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  • Lancia LC 2

    Finally put my 3D printers to work to make a 1/43 scale car.

    This is a resin printed Shell with a FDM PTEG chassis in a sidewinder configuration. Decals were done on my laser Jet and this Martini scheme is a handful. Glass and driver tray were vacuum formed on my home unit.

    Thought I better have something new on hand for the 2022 ProNoMag

    Cheers

    Dan

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    Cheers

    Dan
    G.P Alberta

  • #2
    Nice job Dan, an all around in house build.
    I've that handful of a scheme for mine in 24 from the cults3d file, want to do the Fuji. Unwrapping all the rear strut work from the support structure in pla was a feat,
    a favorite car for sure

    Paul

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    • #3
      Very nice work Dan !

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      • #4
        very nice work, Dan!

        I like the chassis! The paint work is beautifull!
        the details on the rear are awesome!
        what are you using for tires? BARC?
        new logo for BARC on the motor?

        very nice work on the glass! how did you get it to fit right?

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        • #5
          Tires are home cast urethane.

          Yes for something different I changed the Barc Logo to an oval

          With respect to the glass I made a 3D file in CAD and messed around with it against the car file until it fit right. I then printed it out.

          I bought a new Vacuum forming machine and it really sucks the plastic around the bucks giving me much nicer results then my old one. I may even Vacuum form a few 1/43 bodies. Some cars are well suited to vacuum forming and you hardly can notice them against injection molded bodies. Early Porsche 911's( speedsters) are good candidates.

          Motor in this car turns about 27,000 rpm making it much quicker then cars powered with the Minebea Barc motors of the past.

          Thanks for the comments guys

          Cheers

          Dan
          Cheers

          Dan
          G.P Alberta

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          • #6
            That wing support detail is really pretty amazing. I am impressed. Nicely done.
            Come Race at The Trace!
            Timberline Trace International Raceway - SW of Mpls, MN
            https://cults3d.com/en/users/chappyman662/creations

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            • #7
              Dan - really awesome job on a great looking car!

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              • #8
                Very nice Dan!

                Regards, Lloyd.

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