3D printed Jagdpanzer 38t Hetzer 1/6 RTR

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Postby 50koruny » Mon Apr 05, 2021 4:53 pm

Hi,
have this 1/6 Hetzer for sale.
Reason for sale: i dont have space to store 1/6 models now.
It was builded to test STL files for printing.
Fully assembled.Used only for the test drives.
Vehicle is fully 3D printed.

IMPORTANT NOTE: There is no PLA plastic used on my models.
All my printed models can withstand temperatures to at least 80°C.

More than 11 kg of material was used to print this.
Hundreds of hours of the printing time.
Lenght without a gun : 800mm
Height to the roof:320mm
Width: 450mm
Weight: 13kg

-all hatches openable
-servo controlled vertical and horizontal movement of the canon
-servo controlled recoil
-movable gunners sight coupled with gun
-realistic gun's rifling
-realistic periscopes
-360° rotating machinegun mount
-LED light for the front light (2x5mm LED)
-LED light for the tail light (3x3mm LED)
-tracks tensioners
-working suspensions
-detachable spare track links
-rubber rims of roadwheels
-detailed resin parts
-mg34 machinegun

You can check the Assembly Guide here.You can see whole construction there:
dropbox.com/s/knmd32cegwb78ql/Hetzer16-Assembly_EN.pdf?dl=0

Buildthread:
rctankwarfare.co.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?f=150&t=30831

Preparing some videos, i will show you RC functions very soon.
If you have an interest, i can make some additional videos and photos of the interrior and mechanical parts.

Its not my target to make models as cheapest as possible.
There is 51 bearings inside, for the example.
As every Warprints model, its designed to be durable, full of functions and details.

Its my first 1/6 scale model.Its a little bit hard for me to set price tag.
Looking for about 2500€ (+ shipping) for this one.Elmod pro will be included (no transmitter).
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Postby 50koruny » Mon Apr 05, 2021 4:56 pm

Here are some older videos.

Test of the gun (fast movement, controlled by arduino only for this tests - its controlled by Elmod now)

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Test of the taillight (3x3mm LED)

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First trial run:

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Postby Model Builder 4 » Mon Apr 05, 2021 5:51 pm

Lovely piece for anyone lucky enough to collect 1/6 scale armour, it is amazing what you have achieved with this :thumbup:

Cheers,Lee.
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Postby midlife306 » Tue Apr 06, 2021 10:30 am

That’s a good price, I’m fully aware of how much work has gone into this & how much time & pain/injuries involved. I’m half way through post processing a set of tracks & my fingers feel really sore.
Cheers
Wayne


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Postby 50koruny » Tue Apr 06, 2021 11:28 am

Thank you.

Yes, Lee.Lucky guys.I wish i have place to store this big models.

I am still trying to set some acceptable prices, Wayne.
Lot of work, lot of time and even some pain.
Surprisingly, nobody was harmed this time :thumbup:

Tracks are both.Pain and satisfaction.
When you walk through all that pain, heavy satisfaction is awaiting you, when you get hold of the assembled track.
Its great feeling to have them in your hands for the first time.
Its like a childbirth :haha:

For this 1/6 build, have used more than 1kg of good quality ASA filament.
Connected with hardened steel pins.
Have cutted them with dremel cutting disc, as they are hard as f*ck :haha:
I am very satisfied with this tracks.They are surprisingly durable for 3D print.
Direction of layers when printing (orientation of part) and good material are important for this.
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Postby midlife306 » Tue Apr 06, 2021 1:29 pm

I’ve just started looking into ASA for this reason


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Postby 50koruny » Thu Apr 08, 2021 5:42 pm

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