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monkeyrabbitstudio 12-04-2019 08:54 PM

1/6 scale T-34-85
 
Handcrafted by Monkeyrabbitstudio


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Able to roll when pushing
https://youtu.be/dldjS0rJJbg


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Rolling Thunder Tech 12-05-2019 12:57 AM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
Are these 3-D printed, or other fabrication?

Leonard
RTT

Squidley 12-05-2019 01:29 AM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
urrah!

Nice to see a new t34!

monkeyrabbitstudio 12-05-2019 07:58 AM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Rolling Thunder Tech (Post 204203)
Are these 3-D printed, or other fabrication?

Leonard
RTT

Hi Leonard,
It has some 3d printed parts. We use multiple materials for this model like wood, resin, steel rod, steel sheet, rubber, and plastic.
The total weight is about 12 kg / 27lbs easy to carry.

monkeyrabbitstudio 12-05-2019 08:01 AM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Squidley (Post 204205)
urrah!

Nice to see a new t34!

Thanks! We will keep posting our new tanks here in the future.

battlezone 12-05-2019 02:45 PM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
Looks good!

Rolling Thunder Tech 12-05-2019 09:50 PM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
What material is used for the drive sprockets and the track links?
thank you
Leonard

monkeyrabbitstudio 12-06-2019 01:56 AM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Rolling Thunder Tech (Post 204213)
What material is used for the drive sprockets and the track links?
thank you
Leonard

Those are made of plastic, 3d printed.
Please feel free to ask any questions.

kelly 12-10-2019 09:14 PM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
the T34 look amazing and the price is more than fair any plans for WW2 US vehicles?

i would die for a M3 halftrack in this quality

Rolling Thunder Tech 12-11-2019 01:13 AM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
Would also be interested in a U. S. Half track and sure would like to see some one make an M24 Chaffee some day.

Leonard
RTT

monkeyrabbitstudio 12-11-2019 06:18 PM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by kelly (Post 204230)
the T34 look amazing and the price is more than fair any plans for WW2 US vehicles?

i would die for a M3 halftrack in this quality

Thank you very much for your kind words.
For US vehicles, M113 is on our 2020 plan. We are working on remodeling our STUG III. It will come out probably next month. We do have Panzer III, but they all sold out and it will also restock in 2020. We will try to keep our future models under $1500.
M3 Halftrack is already on our note, we will think about it.

monkeyrabbitstudio 12-11-2019 06:36 PM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Rolling Thunder Tech (Post 204232)
Would also be interested in a U. S. Half track and sure would like to see some one make an M24 Chaffee some day.

Leonard
RTT

M24 Chaffee was on our plan for real. The reason we canceled that project because it has too many slopes on the hull. The turret is not a big deal to us, but that hull will spend too much working time. It is not a good one for now, but we won't totally give it up. I believe we will start working on it someday.
Many folks talked about M3 Halftrack with us. We will consider about it.

geppetto2 12-15-2019 02:01 PM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
The T34 85 is a fantastic piece as is their Pz III. I brought the T34 home from the AMA show last month and added some weld lines and tool box along with paint job. I posted photos over on Face book AZ Joe heads site if any body wants to see them. The tank is fantastic and rolls very nice and weighs about 26 lbs so a average human can move it without losing a nut. The details are crisp and leaves you a great start for more detail or looks fantastic rolling out of the box. Give M.R.S. a call and see what neat ideas he has in store for this hobby and if the chance comes up to own one of these don't hesitate.

Jeff (Geppetto):!:

Ortona 12-15-2019 02:32 PM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
Something British, like a Staghound armored car, or a Diamler scout car? Both had closed top turrets.

A 6-pounder British (US 57mm) antitank gun would be popular too!

Reef12 12-18-2019 11:19 PM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
Nice looker you have there.:!:

Hammer Six 12-19-2019 10:32 PM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
[SIZE="3"]Have their PZ lll which is posted in the Gallery on their web site...the last set down: Photos from the 11th Annual SSCC FIGURECON. They have been fantastic to work with.

The vehicle is true 1/6 and light enough that and old grunt like me can carry it. There using a good light weight material design not like the 200 pound solid metal or 50-60 pound light weight metal.

They were nice enough that some of us who were interested were able to purchase their turret bins separately. My intent when warmer weather arrives is to make it detachable to switch back and forth for different early war Ausfs.

Bravo to Kingsley and crew....keep it up.

egonzinc 12-19-2019 10:59 PM

Re: 1/6 scale T-34-85
 
Looks great and the light weight makes it very appealing. Good to see ANYONE making vehicles again! OUTSTANDING!
I'll be looking into this...


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