The light artillery rocket system (LARS for short) was a multiple rocket launcher from the German manufacturer Wegmann & Co. The weapon system was used in the rocket artillery of the German Army from 1969 to the beginning of the 1990s. LARS consisted of two tube packages, each with 18 drawn tubes with a caliber of 110 mm. The weapon system was mounted on a three-axle truck chassis from the company Magirus-Deutz 178 D 15 A (LARS 1), with the driver's cab being lightly armored against gunfire. Each rocket launcher could fire 36 spin-stabilized rockets within 18 seconds. In use, four LARS rocket launchers, i.e. a train of launchers, would have been fired. This made it possible to create mine barriers 1500 m wide and 500 m deep at a distance of up to 14 km. Other targets were fought with fragmentation ammunition. In addition, smoke ammunition was available. (Source Wikipedia)
The highly detailed, unpainted model was produced using the 3D printing process and can be processed and painted with commercially available tools and colors (e.g. with Revell Email or Revell Aqua Color).
Our accessories are manufactured on one of the most modern stereolithography (SLA) printers. Here, a light-curing plastic (resin) is cured by a laser in thin layers (standard layer thickness in the range 0.05-0.025 mm) and a very detailed model is created.
After the uncured resin has drained off, the model is removed from the platform, washed and fully cured in a cabinet under UV light. The accessories can be processed and painted with standard tools and colors.