Tank

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garylmast
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Tank

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I did this gun barrel in a Z-Brush exercise, so I decided to build it using Aspire. I think I got carried away, but it was a good way to get rid of all the small scrap wood I had laying around. It measures 16" x 9" x 10".
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ChiloquinRuss
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Re: Tank

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That's cool. I love making toys too! Russ
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Tundraman
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Great job! That is some amazing detail. :)

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Magic job Gary! Any chance of posting tye CRV's?

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Magic job Gary! Any chance of posting tye CRV's?
Thanks for the complements. There were too many and too large of files, so I put it in Dropbox. I was working with both millimeters and inches, so you may have to make sure of the measurements. I just cut the body on the radial saw that looked good, so there's no file. The rotary attachment was used on a good part of the model. I have a "Track" file, courtesy of Dale(dhellew2), however, after a day of machining and breaking all my small mills, I changed it to threaded wheels instead. It was a fun project and my grandson has already made claim on it. Gary

https://www.dropbox.com/s/m3bs1yrehlfyxsf/Tank.zip?dl=0

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