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b-kons 02-27-2018 10:09 AM

1961 Dodge D100
 
This is the 1961 Dodge D100.

1/6 scale.

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What a great decade that has given us so many wonderful cars and trucks.


This time I'm modeling in Blender. It provides a much more stable working process and it's free.

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I printed the left part from white polyamide, it's very light, it practically does not weigh anything.
The right side is printed from a glass-filled polyamide, it weighs a bit more and is very durable.

The parts have no traces of supporting material. Polyamide printing reproduces complex geometry more easily and provides large sizes of the model.

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The cab is separated on parts to notice the inaccuracies that I might make when modeling and to be able to replace if I break it.

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b-kons 02-27-2018 10:10 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
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I printed the frame for the cab, and I'm going to build entire body of styrene.

JatoTheRipper 02-27-2018 10:16 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Incredible work! I can't get the hang of Blender. If AutoCAD Fusion 360 is available in your country you might want to give it a try. It's free for hobbyists here in the US.

What type of printer do you own? The results are incredible!

b-kons 02-27-2018 10:30 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Thanks!

Blender looks familiar to me, I'm glad I switched to it. I did not test AutoCAD, it just did not happen, maybe I should.

I do not own a printer, always printed in a store, I think this way gives a better result.
Polyamide printing requires a huge printer, it's like a machine and cost a fortune.

Sneetches 02-27-2018 10:41 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Wow, 1/6 scale is definitely making this cooler already.

Natedog 02-27-2018 04:20 PM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Love these early trucks, almost owned a sweet D100 long-bed with slant six engine back when. Great modelling and planning to make it bolt together, interchangeable/replaceable parts. Did you print in two different materials to test the durability? :)

Mike Flea 02-28-2018 06:18 PM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Another skillful masterpiece in the making, subscribed, love Dodge's

josebarros2 03-02-2018 10:42 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
muy bueno ,felizidades

cmbscx10 03-02-2018 09:55 PM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Ah man. You stepped it up a few notches. Next we will see a Steel or Aluminum frame instead of wood.

Beyond excellent work so far. "thumbsup""thumbsup" Wish i had the brain and patience for software drawings. Will watch this one just like the Bronco.

Mike Flea 03-03-2018 10:41 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
I was looking at some pictures of the '61 Dodge, are you going to make the bed a "slabside" or "stepside"? Power Wagon 4x4 or 2WD?

b-kons 03-07-2018 08:23 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Thank you!

I printed parts in two different stores and from different materials, I did not plan it, but variety leads to more opportunities, so I can compare the durability of the materials.
I'm going to build an original bed (not stepside). Originally the truck is 2WD, but I'm going to make it 4WD.

I think I should clarify this aspect. You might be wondering if you can get the printed parts. I would like to upload the files, but there is a reason to not to do it. It's not a finished product. Since I only printed the frame for the cabin, it requires A LOT of future work, otherwise, it will only lead to disappointment. If you still have enthusiasm, I should say that I prepared it for a printer that works with polyamide, which is quite expensive. The printing of these parts cost me about $ 600.


Start filling the cab. Using komacel and Evergreen styrene. 1,5-4 mm sheets.

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imthatguy 03-07-2018 08:37 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Always so much fun to watch your builds come together. Thanks for sharing!

b-kons 03-13-2018 07:16 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
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chino63 03-21-2018 07:24 PM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
As usual, this build has an over the top start. "thumbsup"

b-kons 03-22-2018 09:26 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Thank you!

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JatoTheRipper 03-22-2018 10:11 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Wow. In credible! "thumbsup"

Keep up the good work!

oklamopar 03-22-2018 05:27 PM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Amazing detail. I have a 69 Sweptline, your reproduction is excellent. looking forward to the completion. Glad your doing a wide bed? Really gives the true Sweptline.

Highmark 03-24-2018 09:05 PM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
That is some amazing work!

58_Willys 03-25-2018 09:39 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Awesome scale! Nice to see more 1/6 scale projects coming to life.

That's some incredible skills, getting the back window and firewall done correctly. Nice workmanship.

b-kons 03-28-2018 09:16 AM

Re: 1961 Dodge D100
 
Thanks!

Hard cabin allows me to make openable doors.

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