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SimonC

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3d Printed Vehicles
« on: May 08, 2019, 04:23:00 PM »
I've been asked to post this here. A member of the Oxford club is making 3d printed models. I know nothing about the models - so don't ask! :-)

https://www.syborg3dprinting.co.uk/



It came to me for unusual WW1 tanks  - and they are not listed on the site. So here they are  -
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Germany:
A7V
Beutepanzer - use British Mark IV, V, Whippet
Britain:
1914 pattern Armoured Car
Medium Mark A Whippet
Medium B, Medium C
Mark I male
Mark I male, with solid grenade frame for easy printing
Mark I male late (no steering wheels)
Mark I male late, with solid grenade frame
Mark I female
Mark I female, with solid grenade frame
Mark I female late (no steering wheels)
Mark I female late, with solid grenade frame
add-on grenade frame for Mark 1 (glue on for better looks than the solid version)
Mark I supply tank
Mark IV male, Mark IV female
Mark IV hermaphrodite
Add-on fascine for Mark IV (glue onto rails above driver's cab.)
Mark IV Tadpole male
Mark IV Tadpole female
Mark V male, Mark V female
Mark V hermaphrodite
Mark VIII male (also for U.S.)
Mark IX
United States:
Ford 3T Special Tractor
M1917 6T with MG (with and without trench-crossing tail)
M1917 6T with 37mm SA cannon (with and without trench-crossing tail)
France:
Renault FT, Berliet turret with MG (with and without trench-crossing tail)
Renault FT, Berliet turret with 37mm SA (with and without trench-crossing tail)
Renault FT with MG (with and without trench-crossing tail)
Renault FT with 37mm SA (with and without trench-crossing tail)
Renault FT TSF wireless tank (turret, glue onto your choice of FT hull)
Schneider CA
St Chamond (early, with flat roof)
St Chamond (last, with sloped roof and driver's cuppola)
St Chamond 194mm GPF SPG
St Chamond 194mm GPF SPG with filled-in handrails for easy printing
St Chamond supply tractor (goes in a pair with GPF.)
St Chamond supply tractor with filled-in handrails for easy printing
Pack 2 (Part 1)
Germany:
K-Wagen
Daimler Sdkfz 3 (Actually post-war, but built on WW1 chassis)
Daimler SSW21 (Actually post-war, but built on WW1 chassis)
France:
White Armoured Car 1914
Italy:
Fiat 2000
Britain:
Lanchester Armoured Car
Fowler B4 gun-haulage engine (modified plowing engine with draw-bar.)
Fowler B6 Road Locomotive (with, without canopy)
United States:
Holt 5T tractor (armoured)
Holt 75 tractor (with, without canopy)
Holt 120 tractor (with, without canopy)
 

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Re: 3d Printed Vehicles
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2019, 09:31:20 PM »
A most impressive list.Good to know.

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Re: 3d Printed Vehicles
« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2019, 09:40:38 PM »
That's quite a range! Good to see the quality of these models seems to be improving all the time.

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Re: 3d Printed Vehicles
« Reply #3 on: May 30, 2019, 06:51:41 PM »
I bought a couple of their 15mm ww2 tanks at Vanquish at the weekend. Very nice detail  but delicate guns.