DKM Scharnhorst Superstructure and Details 2018-09-13

Scharnhorst superstructure

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    It looks good. I'm curious... what model did you use for the main turrets?
     
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    Just the ones that were in the original Sketchup model i found. they arent hollow so wont work with guns but could be modified in sketchup
     
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    Rubbery stuff
     
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    I've added the stl files to my thingiverse post.

    In case you missed it when i mentioned it before. These wont work as covers for working bb cannons. but you can probably modify them if you have basic cad skills
     
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    Downloaded the file as and imported into my machine and they were huge. What unit of measure are you using mm? When I open the files I can select inch’s and cm. And from there can resize to mm
     
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    yes the units are metric. so you'll have to choose that when opening
     
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    Thank you greatly! I just got a Scharnhorst Hull, and I have a 3D printer so I’m hoping I can print most of what you provided. Thank you!