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SnowMan77

Warhammer 40k Terrain: Industrial Tank

by SnowMan77 May 14, 2017
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Hi, great work.
One of my friends wants me to print this set.
I've also one question: were can i find the left top of the full view picture?
I don't find it anyway in your designs...

Thanks.

All parts you need are included.

You have to print the different files seperately and assemblem / glue them together.
Ther is no "Assembled-Version" ...

It's a modular system and you can buuld what ever you want / need

Hi and thanks for your reply.
Is this this way for all your files, because i've also in my list other sets you've published (Turbine, waterdistiller...)
It's the true that having a "complete" file in .stl give us the impression that wa can directly print it... ;-)

My first question was about the piece that is in thee top right of the global view picture, that looks like the Arc Reactor of Iron Man.
I don' find it in any of your sets...

Thanks

Unfortunately I was not able to print this one properly. :-(
Several studs on both the round cover and rounded parts of both single an double clam are not connected to the main body resulting in terrible print quality around those. This can readily be seen in a sliced view in Cura, Simplify 3D as well as in Thingview if the object is rotated to the right angle.

Hello Jonatan,
which Version / File do you mean?

The Tanks are designed to print in singel parts and then glue the parts together.
Nevertheless the "Assembled" Files are printable.

FInd attached a example of my CURA, and as you can see i have no problems.

My problem was with the following. Potentially there are others. I have attached a screenshot from thingview with an example of what I mean.

002_cover_round
V2_Clamv_Singel
V2_Clamb_Doubler

Edit: added a screenshot of the sliced view from S3D. Notice the studs on the right as compared to the ones on the left.

I've reworked V2_Clamb_Singel.stl
[typing error + the little rivets on the side]

Please try it ...
I will have a look at the other two files as soon as possible

Any idea when you might have the time to look at the two other files?

Thanks. I sent you a little something via tip designer for all the beautiful models.

Came out perfect. Thanks.