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Tsurugi/Khet 1:1200 x2 3d printed Render

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Tsurugi/Khet 1:1200 x2 3d printed Render
Tsurugi/Khet 1:1200 x2 3d printed Render

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Tsurugi/Khet 1:1200 x2

  • 3D printed in Frosted Ultra Detail: Matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
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The Tsurugi class of large Aerolyth ships was the first large flying ships developed in Japan after the Otsu incident. As such, their existence was a closely guarded secret to avoid Russian notice. The Imperial Navy officially classifies them as cruisers, but many consider them large enough to be battleships. The Kingdom of Siam’s Khet class is a derivative of the Japanese Tsurugi class. These ships were ordered shortly after the end of the Franco-Siamese War (1893) when Siam began building up its aerial defenses amidst concerns about future European colonization attempts.
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Tsurugi/Khet 1:1200 x2
Frosted Ultra Detail
2.2 cm
2.9 cm
4.8 cm

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