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1:300 Tatra 111 with tarpaulin 3d printed
1:300 Tatra 111 with tarpaulin 3d printed
1:300 Tatra 111 with tarpaulin 3d printed

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1:300 Tatra 111 with tarpaulin

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1:300th scale Tatra 111 with tarpaulin cover. The Tatra 111 was a Czechoslovakian WW2-era series of models, originally for German service; they were produced continuously until 1962, when they were replaced by the T-138 series, by which date the T-111's decidedly old-fashioned cab had been updated (this model depicts the older style). The photo of the painted but-unbased model comes courtesy of Fred Oliver, and shows an example printed out in the default cheapest WSF plastic. Note however that the mudguards around the front wheels of the T-111 frequently get rejected by the Shapeways operators as being "too thin", so if you order this model, there is a good chance your order won't go through. However, changing the design to thicken them would be a major undertaking... The other two shots also show examples that were also done in the cheapest WSF plastic; note the grainyness of the material - and how the mudguards actually print out perfectly fine; the based-up version was painted by me. You can also see some "stepping" on the top of the bonnet (hood) due to the way printing is done with WSF - building the model up layer by layer, and much more serious stepping on the tarpaulin in my example. Whether or not such stepping occurs in WSF seems to be semi-random, depending on the orientation of the printing machine. I understand it isn't such a problem with the more expensive "detail" plastics.
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1:300 Tatra 111 with tarpaulin
White Strong & Flexible
0.8 cm
2.8 cm
0.9 cm

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