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T-34-85 3D model - Finally Finished!

tank 3d model CAD Soviet t-34 finished T-34-85

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WeekendWarrior92 #1 Posted 05 June 2012 - 12:20 AM


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Hello fellow tankers! :Smile_honoring:
Some of you may remember my old post about a 3D model made by me in SolidWorks. --->http://forum.worldof...34-85-3d-model/

I finally found some time to finish it and... Here it is! :Smile_Default:

Here is the list of changes since my previous upload:
- changed dimensions on some parts
- removed sharp edges on the turret
- re-scaled gun and the exhausts
- added some bolts, nuts and rivets.
- some external parts such as toolboxes and spare parts mounted on the hull.
- handles on the hull and on the turret
- added headlight and antenna
- geometry of the wheels changed a bit
- sh'tloads of small details and changes :biggrin:

Special thanks to  BigBruv, r34ch and Anubis22 for all the helpful suggestions:Smile_Default:

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As a reward for a hard work during CAD lessons, my teacher printed my model using a 3D printer that we have in our classroom. Here are some pictures of this amazing creation!! Some of the small parts are missing because the model was so tiny (about 12cm long) but it's still a pretty cool stuff! :Smile_smile:

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I hope you like it :Smile_Default: and i wish you good luck on the battlefields of WoT! :Smile_honoring:

noobie #2 Posted 05 June 2012 - 12:25 AM


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TRUST_NATO #3 Posted 05 June 2012 - 01:34 AM


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Very cool, well done.

Anubis22 #4 Posted 05 June 2012 - 11:39 AM


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Big improvement over the last version.
Shading is much better now and the little details are nice.
The scaling seems to fit way better now aswell.

Well done!
Also, congratulation for having a little real life model now^^

Wish i had a collection of my models :D

Edited by Anubis22, 05 June 2012 - 11:40 AM.

del500044138 #5 Posted 05 June 2012 - 02:17 PM

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View Postadrpal921, on 05 June 2012 - 12:20 AM, said:

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Ahhhh that's so sick!! Wicked. Both models turned out great.

You have to paint the cast model now :Smile-hiding:

adexu #6 Posted 20 July 2012 - 08:01 AM


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Lol, 3D printer :) reminds me of my university. I mean the printer and the tank. Because I tried to model one with Vertex, then with Solidworks. Problem was that it was my own design and I were pretty much out of ideas what kind of little parts I should add to it. Also I tried to calculate the right ammount of spikes on the wheels and their relation to the tracks + different angles of armor etc etc etc... :P The project started to be too big for me. So I made model with simple tracks and finished it at 10% of what I thought of.

Really nice modelling on solidworks! Wondering where are u from btw, is it possible we went to the same school?

WeekendWarrior92 #7 Posted 20 July 2012 - 09:01 PM


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I'm from Poland but I moved to Sweden for some time ago. I study at Vimmerby Gymnasium (sort of high school)

MushLvP #8 Posted 18 August 2012 - 08:37 PM


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Very nice work, you could probably sell these ^^

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