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I am trying to 3d print an Eldar hornet but have never seen one in person can someone tell me their rough side? Dimensions would be great but if not just approximately how large they are compared to other models would be helpful
   
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War Master Marterix wrote:
I am trying to 3d print an Eldar hornet but have never seen one in person can someone tell me their rough side? Dimensions would be great but if not just approximately how large they are compared to other models would be helpful


Is this the one on thingiverse? I'm not sure, but the cockpit is going to be the same size as a falcon one so you could extrapolate by measuring a canopy you already have
   
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If you're looking at Walkyrie's on Thingiverse it should be the right size just as-is.

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yea, the as is on thingiverse i printed was basically scaled to the real thing.

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