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Viking Longship

$9.95

The 28mm scale Viking longship can be printed as a complete model or it can be printed in 3 separate sections. It’s designed to fit 28mm models inside.

You will need to print it with (supports touching build plate) switched on because of the angle of the ‘Garboard Strake’ is very steep.

Also, the anchor must be printed with supports touching build plate.

This product will be delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3d Printer. The files are set to 28mm scale but can be rescaled before printing

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Description

Viking Longship can be printed on any home 3D printer.

UPDATE:

  • 10 July 2017 – 1.1 Small mesh repair to┬áViking-Boat-Complete-v1.1.

 

Right click and download the spec sheet below.

 

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Additional information

Dimensions

Dimensions and weights are available in the image gallery

Q&A

  1. Matthew Barker

    Ask any questions and you will be rewarded with answers

  2. Jason Winter (verified owner)

    What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow?

    • Matthew Barker

      about 24 miles per hour

  3. alaalamsa

    hi,
    how can i join the parts?

    • Matthew Barker

      Hi, There are guide holes in the model parts, you can use a piece of 1.75mm filament to join the parts.
      You will need to glue the parts togeather. For ABS use Acetone to make glue from ABS offcuts, for PLA use Chloroform. You can also use superglue.

  4. billlawrence01

    Will it actually float?

    • Matthew Barker

      No, it has a flat bottom for game use, so it will capsize in the water.

  5. Paul (verified owner)

    Could you make one with a hull?

    • Matthew Barker

      At this stage were only making ‘game ready’ versions of the ships. We could look at it at a later stage though

  6. Scott

    I see there might be an option to place a mast. Do you have recommendations for a mast?

    • Matthew Barker

      We normally use a wooden dowel for the masts. You can scale the mast stand separately to fit any size dowel.

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