I managed a bit more on these chaps today…
Still a fair way to go but getting there.
I also carried on printing their ride:
This is in various bits that are glued together. The sides will have panels, the left hand side being printed now. Something went wrong with the interior bit, it separated. It could be a printer glitch or a slicer glitch. The nose didn’t have the same problem so I am in the dark.
This is the interior of the craft. You can see the flaw line on the right hand side. It is just about noticeable on the left hand side.
This is more work by Terrain4Print, again from Thingiverse, so cost at zero to purchase it. I will see what his Patreon costs are as I think he deserves something for his hard work.
I haven’t downloaded it yet, but there is a crashed version of this too. Once this is built I may do a second one and use 3D builder to splice on some weapon pods.
Happy with the way it is going so far. I am running out of this spool, hopefully I will have enough to get the wings and rear hatch done.
Tomorrow I am off gallivanting again. This time to have a look at the WW2 defences of Lerwick. We have some of the best preserved outside of France. This includes a bunker design that is only ever found in France…
I will endeavour to take photographs…