HMS Agincourt 1913 3D print model

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  • The template contains the following file formats for printing: .blend, .gltf (.glb), .dae, .fbx, .obj, .stl, .x3d, .3ds, .usdz and .ply.

  • The Model is scaled according to the metric system.** NOTE:** If you use 3D Builder to print the model, in File Units put in M.

  • The size of the model, 18,3cm (183mm) x 2,9cm (29mm) x 4,9cm (49mm). Scale: 1/1115.

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Created in Blender 2.80.

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Mesh:

Verts - 11461

Faces - 12895

Tris - 22994

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HISTORICAL NOTE: HMS Agincourt was a battleship built in the United Kingdom in the early 1910s. Originally part of an order from the Brazilian government, it has the distinction of assembling more heavy cannons (fourteen) and more towers (seven) than any other battleship, dreadnought, according to the request of Brazilians.

Brazil ordered the ship in 1911 as Rio de Janeiro from the British company Armstrong Whitworth. However, the collapse of the rubber boom in Brazil, led to the sale of the ship under construction to the Ottoman Empire in 1913. The Ottomans renamed their name Sultan Osman I, in honor of the founder of the empire, and the ship was almost ready when World War I broke out. The British government seized it for use by the Royal Navy, along with another Ottoman battleship being built in Britain. Renamed Agincourt by the Royal Navy, she joined the Great Fleet in the North Sea. During the war, he participated in the Battle of Jutland in 1916. Agincourt was placed in reserve in 1919 and sold as scrap in 1922 to comply with the terms of the Washington Naval Treaty.

Additional note: The length of the ship and the huge number of 305mm cannons have always caused huge skepticism in the Royal Navy about the ship's ability to shoot sideways (with all cannons at the same time) without causing structural damage; these doubts were dispelled during the Battle of Jutland, during which the ship fired 144 shots, 84 of which against side fire, silencing its detractors. During this battle, the only one that saw her employed, the ship reported no damage and her crew did not report any deaths or injuries.

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Specifications:

BRAZIL

Name: Rio de Janeiro, launched 22 January 1913.

OTTOMAN EMPIRE

Name: Sultan Osman I, Acquired December 1913.

UNITED KINGDOM

Name: HMS Agincourt, seized 3 August 1914.

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Type: Dreadnought battleship;

Displacement: 31,355 tons;

Length: 204.7 m (671 ft 6 in);

Beam: 27.1 m (89 ft);

Draught: 9.1 m (29 ft 10 in);

Installed power: 22 × water-tube boilers - 34,000 shp (25,000 kW);

Propulsion: 4 × shafts; 4 × steam turbines;

Speed: 22 knots (41 km/h; 25 mph);

Complement: 1268 (1917);

Armament:

7 × twin 12 in (305 mm) guns.

20 × single 6 in (152 mm) guns.

10 × single 3 in (76 mm) guns.

3 × 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes;

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    • Publish date2020-08-23
    • Model ID#2573639
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