The model is highly detailed, based on original drawings and pictures from the Dutch and United States national archives. The model has been test-printed and build in 1/100 scale and should print fine up to 1/50 scale. But remember you will need to re-scale the files. A simple display-stand is included.
A full construction report is available on my BLOG. I highly recommend you read the Blog first before you buy the print-files, the model does require you to have good modelling skills. And some resin parts in 1/100 are rather small, so take your time removing the supports 🙂 The railing is provided as stl-files to be printed in PLA. In my test-printed model I used brass posts. I also used some brass tubing for the screw-shafts and other small shafts. You can decide what to use, you can print all parts if needed. But you can decide to replace some parts with brass modelling parts if you want.
Test-printed on a Creality Ender 5, standard PLA, layer 0.20 mm. And all the resin parts, Anycubic Mono SE, 0.05 mm layer, Anycubic Standard Resin.
A total 175 stl files. But you will need to print well over 200 parts. I have included complete hull of the model and also a hull cut in 4 pieces which I printed in PLA. I also included 12 stl-files which I used on my Anycubic Mono SE to print all the Resin parts for your convenience. Use them at your own risk, worked fine on my printer, but no guarantee the files will work on your printer.