Review: Minor 1/35 3D Printed Tracks

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Here’s a quick look at a couple of sets of 3D printed tracks from Minor that we sell in the store here.

The tracks come fully printed and connected apart from one break in the track, a bit like a bracelet that hasn’t been joined together. They’re full articulated and they will wrap nicely around the running gear. They don’t have much weight to them so they won’t show a natural sag as metal tracks will.

I think they’re pretty hard to print accurately as I know Minor doesn’t have that many of them at any one time and they tend to sell fast.

Here are the different types that we have had in stock over the last year and although they’re not all in stock right now I am hopeful that eventually, we will get them all back.

  • 3D printed fully workable tracks for Kettenkraftrad
  • 3D printed fully workable tracks for Sd.Kfz.250
  • 3D printed fully workable wintertracks for Kettenkraftrad
  • 3D printed fully workable tracks for Sd.Kfz.10
  • 3D printed fully workable tracks for Borgward IV ausf.A
  • 3D printed fully workable tracks for Sd.Kfz.251 / Sd.Kfz.11 cast type
  • 3D printed fully workable tracks for Steyr RSO
  • 3D printed fully workable tracks for 3 ton KHD Maultier

All you have to do is paint them and then join the ends and you’re done, no assembly needed.

Conclusion: These are a huge time saver and priced competitively when compared to metal tracks.

Paul Tosney – Editor
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