This set of models is intended for very advanced modelers.
Notice: due to their extraordinary size, Titanic funnels require an unusually long time to print. Print time and high demand are causing significant production delays. Please allow up to 20 days to produce your Titanic funnels, plus shipping.
A less expensive set of funnels for modelers who prefer to use their own Titanic kit's exterior water and steam pipes, triple whistles and/or photo-etch funnel detail parts made by Pontos Model, KA Models, etc. is available separately (click here).
Set includes 4 funnels.
Recommended for Trumpeter 1/200 scale RMS Titanic. Can also be used with:
- Fly Model 1/200 scale RMS Titanic
- Maly Modelart 1/200 scale RMS Titanic
- Mantua 1/200 scale RMS Titanic
- Schreiber-Bogen 1/200 scale RMS Titanic
- Szkutnik 1/200 scale HMHS Britannic
- Szkutnik 1/200 scale HMT Olympic
- Szkutnik 1/200 scale RMS Titanic
- Tehnoart Models 1/200 scale RMS Titanic
These accurately shaped and highly detailed models represent the four funnels of Olympic class White Star liner RMS Titanic. They are not suitable for models of sistership RMS Olympic. Olympic's 3rd funnel had a different pipe configuration.
The funnels are scaled from scans of Harland and Wolff builder's plans.
- Seamless smoke pipe uptakes.
- Accurate, extensive rivet detail, properly sized, numbered and located, with 15 vertical rows of rivets. The Trumpeter kit's funnels' rivet detail is overly simplified with only 12 vertical rows, too few horzonatal rows, and far too few rivets overall.
- Accurate funnel "stay eyes", also called "shroud brackets", properly shaped and located. The "stays" are a set of 12 cables, also called "shrouds", attached to each funnels' exterior. The stays extend outward and downward from each funnel to the deck to stabilize and strengthen them. The stays attach to "eyes" which are brackets bolted the funnel.
- Accurate position of reinforcing bands. For example, H&W drawings indicate that the upper black painted band on the actual funnel is 18'-6" tall, from the extreme top of the funnel to the bottom of the reinforcing band holding the stay eyes. In 1/200 scale, this measures to 28.346 mm. The bottom of the reinforcing band on the 3D-printed funnels' is designed to match this measurement, being precisely 28.346 mm below the top of the funnel. The Trumpeter kit's reinforcing band is positioned noticeably too low, making the black band too tall.
- Each funnel's height matches the height of corresponding 1/200 scale Trumpeter kit's funnels, except that the Trumpeter kit's instructions have the funnels in the wrong order.
- Funnel #1 height: front 91.95 mm, rear 86.89 mm
- Funnel #2 height: front 95.83 mm, rear 90.50 mm
- Funnel #3 height: same as Funnel #2
- Funnel #4 height: front 93.84 mm, rear 88.88 mm
- Accurately sized and configured exterior vertical water and steam pipe sections, integrated with the funnels in their proper location:
- large boiler steam escape pipes, 17" scale diameter forward pipe, 15" scale diameter aft pipe
- whistle steam supply pipe with accurately bent base
- integrated steam loops
- integrated single-pipe P-shaped tank air vent/overflows
- integrated double-pipe P-shaped tank air vent/overflows
- horizontal pipe sections omitted, please use your kit parts or other rods or tubes
- Accurately shaped triple whistles scaled from photos of a recovered set from the wreck.
- Two rows of painters sheaves per Harland & Wolff drawings.
- Accurate funnel cap interior with structural girders and braces.
Additional information for Titanic modelers is available from noted Titanic researcher Bob Read.
- Click here for Mr. Read's drawings and for more information regarding Titanic funnels' exterior water and steam piping.
- Click here for more information about Titanic's funnels' exterior details.
- Click here for general information about Titanic and sisterships Olympic and Britannic.
- Click here for a Titanic color guide.
Removal or adjustment of the raised funnel locator areas of the Trumpeter kit's deckhouse roofs is required for best fit. These scale model funnels are not 3D-printed copies of any plastic, resin, wood or paper card model kit’s parts. These funnels may not be the same size and shape of your plastic, resin, wood or paper card model kit’s parts.
Notice: this set of models is intended for very advanced modelers. Supporting sprue removal, especially from each funnel's cap's internal braces, is difficult. A very sharp cutting instrument, care and patience are recommended when removing the sprues and during handling.
Tips for removing interior supporting sprues: There are several interior sprues that are difficult to remove. Funnels 1, 2 and 3 have two layers of horizontal braces and girders within the funnel cap. (Most plastic kits only have the three braces of the top layer). Interior funnel cap horizontal braces and girders are supported by vertical sprues. Vertical sprues should be removed by the modeler. Funnel 4 has a simpler interior arrangement of horizontal plates.
- From the top of Funnels 1-3, carefully clip the sprue contact points from the 3 uppermost horizontal braces.
- Cut away and discard the printing raft from the bottom of each funnel. Leave the interior sprues connected at their tops to the braces and girders within the funnel cap.
- From the bottom of all four funnels, carefully, gently and slowly twist the interior vertical sprues to break them away from the lower level of horizontal braces and girders. The contact points of those sprues are very small and weak. With care, the vertical sprues will break away without damaging the horizontal braces and girders.
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