A selection of 3 types of WWII fuel Barrels, a selection of German, US and plain Barrel Lids, German and US Gerry-cans, and two types of hand pump. Each part is positioned ready for 3d printing on a RESIN printer. Ready for automatic addition of supports. This works well on an Elegoo Mars Pro II sized printer if printed at 1/32 scale or smaller. In addition are all parts are provided as separate objects, and a zip file containing all object files is available.
There are NO textures, and NO UV mapping on these objects. Do not purchase if these are required. IT IS NOT DESIGNED FOR SLA PRINTERS. Do not purchase if you are unsure what you have.
All my Models are constructed in a 1:1 real world scale. You may need to manually scale yourself to your desired final size. If your object is very small, it is likely converting The whole collection measures :1.9779 x 3.5616 x 0.9794 m in Blender.
1: To get the correct scale size: First divide the above by your chosen scale: (1/35). The longest side in this example, 3.5616m would be 3.5616 / 35 = 0.10176 2: Then compensate for things like M to mm discrepancies (Chitubox for example brings things in at 1m = 1mm so scale up by 1000). This gives you a length of 101.76mm. 3: The number above becomes 101.76mm in Chitubox. Set this for the longest side, which should be Y, making sure Lock Ratio is set ON. The scale percentage will auto adjust to around 2857% which is correct. because we multiplied by 1000 earlier. 4: You may need to rotate the object 90 degrees so the object fits the plate. Depending on your Software. It should be obvious if this is the case, Generally Z is up, so rotate in Z. 5: Make sure that you use antialiasing of some sort in your printer settings, otherwise you may see polygonal facets. 6: Support structures should be as light as possible. You may need to manually add some to support inside barrels, and long thin components.
If you use separated objects, then You will need to figure out individual scales.
Note: Before mm to m conversion:-
1/72 scale is 13.88% 1/48 scale is 20.83% 1/35 scale is 28.57% 1/32 scale is 31.25% 1/24 scale is 41.66%