Definitely! However, if you are new to 3D printing I would go 1:1200 or 1:700 as battleships are very large. If you want to make it an RC ship you might need to edit the model a bit to have room for motors and such. The model wasn't specifically designed for 3D printing, so you might have to make a few changes, but I would be happy to make those changes for you free of charge.
Only interested in 1/72 or 1/96 large scale warship projects.
My first will be this vessel it's 1/50 though but a learner burner project. https://www.cgtrader.com/3d-print-models/hobby-diy/other/flower-class-corvette this one here.
Your IOWA at 1/96 as a long term high technical scale RC project would be awesome and I think you would enjoy seeing your hard work become a reality.
I will build that first 1/50 scale with an Creality Ender5 plus and learn the system then move on to other projects.
If you can make an STL high res version for printing this model as a large scale long term RC project I am on board mate, definitely. I will pay for good work , that's how we work here right.
This is me firstname.lastname@example.org if you chose to go forwards with this project.
Cheers and thx .
Send your price offer to the author if you want to buy it at lower price.
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