Despite being a replacement for many types of SSBNs, Borei-class submarines are much smaller than those of the Typhoon class in both volume and crew (24,000 tons opposed to 48,000 tons and 107 personnel as opposed to 160 for the Typhoons). In terms of class, they are more accurately a follow-on for the Delta IV-class SSBNs.
I’ve made this model both for display purposes and for R/C enhusiasts. There are two separate file packs for each purpose. Display model is approximately 21cms long to fit most 3d printers. Surely it can be enlarged as you wish if you have a large enought printer. The RC model consists of a shell and dive-rudder planes. It is approximately 1 meters long and has 1mm thickness.
Continue reading for more renderings and the HI-REZ STL files for 3d printing.
This is a 3d printable usb power bank for daily use. It has a 18650 battery inside and a charger module which both can be purchased online. Continue reading for more information and STL files for the parts.
The Typhoon class, Soviet designation Project 941 Akula (Russian: Акула, meaning “shark”, NATO reporting name Typhoon), is a class of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines designed and built by the Soviet Union for the Soviet Navy. With a submerged displacement of 48,000 tonnes, the Typhoons are the largest submarines ever built, able to accommodate comfortable living facilities for the crew of 160 when submerged for months on end.
The 3d model is made specificly for 3d printing. Some details are simplified for easy printing by using minmal support structures.
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As we all know, 3D printed parts produced by our ordinary home type printers are not so strong and when used in place of actual parts, they don’t last long. I thought it would be great If it is possible to somehow strengthen the 3d printed parts and worked on the subject a bit.
Strengthening a 3d part may give us the ability to use those parts in place of actual working, load bearing parts. So instead of trying to find an original replacement part for a broken one of our gadgets, robots, vehicles, mechanical toys or in any mechanical tech project we develop, we can simply go with the 3d printed parts.
We used to put small propellers on the handlebars of our bicycles when we were kids. Now we got older but we can still do the same thing to our cars or motorbikes. I’ve been designing some toys for big boyz recently.
There are several versions, all stl files are included in the following pages.