchronized your briclinck account with rebrickable ? what is dispalyed in the message box ?
      • 1 year, 5 months ago 210carmoon (55)
        I don't have a Brinklink account. Do I need to open one?
        • 1 year, 5 months ago Berth (58987) MOC Designer PRO
          I don't have one but I guess you need one to purchase on bricklink
    • 1 year, 5 months ago dennisjuhh (109)
      I sell all parts. New for 100 euro + shippingcosts
  • 1 year, 6 months ago legomalego (50)
    Would anyone happen to have the overall measurements of the falcon while mounted on the stand.  I would like to build a display cabinet but I haven't built the falcon yet.  Thank you
    • 1 year, 5 months ago MG84 (45)
      560mm top to bottom 
      roughly need a 300mm shelf space if you remove all the feet.
  • 1 year, 7 months ago bobakman (105)
    Can someone please help me out with the below?

    "Hi folks I have been trying to find where I made an error in the assembly of my stand preventing the 13 hole beam in step #13 Page #2 of the BI from connecting to the upper end I know it's probably staring me in the face I have been comparing my assembled photos with the BI but it is eluding me I really need another set of eyes. Please use link to my G Drive below for comparison images. 

    Thanks, Bob"

  • 1 year, 7 months ago JenArtiste (2314) MOC Designer
    I just received my parts from Bricklink, I'm putting it together tonight.
    In the meantime, can I show you my stop motion video on the building of the Falcon?
    • 1 year, 7 months ago aaronop (90)
      Please, I need help.  I've been asking so many ppl on this forum for help.  I need the part ID's for the pieces.  I've tried lego.com and def bricklink.  What I've learned is the pieces may be there but I am searching for them wrong.  I've googled all the pieces and found ID's but it comes up as unknown which leads me to assume I've just punched in the wrong ID's.  Ppl on the site just don't want to help.  I've been called stupid, "figure it out on your own" they say "go to bricklink and search" lol yea been there and done that guys, what I need are the correct ID's to search.  Like thanks, great help.  If I had the information and a fellow lego fan wanted it, itd be a pleasure to help instead I get ridiculed.  Could you by chance be the person that has the information and would share it?
      • 1 year, 7 months ago Berth (58987) MOC Designer PRO
        maybe clicking at the "inventory" tab, and then "add to bricklinck whishlist" ?

        (I bet you need to synchronise your rebrickable and BL account)

        In fact I don't understand what is your problem.
        • 1 year, 7 months ago aaronop (90)
          Prime example:  Piece name (Long Pin with Friction) Lego Part Number is 6558.  Instructions said I need 143 of these suckers.  Google tells me that part number coincides with the picture yet lego and bricklink comes up as unknown.  That result pops up for 11 other pieces to my stand.  What I need is the part numbers.
          • 1 year, 7 months ago aaronop (90)
            @Berth.... omfg ..... I was going to the inventory tab on the bricklinks page.... not the tab on this forum... oh my goodness im so disappointed in myself right now
  • 1 year, 7 months ago bobakman (105)
    Hi folks I have been trying to find where I made an error in the assembly of my stand preventing the 13 hole beam in step #13 Page #2 of the BI from connecting to the upper end I know it's probably staring me in the face I have been comparing my assembled photos with the BI but it is eluding me I really need another set of eyes. Please use link to my G Drive below for comparison images. 

    Thanks, Bob


    • 1 year, 7 months ago tknospdr (71)
      Host somewhere else photobucket sucks.
    • 1 year, 7 months ago JenArtiste (2314) MOC Designer
      same problem here!
    • 1 year, 7 months ago JenArtiste (2314) MOC Designer
      Finished the build: the beam and the blue part have to be together, not side to side.
      • 1 year, 7 months ago bobakman (105)
        In my build it is just short of reaching the blue pin that it should be connected to. If you look at the graphic in the BI cover page it appears to show the beam not connected as well actually my build looks just like the graphic the blue pin is visible and not connected to the beam.

        • 1 year, 7 months ago tknospdr (71)
          What you're seeing is a flaw in the CAD output. They fit together exactly as they should. The pin goes through the last hole in that beam.
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