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Downloadable 3D printed sub kits!
« on: March 30, 2020, 02:29:39 PM »

Has anyone see this guy?

Ive been watching this guy on YouTube for a while with his rc subs, last night I wandered over to his store after watching a 3D printed British sub he made as was advertising on his channel to buy the files to print yourself....

Discovered that he has quite a range of downloadable print files at reasonable cost to print a range of subs, some are quite impressive like the original Nautilus, sea quest dsv from the 90s ( stars the jaws actor) and a good range of British, American, Russian subs.

Hes also got ready to go RTR and kits!

Defiantly worth looking at if your into subs and got a printer!

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Re: Downloadable 3D printed sub kits!
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2020, 04:19:32 PM »

Yes, I've been following him too for quite a while.... which he would get a better camera / mic setup....!

Really knows his sub stuff though!

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Re: Downloadable 3D printed sub kits!
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2020, 10:54:33 PM »

That guy is Bob Martin from Nautilus DryDocks
He has been making and selling various R,C submarine parts/kits for some time now.A VERY straight person and to my knowledge NEVER had any sales issues. He is Great at replying to emails in a timely manner, one to two days. This is his business so there might be a slight delay in email replies. Highly recommended source in North America for the R.C Submarine hobby.
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