Panzerjagenwagen T-34 to go with my panzertriebwagen nr 16 model (see https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2670047). At the end of WW2 it was equipped with 2 of these cars, one on each side.
You need to print following stuff:
- 1x chassis or 1x combinatie.stl
- 1x body or 1x combinatie.stl
- 1x turret
- 4x buffer
- 2x couplerpocket
- 2x vakwerk
Next to the printed stuff following things are required to complete the car:
- 2x 2mmx6 self tapping screws (with large collar), to mount the coupler pockets. Probably regular M2 screw will work as well in combination with some washers.
- 2x 10.4mm diameter, 24.4mm length pointy tip wheels. These are nowadays the most standard H0 scale wheels, the same ones as used for Maerklin Hobby cars.
- 2x couplers which go into NEM362 coupler pockets
- 4x M6 sized nuts to put in the cavities for additional weight
- some glue to attach the buffers
It is recommended to use more flexible materials such as PETG or ABS for the buffers, coupler holders and chassis fortification. I did not attach the latter to the main chassis so that less support is needed. They snap into the chassis using a click-joint, just as the body and chassis do.
I added a model of the wheels for static purposes.
Thanks to TigerAce1945 for the nice T-34 model to begin with!
UPDATE: I discovered that results are better if the body is printed as a whole. I added a combined .stl file for this. Also added some pictures of my prints, and the full train with Panzertriebwagen 16 . The panzerjagerwagen are printed in ABS Pro. One is a print of the combination, the other is using the seperate files. I filled the gaps with putty.