Soyuz spacecraft

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Soyuz spacecraft by manboy Feb 1, 2013

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The models depicted are the post-1986 version. Drawn with milimeters to true-size.


"Soyuz_re-entry_capsule.stl" is basic shape of the re-entry capsule.

"Soyuz_spacecraft.stl" is the entire Soyuz spacecraft.

"Soyuzexploded-_vessel.stl" goes with "Soyuzexploded-_solar_array.stl".

"Soyuzexploded-_trunk.stl", "Soyuzexploded-_reentry_capsule.stl", "Soyuzexploded-_orbital_module" and "Soyuzexploded-_solar_array.stl" go together.

"Soyuz_spacecraft.dwg" is the source file, which will allow you to edit the model. It is a "DWG 2010" file, if you would like it saved as an older version than just ask.

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While we're waiting for Progress M-27 to re-enter the atmosphere (today is 30-Apr-2015) I started a game on twitter: #SplashdownBingo ! I'd like to use your model to 3D print and give to the winner. I'd like to credit you with the design - I realize I don't really have to do that, but thought I'd ask anyhow!! :) Look for the hashtag: https://twitter.com/search?q=%23SplashdownBingo&src=tyah I'm @VAXHeadroom on twitter...

It's fine with me as long as you give credit.

Absolutely :) You've got some really nice models - I've printed the Dragon capsule and found this completely independently of that model!