Model Monkey releases a new list of products added to their ever growing catalog of 3D printed parts!
Model Monkey is very happy to announce parts to convert your USS Arizona BB-39 kits to sistership USS Pennsylvania BB-38 as she appeared in 1945 are ready in scales 1/700 through 1/200!
With the release of images and video from Paul Allen's successful expedition to locate USS Lexington CV-2, Model Monkey has updated products to reflect features confirmed by these images.
Model Monkey has released a list for March of NEW items added to their catalog!
Model Monkey is proud to present a list of NEW items added to their growing catalog!
As we head into the holidays, here's a list of new Model Monkey products!
A New 3D-printed designs from Model Monkey and a Special offer from Shapeways for Cyber Monday!
Model Monkey is happy to announce new products for US Navy warships that were released for October:
Model Monkey is happy to announce a huge list of New Products to their growing catalog!
Model Monkey announces the release of Vietnam War-era Essex class aircraft carrier island in multiple scales!
Calling all Vietnam War-era Forrestal class fans! Model Monkey is very happy to announce a Vietnam War-era island is now available for USS Saratoga CV-60 in four popular scales. The island captures features of the ship as it appeared from 1970-1975.
Some good news for Forrestal class carrier fans: accurate islands are now in design. Model Monkey is happy to announce islands for the Forrestal class aircraft carrier USS Saratoga CV-60
Model Monkey is happy to announce new 3D-printed products for US Navy and Deutsche Kriegsmarine warships
Model Monkey is happy to announce new products for US Navy warships.
Model Monkey is happy to announce several new 3D-printed products for World War Two-era US Navy and Deutsche Kriegsmarine warship fans.
Model Monkey releases a new list of multi-scale upgrades for US Navy and Deutsche Kriegsmarine Battleships
Model Monkey just released accurate forward and aft fighting tops in multi-scales for the USS Arizona.
Model Monkey is pleased to announce a 3D-printed set of two US Navy 5-inch, 38-caliber Mk.30 single-gun mounts (turrets) with steel shield and canvas top is now available.
Model Monkey announces a lit of new, 3D-printed Deutsche Kriegsmarine and US Navy products!
December 7th of this year will mark the 75th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. On that day the battleship USS Arizona was lost with 1,177 of her 1,512 crew -more than half of all the lives lost in that attack. If you have or plan to get one of the several USS Arizona kits that are available on the market, here, for your consideration as a companion piece, is a kit of the Arizona's memorial at Pearl Harbor.
An accurate and highly detailed funnel for USS Lexington CV-2 as the she appeared from 1936 to 1940 is now available in 1/700 and 1/350 scales
The Type 271 RADAR set was a surface search radar set and was the first microwave radar set and was mounted on hundreds of Royal Navy ships. Model Monkey now produces a set of this set and its upgraded Type 273 version, available in several scales.
Model Monkey has recently released two sets of anchors that come in several scales. They are 4000lb anchors for destroyers and 30000lb anchors for battleships.
Model Monkey has printed up some new items for old kits. In particular, the venerable Revell/Monogram 1/535 kit of the Iowa class battleship.
New designs for USS Arizona and USS Pennsylvania BB-38 enthusiasts. In addition to superstructures completed previously, 3D-printed, highly accurate funnels for each ship as they appeared at Pearl Harbor is now available in 1/700, 1/426, 1/350, 1/192, and 1/200 scales.
If you have a the "Lady Lex" or "Sister Sara" in either 1/700 or 1/350 you now have an option for bridge tower styles. Model Monkey makes bridge styles for these American WWII carriers as they appeared in 1936, 1942, 1943 and 1944.
New, from Model Monkey, a 3D Printing designer selling his designs through a Shapeways store, a set of Mk 56 Gun Fire Control System (GFCS) Directors.