M4A3 Sherman 76 + 105 mm
Model of the American medium tank 1:10
STL files for both turret variants - 76 and 105 mm, perforated and solid wheels
76 mm version with cannon recoil
105 mm version with Taigen airsoft unit
For printers with Build plate 20x20 cm
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Price of STL files: 25 EUR
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The M4A3 Sherman tank was an American medium tank used by the United States and its allies during World War II. The M4A3 was the most widely produced variant of the Sherman tank, with over 9,000 units manufactured between 1942 and 1945.
The Sherman was designed as a replacement for the M3 Stuart light tank and was introduced into service in 1942. It was well-armed, with a 76mm main gun and a coaxial machine gun, and was protected by armor that was thicker than the armor on the M3 Stuart.
The M4A3 was highly maneuverable and had a top speed of around 30 miles per hour, making it one of the fastest tanks of its time. It was also reliable and easy to maintain, which made it a popular choice for the Allies during the war.
The Sherman was used in all theaters of the war and played a major role in the defeat of the Axis powers. It was especially effective in the Mediterranean and European theaters, where it proved to be more than a match for many of the tanks used by the German army.
After the war, the Sherman continued to be used by several countries and was widely exported. It was also used in several conflicts in the post-World War II period, including the Korean War and the Arab-Israeli Wars.
Today, the M4A3 Sherman is remembered as one of the most important tanks of World War II and is widely regarded as one of the most successful tank designs of the war. It remains an iconic symbol of the American contribution to the Allied victory and is widely studied by military historians and enthusiasts.