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Tiger 2 tank model

by DrewPetitclerc, published

Tiger 2 tank model by DrewPetitclerc Mar 28, 2011

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I'm designing this for my youngest son to go along with an online RTS game he plays


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Do you think this will work scaled up

What tank is this supposed to be? it is certainly not a panzer 2.

You are right, my file names say Tiger 2, so I corrected the title listing, thank you for kindly pointing out my error.

Apr 11, 2015 - Modified Apr 11, 2015

Whoa it came out huge when I uploaded it to Makerbot Desktop. Had to scale it down to 10%. Noob Q, but I assume I should keep it in its original orientation and it needs supports?

Tank You! (Somebody had to say it.) :)

This is really a great, detailed model. I'm honestly thrilled you decided to share your work with us.

Let me guess Word of Tanks?

"World of Tanks" yes!

I guess you decided what to do with the files ;)

I assume it's crazy glue, or modeling glue, for assembly?

I'll try to print one of these tonight. If you are so inspired, you might want to create a plate that has all the parts for easy printing.

Thank you, I use ABS solvent as a "glue", works great and can be used to "seal" or make a part shiney.

Somewhere on thingiverse, there are those little green army men as well. Those, matched with this tank, would probably make for a very nice play set.