SSN688 Los Angeles Class Submarine

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SSN688 Los Angeles Class Submarine by aproulx12 Jul 24, 2014


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This is a model or a Pre-I SSN688 Class (Los Angeles Class) fast attack sub. The outline for the model came from the 688 Wiki page so it's not very accurate and is missing a LOT of details.
I have uploaded a complete hull model as well as sectioned pieces if you are space constrained on your printer. I made one about 2 ft long on a Makerbot Replicator 2X using .3mm layer height, 10% infill and 2 perimeters. I glued the sections together with an acetone/ABS paste-like slurry.
I used http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:287026 as a propeller. I merged the tailcone with the propeller and printed them as one piece.
The model was created in SW2013.

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Awesome submarine. Have you ever updated it with a few more detalis like the long hump along the left side of the hull ?

Im printing a quick single perimiter model at 150% right now. I think it would make a great and easy rc submarine.....with some work :-)

Could you post the stl's?

the STL's are posted already.

What did you use to make this? (ex. OpenSCAD, Blender...)

Solidworks 2014.

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