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3D Printable Tanks

A project in Montreal, Canada by 3D Wargaming

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28mm Scale 3D Printable kits with superb finish, designed to print great even on low-end 3D printers!
Backers: 250
Average Pledge Per Backer: $122 CAD

Funded: $30,444 CAD of $1,000 CAD
Dates: Oct 17th -> Nov 16th (31 days)
Project By: 3D Wargaming
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Latest News

Almost at 30,000CAD

November 16th - via:
Hi Guys,  We are almost at 30,000CAD, and the Churchill will be unlocked! We have 7 hours left, so let's make it happen. If you are thinking about increasing your pledge or to share the Kickstarter page, it's now or never!  (Read More)

1 Day Left: What we got so far!

November 15th - via:
Hi everyone This Kickstarter will be coming to an end in about a day, but lets take a look on what we got so far. Everything so far There are currently 27 3D printable kits Historical Models:   Tiger I  T-34/76  M113  Panther  T-34/85  Panzer... (Read More)

A Reminder

November 14th - via:
Hi Guys, First a thanks for your supports.  The 3D Printable Tanks Kickstarter campaign will end in about 50 hours. This is just a simple reminder that since we do not use a pledge manger, there will be no way to upgrade your pledge once the... (Read More)

M113 Version 04 and Tiger I Version 02

November 12th - via:
Last days on Kickstarter. Been working a bit on the new version of the M113 and Tiger I. Those are far from all the updates, the most noticeable. M113 For the M113, I've made the side cover separate from the hull. This Lessen the need for support on... (Read More)

Panzer IV Unlocked!

November 10th - via:
Hi guys We have reached 20,000 CAD and I'm happy to announce that the Panzer IV has been unlocked. Thanks Everyone!    (Read More)

Timelapse Video

November 8th - via:
Working on the Version 02 of the Tiger right now, hope to have some image update for you guys later this week. Until then, have everyone checked the time-lapse video of the T-34 being 3D Printed?    (Read More)

Track Fixture, T-34/76 Version 04 and the Panther

November 6th - via:
FixtureAs mentioned in the previous post, I've been trying out a new design that will allows tracks to be printed without any supports; by longitudinally splitting the track model into two. Of course, once printed, you now have to glue the two halves... (Read More)

T-34/76 Version 04

November 4th - via:
Made some improvement on the Version 03 of the T-34. Version 03 vs. Version 04 There are minor aesthetic difference between Version 03 and Version 04. The main updates are: Standardized turret connection that allow you to swap the turret with other... (Read More)

M4A3 Sherman: A work in progress.

October 31st - via:
Restarted to work a bit on the M4A3 Sherman, as you can see, there is still some work to do. M4A3 Sherman, still a while to go. Those curves are actually not that hard to print, I bet you can already guess the printing direction of some of the parts.... (Read More)

Standardized Turret Connections

October 29th - via:
Working on another great feature, the standardization of all of our turret connections. All of our turrets will be compatible with all of our chassis! Just finished standardizing the turret of the Tiger, the T-34/76 and of the Guardian APC. Turret... (Read More)

Guardian APC Version 02

October 29th - via:
Taking a break from the Tiger I, I’ve taken the time to update the Guardian APC. Guardian APC is a vehicle from a Science-Fantasy setting that I was working on. It’s the first 3D Printable model that I made and it’s been through a lot of... (Read More)

Tiger I Turret Upgrade: Prototype-B

October 26th - via:
We have shown you the Prototype-A of the Tiger tank turret, this post will be about the Prototype-B. Turret Version 02B Tiger I Turret Version 02B The difference between 02A and 02B are minimal, while 02A was designed with the ease of print in mind,... (Read More)

Tiger I Turret Upgrade: Prototype-A

October 26th - via:
Since we are already funded, and that the first week rush has passed. We have decided to start working on upgrading our current models. I think it would makes for interesting Kickstarter updates. Tiger I Turret Version 01 This is the version... (Read More)

Tolerance Proofing in 3D Printing

October 24th - via:
A slightly more educational update this time, here I will show you an innovative feature that we have developed for our printable kits: Tolerance Proofing.    A major challenge when designing parts that need to be fitted together is that every... (Read More)

15000$CAD Unlocks: KV-1, KV-2 and Tesla Tank.

October 23rd - via:
The Unlocks6-Days in, and we are already at 15000$CAD. Thus, I am happy to announce that the Kv-1, the Kv-2 and the Tesla Tank had been unlocked. They are now available in the list of models that you may choose from, or if you had pledged as Tanker... (Read More)

Kickstarter Review by Greg_FL

October 22nd - via:
Hi everyone, Greg_FL had just made a detailed review of our printable kits. A very interesting video, take a look!    (Read More)

12000$CAD Already!

October 18th - via:
It's not even the end of Day-2 and we are already at 12000CAD wow! The M4A4 Sherman and the Firefly are now Unlocked! If we keep this up we will unlock all our stretch goals in no time!At 15000 we will be be adding not one, but 3D different... (Read More)

First stretch goal unlocked!!!

October 18th - via:
My friends, I am happy to announce that our first stretch goal had been unlocked! The M4A4 Sherman had been unlocked! Keep pushing my friends! The next stretch goal, the Firefly, is just around the corner. Let's try to unlock it today as well shall... (Read More)

Almost at 5000CAD!

October 17th - via:
Thanks everyone for your support, we are almost at 5000CAD. Just a little bit more and our first stretch goal will be unlocked!  (Read More)

Just Funded!

October 17th - via:
Funded in the first 30min? What a great news, thanks everyone! But remember, our goal is to eventually make printable kit of every tank and armored vehicles in history.  There are many stretch goals to unlock and a long road ahead.  The first... (Read More)

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