M24 Chaffee

American light tank for 3D printers with 20x20 cm Build plate.
Combined belt and toothgear transmission – low noise and more powerfull
Ready for brushed or brushless motors

Scale: 1:10
Width: 290 mm
Height: 250 mm
Length: 540 mm
Weight: 5500 g

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Price of STL files: 28 EUR

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The M24 Chaffee was an American light tank used during World War II and the Korean War. It was named after the United States Army General Adna R. Chaffee Jr., who was one of the pioneers of armored warfare.

The M24 Chaffee was developed to replace the aging M5 Stuart light tank and was designed to be a fast and maneuverable tank with a decent armament. It was equipped with a 75mm gun and had a relatively lightweight armor, making it well suited for reconnaissance and infantry support roles.

The M24 Chaffee was first used in combat in 1944, during the closing stages of World War II, and saw action in Europe and the Pacific. It was highly regarded by its crews for its speed and reliability, and it quickly became a staple of the US Army's armored units.

After the war, the M24 Chaffee saw service with several countries, including France and South Korea. It was also used during the early stages of the Korean War, where it proved to be effective against the North Korean T-34 tanks. However, its thin armor became a liability as the war progressed, and it was gradually replaced by more heavily armored tanks.

Today, the M24 Chaffee is remembered as a versatile and reliable tank that played an important role in the history of American armored warfare. A small number of M24 Chaffee tanks survive, and they are prized by collectors and military enthusiasts.

The M24 Chaffee tank was a light tank used by the United States Army during World War II. It was a fast and agile tank, designed to support infantry units in the field. The M24 Chaffee was equipped with a 75 mm gun, which was effective against other light tanks and armored vehicles, but was not as powerful as the guns mounted on heavier tanks.

One of the great things is the level of detail that can be seen in its 3D printed model. The model captures the intricate details of the tank's exterior, from the treads on its tracks to the bolts on its armor.

In addition to the high level of detail, the 3D printed model of the M24 Chaffee tank is also accurate. It is based on detailed plans and specifications of the original tank, naturally adapted to the capabilities of 3D printing on a standard 20x20 cm printer.

The appearance of the whole model is significantly enhanced by the graphical elements included in the data. They can be printed on a laser printer directly on self-adhesive paper, cut out with a sharp knife and glued on the assembled model.

Overall, the 3D printed M24 Chaffee tank model is a great addition to any collection.