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SCOUT 102 H Explained by CUTANGUS
SCOUT 102 H Explained
This is an armoured flying combat vehicle, armed with various-caliber guns. It can hover, although at great fuel expense. The two disks are wings of circular form, fully articulated in angle-of-attack and the balls in his centers are a fully gimballed turbofan housings. There is also two monopropellant rocket nozzles in the articulation roots serving to improve stability when hovering.
A powerfull computer can manage the stability in any flying condition, and the main body can adopt any elevation angle independently of the flying hardware to engage the unfortunate targets.
Plastic-ceramic lightweight armour plates cover the hull to protect the two-man crew from projectiles up to 37mm caliber or from fragments of nearby warhead explosions.
Main armament is a three-barrel, automatic rotary cannon in a gimballed mount (15º in any direction). Ammunition of the armour-piercing type are stored in the rear bulge.
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SCOUT 102-H Views by CUTANGUS
SCOUT 102-H Views
This is an armoured flying combat vehicle, armed with various-caliber guns. It can hover, although at great fuel expense. The two disks are wings of circular form, fully articulated in angle-of-attack and the balls in his centers are a fully gimballed turbofan housings. There is also two monopropellant rocket nozzles in the articulation roots serving to improve stability when hovering.
A powerfull computer can manage the stability in any flying condition, and the main body can adopt any elevation angle independently of the flying hardware to engage the unfortunate targets.
Plastic-ceramic lightweight armour plates cover the hull to protect the two-man crew from projectiles up to 37mm caliber or from fragments of nearby warhead explosions.
Main armament is a three-barrel, automatic rotary cannon in a gimballed mount (15º in any direction). Ammunition of the armour-piercing type are stored in the rear bulge.
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SCOUT 102-H Blueprints by CUTANGUS
SCOUT 102-H Blueprints
This is the four-view blueprint of a project dated in November 2014.
This is an armoured flying combat vehicle, armed with various-caliber guns. It can hover, although at great fuel expense. The two disks are wings of circular form, fully articulated in angle-of-attack and the balls in his centers are a fully gimballed turbofan housings. There is also two monopropellant rocket nozzles in the articulation roots serving to improve stability when hovering.
A powerfull computer can manage the stability in any flying condition, and the main body can adopt any elevation angle independently of the flying hardware to engage the unfortunate targets.
Plastic-ceramic lightweight armour plates cover the hull to protect the two-man crew from projectiles up to 37mm caliber or from fragments of nearby warhead explosions.
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Modeling a rocket launcher by CUTANGUS
Modeling a rocket launcher

Using 3D design to create a rocket launcher for a 1/35 scale model kit.

 

Fifteen years ago I purchased several plastic model kits with a book collection about Armoured Fighting Vehicles. Today I have the space to work on these models that come without box from various brands.

 

When working in a T-34/76 soviet tank (kit from Zvezda) I noticed that I had lost a piece of the gun mantlet. So I decided to change the turret completely.

I studied several concepts to mount anti-tank, assault or anti-aircraft guns in place of the turret, but none came to fruition.

Finally I decided to create a rocket launcher, albeit appear ahead of his time, too advanced for a wartime soviet device (always I was thinking in a German design on a captured T-34/76 chassis as for 1944-45).

However, the round cast steel turret had a definite post-war era Soviet style. so I decided to paint it in the same Russian green paint as the 1950's Soviet armor.

Then I rented the services of a 3D printer to create the pieces. Finish was poor, and some details are lost. I quickly assembled, primed and painted the pieces to see the results. Finishing and weathering will come after much needed work.

 

If you need something like this, and you count with a 3D printer service, you can contact me!

 

cutangus@yahoo.es

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MAJmufin Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2014  Student Digital Artist
as said many times before, you have one of the best gallery's i have seen on DA.
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CUTANGUS Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks!
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Small-Brown-Dog Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014
Outstanding gallery
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CUTANGUS Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks!
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nikolai60 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Happy Birthday!
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CUTANGUS Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Many thanks!
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nikolai60 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
NP, I hope you had a fun one!
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Somnium-Profundus Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2014
:w00t: Happy Birthday! :cake: :party:
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CUTANGUS Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks!
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ephebox Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2014
Felicidades compañero!! Espero que hayas pasado un bonito en compañía de tu gente!! :squee: cuidate! :bye:
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