The Breda 37/54 was a 37 mm (1.5 in) automatic anti-aircraft gun produced by the Breda company in Italy. It was used by both the Regia Marina and the Regio Esercito during World War II, with the former using it as the standard light anti-aircraft weapon on its battleships and cruisers.
The model was created based on blueprints, photos and historical documentation. It was created with precision in detail and in real units of measurement to be a faithful reproduction of the original.
The object is made up of 2 pieces to be printed. Once printed they can be finished, assembled, glued and plastered where necessary and painted.
A single piece STL is also available.
The STL files are in 1:200 and 1:350 scale (in mm units).
The final object sizes are:
Length: 15.7mm (0.62in), Width: 12.5mm (0.5in), Height: 10.5mm (0.41in) for 1:200 scale
Length: 8.95mm (0.35in), Width: 7.14mm (0.28in), Height: 6mm (0.24in) for 1:350 scale
N.B. There are tiny parts, a resin printer is highly recommended.
You can use the OBJ or the FBX files as reference to assemble all the printed parts.
For any difficult or question I am always available to give you assistance.
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