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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
This is my most detailed model ever with over 800 sketches & features to build in a CAD program. It took around 50 hours to jam in as many details as possible; you can even blow air through the rear jet engines. The movie used many ways to show the same vehicle: a painting of the hanger, a full scale model, and a few smaller movie props. This model is a combination of all of the details I saw in the movie. My model is not designed to hold the APC; there's no room for it at these tiny scales.
Although there were no problems with rev1, I made rev2 to thicken the landing gear and wings from cleaning damage and added protective sprues that will need to be trimmed off after cleaning/painting.
In real life this would be over 25 meters in length so it's a big model. This model can't print in the "smoothest" detail at the larger scales because they are larger than the printer capacity.