PM Firepro Water Cannon

PM Firepro Water Cannon 3D print model


3D Model of Firepro Water Cannon, made for 3D Model of HMCS Crescent.

Model is ready to be used in 3D Printing, Design, CNC..


All models are preprinted in order to get highest quality possible.

Model is simplified for printing.


Length: 22.99mm

Width: 7.25mm

Height: 23.21mm

Includes OBJ and STL file.


A water cannon is a device that shoots a high-velocity stream of water. Typically, a water cannon can deliver a large volume of water, often over dozens of meters. They are used in firefighting, large vehicle washing, riot control, and mining. Most water cannons fall under the category of a fire monitor. Water cannons were first devised for use on fireboats. Extinguishing fires on boats and buildings near the water was much more difficult and dangerous before fireboats were invented. The first fireboat deployed in Los Angeles was commissioned on 1 August 1919. The first fireboat in New York City was Marine 1, deployed 1 February 1891. There may have been other fireboats elsewhere even earlier. Fire trucks deliver water with much the same force and volume as water cannons, and have even been used in riot control situations, but are rarely referred to as water cannons outside this context. Water cannon differ from other similar devices in the volume of water delivered in a given time, the nozzle speed, the pressure that it is delivered at, and to a lesser extent the total volume that can be delivered. They are also generally portable. The method of employment is also important in labeling a device a water cannon. Nevertheless, the distinction between a water cannon and other similar devices is fuzzy. For example:- Pressure washers generally produce an extremely high pressure stream where the power of the stream drops off significantly over a very short distance. Water pistols and other toys deliver much lower volumes of water at a much lower pressure. Ultra high pressure water jet cutters are used to cut a wide variety of materials including granite, concrete (see hydrodemolition), ceramics, fabric and even Kevlar.[15] One such cutter delivers 55,000 psi (380 MPa) through a nozzle 0.003 inch (76 micrometres) in diameter at 1 kilometre per second, which can cut a person at a close range. There are reports of accidental deaths involving the industrial use of high-pressure water.[16]

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koikarper 2024-04-19 12:05:09 UTC
I downloaded this water cannon and to my surprise this file was very detailed and easy to print, top product
PM Firepro Water Cannon
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3D Model formats

Format limitations
  • OBJ (.obj, .mtl)7.39 MB
  • Stereolithography (.stl)1.27 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2023-05-26
  • Model ID#4527523
  • Ready for 3D Printing