Comet I. (A34)
British cruiser tank for 3D printers with 20x20 cm Build plate.
Width: 313 mm
Height: 264 mm
Length: 769 mm
Weiht: 5800 g
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The Comet I. A34 was a British cruiser tank that was used during World War II. It was one of the last cruiser tanks to be developed by the British and was introduced into service in 1944, towards the end of the war.
The Comet I. A34 was designed as an improved version of the earlier Cruiser Tank Mk VIII Cromwell, with thicker armor and a more powerful gun. It was armed with a 77mm main gun and had a maximum armor thickness of 102mm, which made it one of the best-protected cruiser tanks of its time.
The Comet I. A34 was fast and maneuverable, with a top speed of around 40 miles per hour, making it well-suited for mobile warfare. It saw extensive use in the final stages of the war, particularly in the European theater, where it played a major role in the defeat of the German army.
After the war, the Comet I. A34 was used by several countries, including Britain and its allies. It was also used in several conflicts in the post-World War II period, including the Korean War.
Today, the Comet I. A34 is remembered as one of the most important tanks of World War II and is widely regarded as one of the best cruiser tanks of the war. It remains an iconic symbol of the British contribution to the defeat of the Axis powers and is widely studied by military historians and enthusiasts.