Quad Polsten anti-aircraft Gun - with limber
Just what your British Airbourn have been looking for. Or maybe you need to ramp up the "keep away" in your fort!
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Quad Polsten anti-aircraft Gun - with limber - STL
This is a highly detailed 3D model Quad Polsten gun with limber.
The Polsten gun was used for armoured vehicles equipped with anti-aircraft guns based on the Cromwell/Centaur tank and for the Skink anti-aircraft tank.
The Polsten was also mounted on British LVTs and on early models of the Centurion tank, not coaxially with the main gun but in an independent mount on the left hand side of the turret.
The Polsten was used by the anti-aircraft platoons of some British infantry battalions during the North European campaign of 1944-45
This is a multipart model and has been made from plans and reference photos.
The guns and the body can be rotated as required and the limber is removable from the base.
The wheels are print in place movable parts and turn once fitted.
At 28mm scale it can be printed on an FDM printer with a 0.4mm nozzle, resin is recommended for best finish
It fits British, Australian, Polish, United States and Canadian WW2 armies and can be used in bolt action and flames of war. It can also be mounted onto a truck if you wished.
This STL file is a……. It is designed for FDM Printers and print with a 0.4mm nozzle at 0.2mm layer height. To print for 15mm scale resin is recommended.
Supports are required for this model.
The printed model measures approx.:
120mm x 51mm x 44mm @28mm scale
60mm x 25.5mm x 22mm @15mm scale
We have a handy calculator for resizing files for 3D printing over at scale-converters
It is designed for 28mm table top games set in WW2 such as:
Bolt Action, Chain of Command and Konflikt ’47. It can also be used in games such as Judge Dredd, Necromunda, and Fallout Wasteland Warfare.
Now rescaled to 1/100 for Flames of War by popular demand.
See the blog post notes on scales about resizing STL files.
Some of the images supplied are computer generated and are for reference. They are images of the files that will be 3D printed.
Print in place parts may need some work to loosen them up after print. Once free, run them through full travel several times to wear them in.