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Gunner Dunbar17 May 2023 1:37 a.m. PST

Hi guys

Final test print of the KV-40, have thickened the tilt frame to 1mm, the fenders and front wheels, it's now quite sturdy while still looking in scale, both tilt frame up and down files are included, and are Available here link at my Wargaming3D store "gunners tank and tractor factory" the first pic below is the store header until I can get the samples painted. For physical prints, please contact me on my email with the title "Hungarian"



Serge6917 May 2023 1:45 a.m. PST

Great models!!!!!!!!!!!!!

jgawne17 May 2023 4:42 p.m. PST

I was just looking at that on the website. Of course I have no real need for it, but can admire the look. Which is just odd enough to work for some futuristic army as well. And good for you not making the same old things again and again.

Gunner Dunbar18 May 2023 3:53 a.m. PST

I think there's a reason for people making the same old things, because they sell, these oddities don't sell, but I made it for my own collection, and the 1 person who bought an STL will get the opportunity to have some as well for a pretty cheap price really, for a unique vehicle not available anywhere else.

Disco Joe18 May 2023 2:58 p.m. PST

Personally I like the unique vehicles that most companies don't make but unfortunately I don't have a 3D printer to be able to create them.

jgawne19 May 2023 6:43 a.m. PST

What I kind of like about it is that it looks pretty oddball, and so you could so easily use it in an apocalyptic/future army. You could easily add on some fancy bits and have a really cool SciFi vehicle. Of course, it's also nice for the 4 people in the world doing Hungarian Armies… But I salute you for doing somethgin different.

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