Hafthohladung 3 Kg
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3D model description
This anti tank device was used to destroy armored vehicles in the second world war by Germany.
It has a working fuse that can be screwed on to the fuse body.
There are two types of fuses one that is hollow and designed for a resin printer and the second one for printing with a fdm printer.
The legs of the device can be fittet with 2x 10x10x2mm magnets in each leg so you could mount it on a vehicle for display or on a reenactment event.
For the base of the device you can use either a wooden or plastic plate that is 10mm.
In the current state of the model the two cones that make up the body have to be glued to the base via 2k epoxy like jb weld.
In the future i plan on updating the model so the outer body can be screwd on the base like the original. So check back when i update the model!
I dont take any responsibility what you do with the printet model in public!
3D printing settings
It will take about 15 hours to print depending on your layer hight, speed and filament.
You will need about 1 meter of M5 threaded rod to mount the legs and magnetic block to the base.
Cut one length of M5 threaded rod to 20mm and heat it up and insert it into the holes of the legs so it fuses with the leg body to mount it to the base plate. You need to do that for every leg!
The finished fuse protector has to be bent to your desired angle with a lighter or a different heat source
You will need 2k epoxy glue to mount the body to the base.
- 3D file format: STL
- Last update: 2021/01/21 at 19:01
- Publication date: 2021/01/19 at 21:12
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