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Offline johnnyvd

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Re: Torro Tiger II acoustic smoker
« Reply #30 on: October 22, 2019, 09:22:39 AM »
Heh, beautiful! Nice to see my logo is still on!

ABS would be sufficient for the heat. It will probably also be resistant to the smoke-oil is guess..
I will change the design "as proposed" I normally just cut the Henglong smokers down to size because they are so cheap. But integrating would be nice..

For my Famo Builds i need to design a speaker/smoker combo also.. So integrating would be a logical step.

As soon as these are ready i will be sharing them again!
* E-75 / E-100 PAK44 "monster" - in progress
* Sturmjagdtiger PAK44 - in progress
* pz.kpfw KV-2 754(r) - in progress
* T-34 88mm "Kurland Tiger" - in progress

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Offline Lotuswins

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Re: Torro Tiger II acoustic smoker
« Reply #31 on: October 23, 2019, 01:09:13 PM »
So I just fit your design into a KV-2 Taigen.  Here is a picture.  Works great now, larger speaker, and more smoke.  Nothing to modify, it fits in nice and tight.

What software do you use to design the .stl files?? I would like to do something for my T55A, T34 and Sherman. 

Jerry
Printed Speaker and Smoker.JPG
Torro Tiger II acoustic smoker Printed Speaker and Smoker.JPG
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Offline johnnyvd

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Re: Torro Tiger II acoustic smoker
« Reply #32 on: November 12, 2019, 06:56:16 AM »
So I just fit your design into a KV-2 Taigen.  Here is a picture.  Works great now, larger speaker, and more smoke.  Nothing to modify, it fits in nice and tight.

What software do you use to design the .stl files?? I would like to do something for my T55A, T34 and Sherman. 

Jerry

Hi Jerry, nice to see it fits the KV series also (did not try myselves), i'm can confirm it fits the Torro Leopard 2A6 Also!

I use Siemens Solid Edge 2019 at the moment. This is because it is our company standard together with Siemens Teamcenter PLM solution.

I could share the STEP or Parasolid files with you if you want.. You can modify them in a synchronous 3D CAD package (like Autodesk Fusion 360).

Both SolidEdge and Fusion have "Educational versions" that you are allowed to use for personal use.
* E-75 / E-100 PAK44 "monster" - in progress
* Sturmjagdtiger PAK44 - in progress
* pz.kpfw KV-2 754(r) - in progress
* T-34 88mm "Kurland Tiger" - in progress