Scale: 1/192 (1/16 inch = 1 foot)
Set includes 2 anchors with shanks.
- Bluejacket Shipcrafters 1/16 inch (1/192) scale Fletcher Class Destroyer
- Bluejacket Shipcrafters 1/192 scale USS Gearing DD-710 (WW II, circa 1945)
- Bluejacket Shipcrafters 1/192 scale USS Gearing DD-710 (FRAM I, circa 1961)
- Bluejacket Shipcrafters 1/16-inch scale (1/192 scale) USS Samuel B. Roberts DE-413, John C. Butler class destroyer escort
- Blue Ridge Models 1/192 scale USS Sims DD-409 (Sims class)
- Classic Warships 1/192 scale USS Sims DD-409 (Sims class)
- Tehnoart 1/192 scale USS De Haven DD-727 Sumner Class Destroyer (WWII)
- Tehnoart 1/192 scale Gearing class Destroyer (WWII)
- The Scale Shipyard 1/192 scale USS Fletcher DD-445
- The Scale Shipyard 1/192 scale USS Kidd DD-661
- The Scale Shipyard 1/192 scale USS Sumner DD-692
- The Scale Shipyard 1/192 scale USS Gearing DD-710
- Yankee Modelworks 1/192 scale USS Sims DD-409 (Sims class)
- and more!
This set of model anchors is patterned on the US Navy's standard 4,000 pound anchors used on destroyers, destroyer escorts, auxiliaries and other similarly sized vessels from the 1930s onward.
Assembly instructions: remove all parts from the sprue, insert the shank through the bottom of the anchor. Do not glue the shank to the anchor. Insert the retaining pin through the small hole at the bottom of the anchor and glue in place. The shank will swivel freely.
These parts are designed for a tight fit. While producing exceptional detail, acrylic plastic is brittle and breaks easily. Trim parts, if necessary, rather than force them into place.
These 3D-printed acrylic parts are designed to accurately represent features of the actual ship based on official Navy blueprints.
© Model Monkey Book and Hobby. This 3D-printed item may not be copied or recast.