SMS Deutschland Full Ship 0.1

Beta SMS Deutschland Full Ship, rudder, sprockets, Super, Pump

  1. GregMcFadden

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    GregMcFadden submitted a new resource:

    SMS Deutschland Full Ship - Beta SMS Deutschland Full Ship, rudder, sprockets, Super, Pump

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    can you sent pic of it?
     
  3. darkapollo

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    If you click on ‘more about this resource’ it will give you more info and the build thread. This is a fully 3d printed boat. You will need a printer or pay to have it printed somewhere.
     
  4. Xanthar

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    There are lotsa pics of it here.
     
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    0k thanks
     
  6. Radioman

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    How do you split part #27? Looks like two pieces.
     
  7. GregMcFadden

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    send a screenshot of the part you are having trouble with
     
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    The part is to tall for my printer.
     

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    Not sure why it isn't already split.... I will have to check. If you've loaded it in a fusion simply cut away the half that you don't want and export as STL
     
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    Sorry but I am not able to cut it using Fusion or Solid Works. Any help be great.
     
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    Slic3r or whatever else you use will be able to cut it.
     
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    have not had any success.
     
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    I was able to slice it in Meshmixer.
     
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    Would it be possible to also include the STEP format? X_T is not supported for us hobby license Fusion users.
     
  15. GregMcFadden

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    Yes, not sure when I will be able to get it up, but yes it is possible.
     
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    I was able to get that converted to a step file, a while back. I guess I could share that, if @GregMcFadden and @NickMyers are OK with it?
     
  17. GregMcFadden

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    Go for it, I haven't had my main computer on in quite a while it's simply too hot in an un air conditioned space to turn it on
     
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    Pending moderator approval, it should be here.
     
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    Moderator approved and posted
     
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    Wow. What a masterpiece.