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Gunner Dunbar20 May 2023 1:20 a.m. PST

Hi guys

Have been working on the German Lanz Bulldog D8506 tractor, this is my 3rd CAD design, it's ready for the first test print, I'll need to run it through the slicer then I'll hopefully be printing it over night.






jgawne20 May 2023 2:44 p.m. PST

looks nice. Nice oddball item that I can at least appreciate, even if I don;t really need one.

But I can see someone use that as the basis of a prime mover for some weird army, like orks or someone.

Gunner Dunbar20 May 2023 5:37 p.m. PST

It was used by the Germans and Romanians in various roles during WWII.

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