Welcome to my e-shop, where your experience with RC tanks and RC models created using 3D printing will be taken to a new dimension, thanks to 3D printing technology! I’m pleased that you’ve visited my e-shop, and I would like to briefly introduce it to you.

I offer my exclusive collection of RC models in 1:16 and 1:10 scales, designed to captivate you with their highly detailed craftsmanship. The inspiration for these models comes from real vehicles, blueprints, and photographs.

I started out as a dreamer, longing for my own remote-controlled tank since childhood, but back then such a model was out of reach for me. Building tanks and other RC models is a matter close to my heart; it’s my hobby. It’s not about making the biggest profits for me, but rather the joy of modeling, which has taken on a whole new dimension thanks to 3D printing.

Currently, my e-shop features three top-notch models in 1:16 and 1:10 scales – Tiger H1, Stridsvagn 103C, and the latest addition, the German Leopard 2A6 kit in 1:10 scale. Each one is unique and ready to be the crown jewel of your collection. In the future, my offerings will expand to include models available on the old Cults3D and Printables platforms.

My creation is inspired by my favorite games, World of Tanks and War Thunder, as well as historical battles such as the Battle of Kursk, where the legendary Tiger 1 tank was deployed or the Battle of the Bulge (Ardennes offensive). Therefore, the offered collection of tanks will expand over time. During the creation process, I rely on original sources and blueprints for these vehicles.

All my models are of my own design. My models incorporate my own innovations and technological designs, such as fully adjustable torsion bars. These bars are primarily 3D-printed, and enable realistic behavior of the vehicle’s suspension. They allow the full range of motion for the vehicle’s chassis. The interior of the hull can be fully utilized for various additional equipment for example: smoke module, sound module, speaker etc.

For the design and creation of the models, I utilize CAD software Fusion 360, developed by Autodesk.
All the prototypes of my models are printed using filament from the company WORCAM.