Easy print & glue - Panzer V Panther Ausf.G

by juergen54 Jan 7, 2018
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Thank you very much for an excellent model! Great work!

at the moment I don't plan to publish the Tiger I as a sliced model including pictures and assembly instructions.
May be later, because it takes a lot of time.

The slicing itself takes only some minutes.
I sliced m_bergman's Tiger I of his 1-100 Tanks collection.
Attached you will find the files.
You can glue the parts together in the same way like the Panther.

Thanks to m_bergman for his great designs.

The prints come out SO MUCH BETTER the way you sliced it. Thank you !

Are you planning to do the same for the Tiger 1 ?

Hmmm. I scaled it to HO 1/87 so 115% of the original files and it seems too big.

I guess we will see when the print ends. Definitely a Panther should not be bigger than a Tiger 1...

If you have a look at the original specifications of both tanks, you will see that only the width of the Tiger is bigger.
The Panther is a really big medium tank.

Tiger I

Length (hull) 6,32 m
Length (over all, gun forward) 8,45 m
Width 3,56 m
Heigth 3,00 m

Panther Ausf G

Length (hull) 6,87 m
Length (over all, gun forward) 8,66 m
Width (with skirts) 3,42 m
Heigth 2,99 m

Thank you. Printing now, very slowly, with a 0.2mm nozzle and 0.16mm layer height. Quality looks very good for the right side track that I printed so far (4 hrs)...

Hi Jürgen, just in case anyone is asking: the .stl is 1:100.
Printing at the moment, thanks for your work.

Hi Ole,
every STL-file starts with 1-100...
That is the scale.
Before printing I always rescale the STL-files to 1/72 because my model collection has this scale.
Regards and have fun.