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1/200 Anchors for pre-war Battleships 3d printed

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1/200 Anchors for pre-war Battleships 3d printed
1/200 Anchors for pre-war Battleships 3d printed

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1/200 Anchors for pre-war Battleships

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Scale: 1/200

Set includes 3 anchors, 3 shanks and 3 retaining pins.

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This set of model anchors is patterned on the US Navy's standard 30,000 pound anchors used on pre-war battleships such as USS Arizona, USS Pennsylvania, USS New York, USS Texas, USS Nevada, USS Oklahoma, USS New Mexico, USS Mississippi, USS Idaho, USS California, USS Tennessee, USS Colorado, USS Maryland and USS West Virginia, among others.

A set of 2 anchors for fast battleships of the North Carolina, South Dakota, Iowa, and Montana classes, as well as Alaska class large cruisers, is available separately (click here).

Assembly instructions: remove all parts from the sprue, insert the shank through the bottom of the anchor.  Do not glue the shank to the anchor.  A small retaining pin is needed to hold the shank in the crown (the bottom of the flukes).  Use another material such as a small wire, about 0.7mm in diameter.  Insert your retaining pin through the small hole at the bottom of the anchor and glue in place.  The shank will then swivel freely.

These parts are designed for a tight fit.  While producing exceptional detail, acrylic plastic is extremely brittle and breaks easily.  Trim parts, if necessary, rather than force them into place.

Click here for cleaning and painting advice.

© Model Monkey Book and Hobby.  This 3D-printed item may not be copied or recast.
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