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Delfin Submarine

Delfin (Дельфин, lit. ’Dolphin’) was one of the first combat-capable submarines in history. She was commissioned in 1903 and decommissioned in 1917, having served during World War I.

I’ve modeled this funny looking submarine, trying to make 3d printing possible and as easy as possible with minimal supports. Some thin details are enlarged and strengthened.

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Fiat 126 Louvre – Hood Scoop

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Vanguard Class Submarine

The Vanguard class is a class of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines (SSBNs) in service with the Royal Navy. The class was introduced in 1994 as part of the Trident nuclear programme, and comprises four vessels: Vanguard, Victorious, Vigilant and Vengeance, built between 1986 and 1999 at Barrow-in-Furness by Vickers Shipbuilding and Engineering, now owned by BAE Systems. All four boats are based at HM Naval Base Clyde (HMS Neptune), 40 km (25 mi) west of Glasgow, Scotland.

Since the decommissioning of the Royal Air Force WE.177 free-fall thermonuclear weapons during March 1998, the four Vanguard submarines are the sole platforms for the United Kingdom’s nuclear weapons. Each submarine is armed with up to 16 UGM-133 Trident II missiles.

model’s missile doors are operational, missile and torpido files are also available.

Well, let’s dive into some fun facts about these fascinating underwater behemoths.

  1. Silent Giants: Vanguard class submarines are often referred to as “silent giants” because of their remarkable stealth capabilities. These submarines are designed to be incredibly quiet, allowing them to navigate through the depths of the ocean without being detected easily. They move so quietly that some marine creatures might mistake them for the “James Pond” of the sea!
  2. Underwater Hide and Seek: Vanguard submarines play an epic game of underwater hide and seek with other naval vessels. Equipped with advanced detection systems, they can sneak up on unsuspecting ships without being noticed until they want to reveal their presence. It’s like a real-life game of “Where’s Waldo?” but with submarines!
  3. Deep Sea Party: While Vanguard submarines are primarily used for strategic defense, they’re not all business. These submarines have crew members who spend months underwater, and they find creative ways to keep themselves entertained during their downtime. Rumor has it that they’ve perfected the art of deep-sea karaoke, with renditions of “Under the Sea” that would make even Ariel jealous!
  4. “Sea-nanigans”: Being submerged for long periods can sometimes lead to a touch of cabin fever. So, to keep things light-hearted, the crew of Vanguard submarines often engage in friendly “sea-nanigans” (sea shenanigans). These may include pranks, impromptu talent shows, or even the occasional underwater dance party. It’s all about maintaining morale and having a good laugh while sailing the deep blue.
  5. Submarine-Speak: Life aboard a Vanguard submarine comes with its own unique jargon. Crew members have developed a distinctive lingo to communicate in their tight-knit environment. They’ve come up with creative terms like “depth charges” for snacks, “sonar serenades” for singing in the shower, and “submarine shuffle” for dancing in the limited space. It’s like having a secret language that only submariners can truly understand.
  6. Submerged Sightseeing: While most people associate submarines with battles and secrecy, Vanguard submarines also get to explore the stunning underwater landscapes. Their crews often have the opportunity to observe mesmerizing marine life, underwater canyons, and even shipwrecks during their patrols. It’s like having a front-row seat to nature’s own aquatic ballet.

So, there you have it! The Vanguard class submarines, not only masters of stealth and defense but also hosts to a world of underwater entertainment and adventures. It’s a unique blend of serious business and fun-filled moments beneath the waves.

Continue reading for more renderings and STL file for 3d printing.

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Yasen Class Submarine

The Yasen class, Russian designations Project 885 Yasen and Project 885M Yasen-M (Russian: Ясень, lit. ’ash tree’, NATO reporting name: Severodvinsk), also referred to as the Graney class, are a series of the newest nuclear-powered cruise missile submarines designed by the Malakhit Marine Engineering Bureau and built by Sevmash for the Russian Navy. Based on the Akula class and Alfa class designs, the Yasen class is projected to replace the Russian Navy’s current Soviet-era nuclear attack submarines.

And this is a 3d printable model of the submarine. Continue reading for more information and STL files for printing.

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Fiat 126 Robotic Electric Vehicle

Fiat 126 Car body and robot126 chassis together

We’ve made this project as a development platform for a small electric vehicle. We’ve made it with a fiat 126 form as you know we are great fiat 126 enthusiasts. The circuitry is made in a way which makes it possible to be used both in a scaled down model car as well as a larger, load or passenger carrying vehicle. It can communicate with different motor drivers, DC or servo motors.

For more information and images, please continue reading.

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