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1/1800 US CV7 Wasp [1942] 3d printed

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White Strong & Flexible
1/1800 US CV7 Wasp [1942] 3d printed
1/1800 US CV7 Wasp [1942] 3d printed

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1/1800 US CV7 Wasp [1942]

  • 3D printed in White Strong & Flexible: White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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- unique aircraft carrier commissioned in 1940 built to fill-in remaining (Washington Naval) treaty tonnage allowed for aircraft carriers; basically a smaller version of the Yorktown-class, she sacrificed armor and speed in order to carry a sufficient number of aircrafts
- she participated in Atlantic neutrality patrols early 1940's, reinforced the British Navy in 1941, and helped ferry aircrafts to Medditerranean (Malta) first half of 1942
- she was transferred to the Pacific June 1942 after carrier losses in Coral Sea and Midway, and supported in the Guadacanal campaign
- she was hit by 3 torpedoes from I-19 south of Guadacanal on 15 Sept 1942, abandoned due to uncontrolled fires and sunk afterwards by USS Lansdowne
- aircrafts shown in render not included

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1-1800 US CV7 Wasp [1942]
White Strong & Flexible
12.5 cm
2.0 cm
2.0 cm

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