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T Ford TT truck 1919 scale 1:22 by Ed-sept7
T Ford classic truck 1919Art
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T Ford ClassicTruck 1919 Scale 1:22 designed by Ed-sept7. There are more of these models to come and they are fun projects to print out and build.
The hoses on both sides of the truck are made of a 1.75mm piece of filement
Lots of printing fun.
Materials and methods
Printer: CR10S PRO and CR20pro
Infill: 50% line
Filament brand: 205
Filament material: PLA
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hi, you did this very well. I hope all parts fit well. grts, Ed.
- Printed on:
- Creality Ender-3
- Nice model with many details
- You can say what colors do you use in the model
- Printed on:
- Ender 3 Pro
- As advertised, fun model to build; a lot of work, though, lots of fine detail and tight tolerances. Holds some memories for me, though, as a teen I had the pleasure of driving one of these: a machine shop owner had just restored it and made the mistake of telling me I could drive it if I could start it! He was dumbfounded when I retarded the spark and flicked the ignition switch, and quite relieved when I brought it back in one piece. I'm not sure what I'll do with it now I've built it but it does bring that memory back, so thanks Ed! Should anyone else be so ignorant as to not understand any language beside English, I took the time to muddle through a rough translation. Ed, (or anyone else) feel free to correct it and/or include it with other models: Part Name Translation Opbouw - bed Romp - body Zijplanken - stake sides Band - tire Bank - seat Chassis - chassis !! Dak - roof DB kast - glove box Ford - Ford logo Gas - floor pedals Handrem - hand levers Koffer_groot - toolbox Koffer_kl - toolbox Mat - mat Oliekan - oil can Olielamp - oil lamp Radiator - radiator!! Radiator_dop - radiator cap Radiator_V - radiator front Sier_dop - hub cap SpatbordA - Rear fenders SpatbordV - Front fenders-running boards Spiegel - mirror Stuur - steering wheel Toeter - horn Velg - wheel or rim Voorlampen - headlight Voorruit - windshield Zwengel - crank Treeplank - footboards I found it easiest to use 1.5mm brass rod for the axles, but then I already had some rod and a drill bit that size. 2mm would work as well or better.
- Had a bit of trouble with the windshield; I could not figure out a good way to hold it upright while the glue dried. I thought I'd finally figured it, let it dry overnight, and it leaned back about 15deg. I just let it stay, rather than break it and try again. Were I a modeler I'd put some pins on the windshield and some sockets in the body. Aside from all that, a beautiful model, a fun project, and I thank you very much!