apollo 15 saturn 5 pack 1/4 stage S1C
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Apollo 15 Saturn V Launcher
AS 510 Mission
Pack 1/4: the S1C stage
Final major update:
errors are corrected,
the model is more detailed,
the adjustments are more precise,
printing and assembly are simplified.
We no longer present this pitcher who marked the history of the 20th century.
David R. Scott, James B. Irwin and Alfred M. Worden form the crew of apollo 15, which was the first lunar mission to carry the Lunar Roving Vehicle.
They took off on 26 July 1971, landed on 30 July 1971 and landed on 7 August 1971.
The command module is called Endeavour, and the lunar module, Falcon.
The model presented here and at 1/60th scale.
Measures 1.82 m high
Weighs about 3 kgs
Account 656 pieces
The download is proposed in 4 packs in order to be able to realize this model step by step.
Pack 1/4, stage S1C
Pack 2/4, floor S2
Pack 3/4, the S4b floor
Pack 4/4, the Apollo ship.
Printing does not require any support. Or at least, these are already provided for if necessary.
The thickness of the first layer is recommended at 0.2mm.
The height of the layers can vary from 0.10 to 0.2 mm. For some small parts, layers of 0.05 mm may be chosen.
In many cases, brim will be necessary.
Thin walls are 0.87 mm, corresponding to 2 nozzle passages in 0.4 mm. In this case, the filling will be maintained at 0% and only one perimeter will be chosen.
The step-by-step and very detailed assembly instruction is available as a PDF download or at this link: https://the-amphioxus.monsite-orange.fr/.
method for printing markings and flags: https://youtu.be/YS2s9fNvux8
Gluing is recommended with cyanoacrylate glue. 12 tubes of 3g will be necessary.
The model can be built without painting anything. However, some suggestions for painting are included in the assembly instructions.
If you prefer to paint all the parts by yourself, then some parts are available already assembled, ready to paint.
Also available with pack 1, the STL file of the complete rocket and an F1 engine so that it can be printed in one piece on a small scale.
May this model bring you as much pleasure as it does me to make it and admire it!
3D printing settings
requires a good knowledge of your printer.
Preferably print all the parts on the same printer in order to have a better conservation of dimensions.
Some parts may require 5 to 6 hours of printing time.
the adhesion of the parts must be controlled in general.
The modeling was tested on an i3 with a 0.4mm nozzle.
First layer must be 0.3 mm thick and must be even over the entire printing surface (autoleveling desired).
Layer height 0.2 mm for large parts. 0.1 or 0.15 mm for small parts.
No support required.
Fill to 15% if necessary. 0% on thin walls.
Brim imperative on thin walls.
Edge thickness for thin workpieces to 0.4mm (single nozzle pass)
Edge thickness for other workpieces 0.8 or 1.2 mm as desired
for assembly, use the step-by-step assembly videos to position the parts correctly.
The gluing will be done with cyanoacrylate glue.
the support will be made in a material of your choice.
- 3D file format: PDF, STL, and ZIP
- Last update: 2021/01/20 at 18:03
- Publication date: 2018/10/09 at 20:09
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