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1:200 WWI Tanks

by m_bergman, published

1:200 WWI Tanks by m_bergman Aug 25, 2014

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Summary

1:200 World War I Tanks.
(Pretty much every tank that reached production during the Great War, excepting Medium B & C.)
Something to draw in my lunch breaks.
Designed to be printed on UP! Plus in ABS.
Support is essential.

Pack1 - Part2 now uploaded:
http://www.thingiverse.com/download:1184860
Contains:
Medium B
Medium C
Rolls Royce Armoured Car 1914 pattern

  • a full set of simples and parasolid simples.

There will be a Pack 2, containing armoured cars, tractors, trucks, a traction engine and probably a few heavy guns, but it's low priority right now.

Painted models printed at 150%

Instructions

Drawn in Solidworks 2012 & 2013
Designed to be printed on UP! Plus in ABS.
Support is essential.
Settings used: 0.15mm layers, vent open, loose fill, 4 layer surface, supports 0mm^2 x 80 degrees

Parasolid versions of all parts included in a seperate file.

Simple versions will be uploaded later, because they take quite a while to generate.

Pack 1:

Germany:
A7V
Beutepanzer - use British Mark IV, V, Whippet

Britain:
Medium Mark A Whippet
Mark I male
Mark I male, with solid grenade frame for easy printing
Mark I male late (no steering wheels)
Mark I male late, with solid grenade frame
Mark I female
Mark I female, with solid grenade frame
Mark I female late (no steering wheels)
Mark I female late, with solid grenade frame
add-on grenade frame for Mark 1 (glue on for better looks than the solid version)
Mark I supply tank
Mark IV male
Mark IV female
Mark IV hermaphrodite
Add-on fascine for Mark IV (glue onto rails above driver's cab.)
Mark IV Tadpole male
Mark IV Tadpole female
Mark V male
Mark V female
Mark V hermaphrodite
Mark V male
Mark V
female
Mark V* hermaphrodite
Mark VIII male (also for U.S.)
Mark IX

United States:
Ford 3T Special Tractor
M1917 6T with MG (with and without trench-crossing tail)
M1917 6T with 37mm SA cannon (with and without trench-crossing tail)

France:
Renault FT, Berliet turret with MG (with and without trench-crossing tail)
Renault FT, Berliet turret with 37mm SA (with and without trench-crossing tail)
Renault FT with MG (with and without trench-crossing tail)
Renault FT with 37mm SA (with and without trench-crossing tail)
Renault FT TSF wireless tank (turret, glue onto your choice of FT hull)
Schneider CA
St Chamond (early, with flat roof)
St Chamond (last, with sloped roof and driver's cuppola)
St Chamond 194mm GPF SPG
St Chamond 194mm GPF SPG with filled-in handrails for easy printing
St Chamond supply tractor (goes in a pair with GPF.)
St Chamond supply tractor with filled-in handrails for easy printing

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how do you paint all the little details onto the tanks?

How do i print this. Is there supports

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this is, well, to be honest, the coolest thing i've ever seen. i've seen some good tanks, but this surpasses most of them.
good job.

I may hear flak about this but, I think this WWI series also needs some added support vehicles like the others. but from this era. like cars, trucks, motorcycles and even Calvary horse. thse War models are like others have said here, historic master pieces that can be used for teaching history to our students. making learning more enjoyable.

This is an awesome collection.
If I can manage to print these to a decent resolution, I may even try to get a few on the shelf of the local military museum.

some prints do better layed horizontal though for better sticking to build plate and better printing of bridged and thin parts like barrels this way they get single line of material instead of stacked layers that snap off easy.

finally got my settings tweaked in on my Solidoodle 2 Slic3r and these things print perfect. I still think they are N scale size as 1/200th is closer to Z scale 1/220th and these printed as is are perfect 1/160th scale and can be hauled on an N scale flat car just like when being delivered to shipping ports for transport to the War front. so besides War gaming they also work as model railroad details. great job on all these Armor/vehicles.

what slicer are these from?
"Settings used: 0.15mm layers, vent open, loose fill, 4 layer surface, supports 0mm^2 x 80 degrees "?

I use Slic3r with Repiteir host on Solidoodle 2 printer

Aug 31, 2014 - Modified Sep 1, 2014

also the round cage basket used by the WW-ii tanks for ditch crossing and the mine clearing device that hung out front. and the DUKW, and jeep version GPA then the Dodge power wagon and Ambulance from Korean war etc plus Kaiser jeep 1 1/4 ton jeep truck and Willys commando of WW2 maybe the Ford Mutt jeep and Mule flat top from the 1960s

Aug 25, 2014 - Modified Aug 31, 2014

WOW! nice work! the more the better I say.

YAY! Been waiting for these! Beautiful work!

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