Part 4 of 8
PART ONE CAN BE FOUND HERE
PART TWO CAN BE FOUND HERE
PART THREE CAN BE FOUND HERE
Over the next 8 lessons I will be showing you how to reproduce the « Object 260 » tank on your home printer.
I will include detailed part lists and assembly instructions plus videos of different stages during the manufacturing, assembly and finishing of the tank.
The tutorial will cover :
Printing the individual parts
Post preparation of printed parts
Painting and finishing
If you follow this tutorial you will end up with a scaled version of the Object 260 and probably a headache from the repeated « Casatchock » music in each video. If anybody has difficulties or needs advice please contact me through MMF studios, I will be more than happy to help.
I have included all the PDF file for this lesson and all the STL files from lessons 1,2 & 3 in the downloads
As I am away this week and have no access to a 3D printer I have decided to have a closer look at the post processing side of building the Object 260.
Sharp modeling knife (be carful with children)
Small pliers flat and long nosed
You may ask why water, as you have probably experienced yourself if the part you are working on becomes hot it will soften and sometimes too the extent that it become deformed.
Using water when sanding will held keep the part cool and reduce the risk of deformation.
lesson 4 Object 260 from Reg Taylor on Vimeo.