The models from Modellproduktion (strv 74, strv m/42, pvkv m/43, strv m/21-29 and now Tp 21) are casted in resin (like the Centurion fron Artitec) and not 3D-printed. On the other hand models from Arctic Skunk, Kampfflieger models and Steven’s 3DGarage (all available from Shapeways) are 3D-printed models. The model of pvkv m/43 from Modellproduktion are the modified version while the pvkv m/43 from Arctic Skunk is as delivered.Heinz Peters hat geschrieben: ↑Di 19. Jun 2018, 01:24I had expected the model at Shapeways from "Arctic Skunk", where all the other model are available, too, what you've shown here in the past. The 3 tank models what are shown on the "modellproduktion"-homepage are available from Arctic Skunk, too.
The Suggan is not shown on the modellproduktion homepage, but it was updated the last time two and a half month ago.
The "Tradera" page is not really helpful for us: There is no English version!
I've a last question: How many parts is the Suggan model of?
The web page from Modellproduktion is not updated so I suggest you contact him by email.
The Tp 21 is casted in six parts. The hood, chassis and four wheels. There is also an etching included.
In Sweden Tradera is mainly used, it´s not unusual that kits from Pansarfabriken and other domestic producers can bee found there.