USS Wolverine 3D print model

  • The package contains 3D files, for model printing - USS Wolverine. *NOTE:* Stylized model for easy printing.

  • The template contains the following file formats for printing: .blend, .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 is 17,1cm (171mm) x 3,2cm (32mm) x 3,3cm (33mm). Scale: 1/880.

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Created in Blender 2.80.

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Mesh:

Verts - 3023

Faces - 3176

Tris - 6034

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HISTORICAL NOTE: The USS Wolverine (IX-64) was a training aircraft carrier used by the United States Navy during World War II. It was originally named Seeandbee and was built as a luxury Great Lakes cruise ship for the Cleveland and Buffalo Transit Company. Seeandbee was launched on November 9, 1912 and was normally used on the route from Cleveland, Ohio to Buffalo, New York.

Seeandbee was acquired by the United States Navy in 1942 and was quickly converted into a freshwater aircraft carrier for the advanced training of naval aviators in carrier take-offs and landings. Renamed USS Wolverine she was not equipped with armor, hangar deck, elevators or armaments. Its propulsion was made by side paddle wheels.

The first aircraft landing on USS Wolverine occurred during September 1942. USS Wolverine along with her sister ship USS Sable was used for the training of 17,000 pilots, landing signal officers and other navy personnel with minimal losses. Following the end of World War II the Navy decommissioned Wolverine on 7 November 1945 and she was sold for scrap in December 1947.

Specifications:

Type: Training aircraft carrier (Side wheel paddle steamer).

Acquired: 2 March 1942;

Commissioned: 12 August 1942;

Displacement: 7,300 tons;

Length: 150 m (500 ft);

Beam: 17.7 m (58 ft) hull, molded 29.8 m (97 ft 8 in) extreme, over guards;

Draught: 4.7 m (15.5 ft);

Speed: 19.1 knots (35,4 km/h; 22 mph);

Crew: 270.

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    • Blender 2.8 (.blend)1.07 MBVersion: 2.8Renderer: Cycles
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    • Autodesk FBX (.fbx)161 KB
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    • Publish date2020-06-13
    • Model ID#2467501
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