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Pamerian MBT: 'Eithelfeld' Rev.A - Interior WIP by EumenesOfCardia Pamerian MBT: 'Eithelfeld' Rev.A - Interior WIP by EumenesOfCardia
Whew... finally finished the chassis interior for the Eithelfeld (this took a REALLY long time). See [link] and [link] for the previous versions of the Eithelfeld.

Enhancements include modifying the shells (I assumed 53kg each) and also their weight into the tank's total weight (which modified some other parameters). Because of this new shell weight, it would be too much to expect a soldier to load the guns fast enough to keep up with the auto-loader's 4 rounds per minute (each) so I installed a robotic crane which loads the warheads and shells/magazines into the turret auto-loader. Also, I reduced the unnecessary bulk of the 14.5mm rotary gun.

This interior comes with the Grobel Turbine engine, the driver compartment, and the chassis robotic crane auto-loading system.

Sorry for the enormous file-size but I am also submitting this as my entry for the "Train your Brain" contest hosted by the people at The Art Department and they required some additional info (like the mesh and textures).

Wish me luck and let me know what you think :). That being said, I don't plan on returning to this model any time soon (I have already spent more time on it then I thought possible for me and have kinda gotten bored with it :P). I'll also be going on hiatus for a week or two so you won't be seeing any more updates for a while.
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USSZumwalt Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2014
Woah, woah, woah!!!  4 rpm with an auto loader?!  Does not compute!!!
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BoomBoomBraddah Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
You certainly do your homework.  need to get these on a 3d printer.
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CrimsonFALKE Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I like how it came out
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EumenesOfCardia Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, I didn't win any prizes but its certainly my most detailed model. Thanks for the compliment :)
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