I design primarily for the Interwar and WWII periods, and in 1:100 scale for 15mm gaming.
These days I print models almost exclusively in resin, but wherever it is feasible I design with tolerances suitable for FDM as well.
The T-24 of 1932 was the Soviet Union’s first real attempt at original tank design, rather than copying the designs from other nations. It was not entirely successful (it had a habit of spontaneously bursting into flames, for example), but it taught Soviet tank designers an enormous amount.
The chassis was later used, much more successfully, as the basis of the Komintern heavy tractor.
This is a 1:100 scale (15mm) model in multiple parts. There are options to print the hull with tracks attached or as separate components.
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