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Brigadier

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Hiya,

Here are the printfiles of the gun, but minus the wheel. The 3D model of the wheel still has some mistakes (double surfaces), which I am still trying to get cleaned up. As soon as I have done that, I will upload these as well..

With kind regards,

-Arie.



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...and here are the files for the 10cm Granate 15, the shell and the baskets...

With kind regards,

-Arie.



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Oh, and these files are drawn scale 1/18, so print at 25% to get 1/72..



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Hiya,

Cleaned up the wheel, it should be printable now. Have fun!

With kind regards,

-Arie.



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10cm SK iR Wheel.stl (1,261.1 kb)
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Impressive workmanship, I'm amazed a machine for less then 300€ can print to this level of quality, this truly will be the age of the 3D printerwink



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Hi Ironsides,

Thanks! I too think that for modelling a whole new age has started. I already have seen my maschine (Anycubic Photon) being sold for as little as € 254,--. It is great maschine to get started. I also have a filament 3D printer, but I think for our hobby a UV resin printer is the future.

With kind regards,

-Arie.



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Hiya,

I finally finished this diorama. Painting took a lot of time, especially the crew. Pictures of the actual gun usually show a crew of 10-12 soldiers. I did a compromise and painted 11... smile They are from the excellent Munich artillery range, and a couple of figures from a pilot set, also by Munich. 

With kind regards,

-Arie.



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Definitively a great work!

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Does anyone know any operational history on this gun?

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Tim R



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