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Tiger Tank

CAD $10.00

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3D Printing Assembly Kit for the Tiger I

Introduced in 1942, the Tiger I was the first successful German heavy tank of World War II. At 57 tons, it had excellent armor protection and impressive firepower for the time. It was designed to engage and defeat enemy tanks, a role it fulfilled exceptionally well, achieving an overall kill/loss ratio of almost 6. However, it required more maintenance than was practical on the battlefield and could not be produced in sufficient numbers to greatly affect the outcome of the war. It nevertheless acquired a fierce reputation and has become one of the most iconic tanks in history.

Moving Parts:

  • Turret
  • Main Gun

Scale: To print in different scale without loss of details, simply swap your printer’s nozzle.

  • 1:56 with 0.4mm nozzle (default)
  • 1:120 with 0.2mm nozzle
  • 1:100 with 0.2mm nozzle
  • 1:72 with 0.3mm or 0.35mm nozzle
  • 1:48 with 0.5mm, 0.55mm or 0.6mm nozzle
  • 1:35 with 0.4mm or 0.5 mm nozzle

General 3D Printing Recommendation

  • Printer Type: FDM
  • Layers thickness: 0.1mm will give a print quality similar to that of a casted model. 0.15mm layers will still give a decent looking model.
  • Support options: Important! Choose options on your printer that allow the easiest support removal. More layers of dense supports just under the models, more cooling, etc. Options varies from printers to printer, and depends on material: Choose the best one for your printer, use smaller parts as test
  • Soluble Support: Not needed. Single extruder printer will suffice.
  • Assembly: Use Glue to assemble different parts. Some parts have connectors.
  • Too tight: Sand or trim the connectors
  • Too Loose: Create small bulges using a woodburner pen to create a better fit, or simply Glue the parts together.
  • Heated bed and enclosure are strongly recommended for good part quality if printing with ABS.
  • Glass bed with slurry recommended for consistent quality
  • Current version of the files may differ slightly from the pictures.

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