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T-10M Heavy Tank 3d printed

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White Natural Versatile Plastic
T-10M Heavy Tank 3d printed
T-10M Heavy Tank 3d printed

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T-10M Heavy Tank

3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

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Product Description
This model is available in 1/42 and 1/43 scales as well as 1/100, unlike my other historical tanks.  Please note that the 1/42 scale option is listed as 1/43, and the 1/43 scale is listed as 1/43,5.  If you are at all uncertain about which scale you are ordering, please let me know.

The penultimate Soviet heavy tank (the ultimate being either the IS-7 or Object 279, depending on whom you ask), the T-10M was introduced in 1957, the same year as Object 279.  Though heavy tanks were already falling out of favour because the roles they filled during World War 2 no longer existed, the T-10 was modernised with a longer gun, five-baffle muzzle brake, NBC protection, and infra-red night vision.  The T-10M was produced as Object 272 at the Kirov Plant in Leningrad, and as Object 734 at the Chelyabinsk Tractor Factory, and the two models had incompatible parts.  Since I'm a manufacturing engineer, I find that hilarious.  The Kirov version was finally made the standard in 1962, and the tank was supplied with APDS and HEAT ammunition in 1967, a year after production had stopped.  Though the tank had already been rendered obsolete by the introduction of the T-62, it was such a formidable machine that it remained in service until 1993.  However, like the earlier T-10 variants, the T-10M was never exported to other countries, and aside from Operation Danube, was never even used outside of Russia.
What's in the box:
1_100 T-10M print arrange
6.38 x 7.58 x 1.78 cm
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2.51 x 2.99 x 0.7 inches
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