<div class="sw--display-block sw--text-white sw--bg-dark-gray"> <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 sw--z-index-10"></span> <div class="sw-row"> <div class="sw--position-relative sw--display-block sw--padding-3"> <p class="sw--font-size-16 sw--margin-bottom-2 sw--margin-right-6">Sign up to hear about special promotions</p> <form action="/register/email-signup" class="sw--position-relative" data-confirmation="emailConfirmationModal" data-sw-email-modal-form> <input type="text" class="sw--input-height__medium" style="width:60%;" placeholder="Email address" name="email" /> <input type="hidden" class="" name="location" value="/product/LLNSNZ5WE/100-gallon-ship-tank-set-of-3" /> <input type="hidden" class="" name="confirmation" value="emailConfirmationModal" /> <input type="submit" class="btn-primary sw--margin-left-1" value="Subscribe" /> <div id="emailModalFormError" class="text-error" style="display:none"></div> </form> </div> </div> </div>

Click and drag to rotate
100 Gallon Ship Tank Set of 3 3d printed

Not a Photo

Frosted Ultra Detail
100 Gallon Ship Tank Set of 3 3d printed
100 Gallon Ship Tank Set of 3 3d printed

Not a Photo

100 Gallon Ship Tank Set of 3

Made by
3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
All orders are backed by our
All orders are backed by our
Money Back Guarantee.
Product Description
From the early 1800's through to World War II, Ship Tanks were a common way to transport liquids and bulk materials between England and various ports throughout the world. Examples have been found which were used to carry everything from potable water through mustard powder, cocoa powder and bread. Ship tanks came in three common sizes - 100, 200 and 400 gallon volumes - with three common lid diameters - 15", 18" and 24".  Ship tanks were commonly recycled to serve as water tanks, distillery equipment and other liquid-holding devices. They became a cultural phenonmenon throughout Australia and New Zealand and were often found in Canada and other English colonial possessions. This set offers three tanks, one of each lid diameter for the 100 gallon size. This size is roughly 30" on each side. The lid is marked for F. Braby & Co., a defunct company which manufactured thousands of these tanks from the 1830's to the 1950's. The lid for each tank is attached via two sprues which should be cut and removed during assembly. The tanks were commonly painted and marked with the logo and details for the contents, or were supplied as plain galvanized metal for potable water storage.
What's in the box:
30 Inch Ship Tank Assembly 48
4.89 x 2.14 x 1.61 cm
Switch to inches
1.93 x 0.84 x 0.64 inches
Switch to cm
Success Rate:
First To try.
What's this?
Mature audiences only.
Sign In or Join to comment.


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.