We have just received our fully painted Tiger and T-34, both painted by our friend Antoine at Le Zonion. We purposely had both of those models painted without smoothing or any other post-processing. We did that because we believe it would be the best way to show what 3D printed […]
One of the main complaints about commercial 3D Printers is the presence of “stepping” that ruins the surface finish of a model. This is often blamed on the lack of layer resolution of the printer, but, in truth, the orientation of the print plays a much bigger role. The […]
The 3D Printed T-34 is now being painted by our friend Antoine at Le Zonion.
There are generally two approaches when it comes to a new technology reaching mass adoption. 1) The technology is improved and/or 2) new applications are developed to give more people reason to make us of it. When it comes to consumer 3D Printers, a great deal has been invested into improving the […]
With all the new desktop 3D printers coming out recently, I often hear people drawing parallels between the computer revolution and 3D printing. As we all know, the computer revolution did not start with large mainframe computers. Rather, it started with personal computers that put the technology in the hands […]
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Tiger I and T-34 are now being painted.
The T-34/76 is now available here T-34 The T-34 was the most produced tank of World War II. When it first saw combat in 1941, its sloped armor design was able to resist almost everything the enemy could throw at it. While its 76mm gun gave it sufficient firepower to […]
3D Printing another Lux Sentinel
Only when putting them side by side do we realize how much of a monster the Tiger Tank truly is. Left to right: Tiger I, T-34 and M113. All three are in 28mm scale (1/56).