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The Titan is a Krupp truck model that was built in Nuremberg from 1950 to 1951 and in Essen from 1951 to 1954. The Titan is a two-axle truck with a riveted ladder frame and front and rear rigid axles. The rear axle has dual tires while the front axle has single tires. Both axles are sprung with two semi-elliptical longitudinal leaf springs. The wheels are cast steel spoked wheels with 8.5-22 or 8.5-24 Trilex rims. The tires are 12-22 or 12-24. The foot brake is an air brake from WABCO (Westinghouse), which acts on all four wheels with internal shoe drum brakes. The handbrake for the rear axle is operated with two levers. The steering is a worm gear with a steering column on the left. Power is transmitted from the engine to the gearbox via a Fichtel & Sachs LA2/50 HG two-disc dry clutch. The gearbox is a ZF AK 6-75S mechanical six-speed ball shift gearbox, which is structurally separate from the engine. From the transmission, the drive power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a two-piece drive shaft and a hypoid final drive and a bevel gear differential. This model represents a log transporter that is equipped with a trailer. (Q:Wikipedia)
The highly detailed, unpainted model was produced using the 3D printing process and can be processed and painted with standard tools and paints (e.g. with Revell Email or Revell Aqua Color).