Just printed some 1/35 accessories with my newly acquired Elegoo Mars 3. Amazed at how detailed these prints can be. The possibilities are endless, and with this, I may not have to buy aftermarket accs. anymore.
If anyone wants the STL files for these, PM me, and I’ll freely share the love.
M2 50 cal mg cooling jacket - captured the holes nicely!
Leopard 2 indi track (more like a link and connect). The detail is of course more simplified than Tamiya’s rubber kind but they seem useful as spare tracks or to replace the awful old Italeri or Revell tracks.
I have been putting them in 15-30 degree angles b/c 45 degrees turned out too high for some of them - the supports may damage the thin barrels. I am also laying some smaller M4 carbines down on their left side b/c raising them on Y-axis caused the supports to either hide the magazine or damage the barrel. Besides, the left side is not going to show if a figure (right-handed) is holding the rifle - does it make sense?
It has been all trial and error so far - no hard rules here. Hope this helps.
Let me know if you want to exchange any STL files.
That’s great advice, and totally makes sense. I’m going to be printing a C7, which isn’t too dissimilar from some of the things you’ve been printing, but in 1/100 scale. Replacing the barrel with a bit of brass tubing is all but guaranteed.
And I’d be glad to swap STLs! I’m doing Canadian figures that can be posed right now, if you’re into that sort of thing.