Fallout: Wasteland Warfare - Print at Home - Pre-war APC STL


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Sale price$15.60

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Please note: this is a digital STL product ONLY for 3D printing and not a physical product. Requires a 3D printer and knowledge of 3D printing to use. You will be emailed the STL files immediately after purchase. Figures shown are for scale only and are not included in this package. 

APCs are familiar sights for wastelanders across post-war America. They were deployed routinely while the country was on a war footing, and can be found wrecked and looted, in and around key areas such as barracks and railway stations. Its heavy weapons and solid armor made it more akin to an Infantry Fighting Vehicle, and it was used as crowd control and to transport heavy troopers to key hotspots.

When functional they were capable of transporting 6 soldiers and 2 power armor suits, making them spacious mobile platforms for deployment. Now they make excellent hiding holes, nesting spaces and barricades. Brave explorers can sometimes find stims or equipment in them, however they are as likely to anger anything lurking inside as they are to find a good haul.

Contents

1x STL digital printable file


3D printable file and model ©2020 Bethesda Softworks, a ZeniMax Media company.  All Rights Reserved. 

Our Bounding Box Benchmark is 220mm x 220mm
This product requires a maximum build size of Top L59.85mm 36.39mm H153.18mm

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Joseph Troy Wilson
Its a chonky one

Printed on a Photon S with a mixture of different resins. Took a total of three prints. Used... maybe 250mls of resin? I'd have to look at my logs but it wasn't too bad, the thing is hefty though and I do go hard on the heavy supports.

Everything was done on 0.05 with 9 sec exposure.
1st. Upper half at 14hrs
2nd. Bottom half at 12hrs
3. Everything else sans the interior at 9hrs
Only a single defect in one of the tires, but as it happened to be the end that won't be visible (Legion camp diorama / huge terrain piece) I just went with it.

Here are some images if curious

https://imgur.com/gallery/VdssuHw

Really, at 15 pounds its more than fair pricewise; especially as I live in the states so it saves me on postage.

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