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Tango0105 Dec 2023 4:55 p.m. PST

"After working on the merchant ship earlier this year (see link the temptation to find an early 16th century ship better equipped for war has proven too great! Whilst various later medieval boats are available there aren't really many suitable for the first half of the 1500s. Searching the internet led me to this 3D print file, which was only $7.50 USD, link and I thought it was worth picking up just in case I could find someone that could print it. I contacted a few companies but they were daunted by the sheer size of the model. Through a mutual friend I was then introduced to a local chap named Ben who was keen to test the abilities of his newly constructed 3D printer, I just needed to pay for the cost of the materials…"


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