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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
1:300th scale set of four Tatra 815 VT artillery tractors with open decks. The T-815 VT was introduced in the mid-1980s to succeed the T-813 Kolos; the VT version has an extended cab compared to the T-815 VVN. The photo of the painted but un-based model comes courtesy of Fred Oliver, and shows an example printed out in the cheapest default WSF plastic. The other photos also show an example done in the cheapest WSF plastic; note the grainyness of the material; the based-up version was painted by me. WSF is good enough for the piping at the back of the cabs, but if you order this model in WSF, you might get a rejection from Shapeways saying the step/mudguard over the front wheel of each model is too thin - you can see it is slightly misprinted on the right hand side of this model, for example. "Fixing" this is not a trivial task, however...