METAL WORKER and MINER on Europe between the 18th - 19th centuries
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- 1/25 SCALE OF THE MINIATURES.
- Model could be difficult to print. Printing is the responsibility of the printer.
- You can scale the mesh to other sizes (visit the tutorial link below or go to ARTEJAOLSTUDIOS).
- The height of the human figures are around 65 to 75 mm approximately (depending on the pose of the model).
- One Mesh model. No Parts. No divisions.
- Mesh with or without base.(depends of the model)
- Mesh can separate from base (visit the tutorial link below).
- BEST PRINTING results on Resin 3D printers (stereolithography).
- High resolution.
- Worker man model with objects, clothes and equipment.
- European metal worker with different equipment. Running pose.
- The model has (or not) a circular, elliptical base or other shape (depends on the model).
- the characteristics are shown in the images of the web. (The written information may have typographical errors and the shape and number of models are shown with pictures, being the final reference of the product).
Number of meshes:
- 1 Mesh Model. Figure and base merged or figure only.
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¡WARNING! VERY COMPLEX MODEL FOR PRINTING!
IT IS LIKELY THAT THE MODEL DOES NOT GO WELL BY THE AMOUNT OF PARTS AND DETAILS.
3D PRINTABLE MODEL!
The history of the modern steel industry began in the late 1850s. Since then, steel has become a staple of the global industrial economy. This article is intended solely to address the commercial, economic and social dimensions of the industry, as the bulk production of steel began as a result of the development of the Bessemer converter by Henry Bessemer, in 1857. Previously, steel was very expensive to produce . and it was only used on small, expensive items like knives, swords, and armor.
- STL file
- OBJ file
- FBX file
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