1/285 3D Printed RDF Radar Dish
Radar in World War II greatly influenced many important aspects of the conflict. This revolutionary new technology of radio-based detection and tracking was used by both the Allies and Axis powers in World War II, which had evolved independently in a number of nations during the mid 1930s. At the outbreak of war in September 1939, both Great Britainand Germany had functioning radar systems. In Great Britain, it was called RDF, Range and Direction Finding, while in Germany the name Funkmessgerät (radio measuring device) was used.
All 3D Units are printed in White Strong & Flexible Material. Depending on the shape of your model and orientation, you might see print lines, or “stepping” phenomena on your model, which is a natural artifact of 3D printing using the SLS process. SLS printing works by printing layer by layer, and while our layers are around 0.12mm thin, there is a "step" between each layer, much like a staircase.
Also sold on Shapeways for other Materials
(large qty orders of 3D units may delay shipping)
1/285 Scale perfect for Axis & Allies and other Table Top War Gaming
Note: Bunkers & Structures will NOT be delivered custom painted. Will be available either in White or Primer Gray.
Cm:1.26 x / 1.108 y / 1.524 z