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    3d printed Alfa Class Russian Submarine



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    3d printed Alfa Class Russian Submarine

    Post  JuanGg on Sun May 14, 2017 9:08 pm

    Wanted to take a break from my U boot  build and also to try to make an entirely 3d printed model.

    -This project was finished 8 months ago, but needs a rework-


    > As simple as posible, dinamic diving.
    > Really cheap.
    > Entirely 3d printed.

    For now just the CAD :


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    Re: 3d printed Alfa Class Russian Submarine

    Post  SWEnick on Tue Sep 18, 2018 7:36 pm

    How did it turn out? What materials did you use? Hull thickness? How much did the hull end up weighing? Did you print it in sections, and how did you fasten them together again? So many questions... =D
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    Re: 3d printed Alfa Class Russian Submarine

    Post  david f on Thu Sep 20, 2018 9:47 am

    I see that Juan last posted in March - so let't hope for a reply.
    Nick you can search for all postings from one individual and you can pm him. I see that Juan has done some interesting 3D printed superstructure.
    Over to you, Juan.


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