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HMS Hurricane destroyer 1:1250 WW2 3d printed

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HMS Hurricane destroyer 1:1250 WW2 3d printed
HMS Hurricane destroyer 1:1250 WW2 3d printed

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HMS Hurricane destroyer 1:1250 WW2

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HMS Hurricane (H06) is an Havant class destroyer (half sister of the H class destroyers) originally being built for Brazil, but was purchased by the Royal Navy. It has 2x4TTs and Y turret removed as weight compensation for the depth charges. She was scuttled after a torpedo hit in December 1943.

Simple one piece model design for smaller scales and tweaked to ensure as compliant as possible with Shapeways across a range of materials and the perfect base on which modellers can add the fine detail flourishes to, depending on your skill level. The model has ‘floored guns’ for the best durability to reduce breakages, and be printable in the material offered. Designed by Philip Warnes and can be used at a larger hex scale with his SeaLion Supremacy game, or any other naval tabletop game that uses this scale.

If you have family that served on this vessel, why not order a metal miniature to keep as a small family keepsake or gift for someone else whose family served onboard. Or maybe you had family who worked at the yards that built this vessel. Keep your family military history alive.

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7.88 x 0.81 x 1.07 cm
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