<div class="sw-email-modal sw--display-block"> <div id="emailModalContentContainer"> <span class="noty_close sw--position-absolute sw--position-right sw--padding-top-3 sw--padding-right-3 icon-cancel sw--opacity-8"></span> <div class="sw-row"> <div class="sw-email-modal__copy sw--position-relative sw--display-block sw--padding-vert-4"> <p class="last sw--font-size-16">Sign up to get email alerts on discount promotions. There might be one very soon...</p> <form action="/register/email-signup" class="sw-email-modal__signup sw--position-relative" data-confirmation="emailConfirmationModal" data-sw-email-modal-form> <input type="text" class="sw-email-modal__signup-input sw--input-height__medium" placeholder="Email address" name="email" /> <input type="hidden" class="sw-email-modal__signup-input" name="location" value="/product/8L8LJ2F4Z/48it04l-it-bb-littorio-x2" /> <input type="hidden" class="sw-email-modal__signup-input" name="confirmation" value="emailConfirmationModal" /> <input type="submit" class="btn-primary" value="Sign Up" /> <div id="emailModalFormError" class="text-error" style="display:none"></div> </form> </div> </div> </div>

Click and drag to rotate
48IT04L IT BB Littorio[1942] x2 3d printed As per final (1942/'43) camouflage; Littorio (L) and Vittorio Veneto (R)
As per final (1942/'43) camouflage; Littorio (L) and Vittorio Veneto (R)
48IT04L IT BB Littorio[1942] x2 3d printed As per final (1942/'43) camouflage; Littorio (L) and Vittorio Veneto (R)
48IT04L IT BB Littorio[1942] x2 3d printed As per final (1942/'43) camouflage; Littorio (L) and Vittorio Veneto (R)

DIGITAL PREVIEW
Not a Photo

48IT04L IT BB Littorio[1942] x2

OVERVIEW
  • 3D printed in Frosted Ultra Detail: Matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
  • Be the first to try. Learn more
  • This product is intended for mature audiences.
$9.78
Share Link
Embed This Product

Product Description

Scale: 1/4800
Ship dimensions (L x W): 4.96cm x 0.69cm
The Littorio class, also known as the Vittorio Veneto, was the epitome of Italian battleship design in World War Two. Due to shortages in fuel supply towards Italy's surrender in 1943, they have spent most of their time at port, participating only in key missions. Only two survived the war (Littorio and Vittorio Veneto), Roma was sunk en route to Allied ports (with heavy loss of life), while the Impero was launched but never completed.

Further readings:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vittorio_Veneto_class_battleship
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italian_battleship_Littorio
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italian_battleship_Vittorio_Veneto
http://www.navypedia.org/ships/italy/it_bb_vittorio_veneto.htm

Due to the (relative) small size of the individual ships, extra care is advised for the hobbyist/modeller/gamer/player.
Actual 3D printed product may vary from the preview image/render
What's in the Box
INCM
48IT04L IT BB Littorio[1942] x2
As per final (1942/'43) camouflage; Littorio (L) and Vittorio Veneto (R)
Frosted Ultra Detail
Width
5.0 cm
Height
1.7 cm
Depth
1.0 cm

Sign In or Join to comment.
 
 
Logo

Hello.

We're sorry to inform you that we no longer support this browser and can't confirm that everything will work as expected. For the best Shapeways experience, please use one of the following browsers:

Click anywhere outside this window to continue.