Following the abandoning of the SP70 program in 1986, the UK and Germany decided to go their own separate ways in developing the next generation of SPH, though sharing common ballistic performance. The German program produced the Panzerhaubitze 2000 (PzH2000), the subject of this model. This was deployed early in the 21st century, and has since been adopted by other countries, including Italy.
Two versions of the PzH2000 are provided, one for printing in FDM, and one for resin (separate files). The FDM version has separate turret and tracks, which have been optimised for this type of printing. Different parts are provided for firing and travel versions. The resin variant is hollowed out to save material, and includes an integrated version in travel configuration, and one with a separate turret and hull to permit customisation of the positioning of the parts. A separate barrel is provided in both cases.
The product is offered for personal, non-commercial use. Derivative designs for personal use may be generated, but neither the original nor derivatives may be shared with others. Attribution of the design is requested should printed models be exhibited or otherwise shared. Models printed from this design or derivatives may not be sold commercially.