The model is resin print only.
It includes a few different options.
– Searchlight with the trailer attached.
– Searchlight with the trailer detached.
– The front-trailer has the option to be printed with or without the tools (Shovel, axe, etc)
– Searchlight in 3 different elevations (0, 45 and 60 degrees)
Be aware that the models is a bit delicate, so I would propose the place the model on a base to prevent damage to your model during game play. The trailer part have been closed, as original the model has an open trailer with beams and tubes, but in 1/100 that would be impossible to print for war-gaming.
The searchlight is in 2 parts, rear-part and the front-part which is to hold the glass. The idea is you can attach a thin plastic sheet to the back of front-part with some clear glue. (Or something like Micro Kristal Klear)
Cut the plastic sheet carefully along the edge and glue it on the rear-part of the searchlight. It should fit, but if needed scale down the front-part by 5% to make a more easy fit.
And if you really want to go overboard and have the skills, include a small micro-LED in the searchlight.
Test-printed the model on a Anycubic Mono SE, 0.05mm Layer using Anycubic Basic resin mixed with 15% Anycubic tough resin.
Included 2 STL’s fully supported version (36 Degrees elevation) both attached and detached trailer. These worked fine on my printer, no guarantees the files will print good on your own printer, I usually use a bit too much support for some people. But feel free to use the files.