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    SVGRS Clinics & Workshops
    Six hourss of how to dos on subjects of interest to large scale (and other) modedl railroaders: power and sound, coupler conversions, bridge building, live steam, simple repairs, building mountains, laying track, 3D printing, and more
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    Experiments in 3d printing
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48603626897_dbc6ee4edc_b.jpgUntitled by Dennis Rayon, on Flickr
    Having fun doing doors and windows
    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48603494416_db46be7442_b.jpgUntitled by Dennis Rayon, on Flickr
    And many many other ...  more
    Barry's Big Trains Replacement ?
    With respect to NWSL, I was referring specifically to within this thread where I hadn't seen it mentioned. Sorry not to be more specific.
     
    I wasn't thinking about 3D printing the loco frame (though one could design a motor block kind of arrangement ...  more
    Experiments in 3d printing
    Bob, sorry for my tangents... 
    Experiments in 3d printing
    Al Pomeroy said:
    Cliff,
     
    got your file and it looks great, thanks. not sure how to separate the parts in an STL file. I opened in solid works and all I see is one part that I cannot work with....  more
    Experiments in 3d printing
    Al,
    If you need to just separate parts, you may just want to take a look at Tinkercad.  It's very cool for being "free".
    Experiments in 3d printing
    Cliff,
     
    got your file and it looks great, thanks. not sure how to separate the parts in an STL file. I opened in solid works and all I see is one part that I cannot work with.
     ...  more
    Experiments in 3d printing
    Hi Al, here's the link to the file:
    https://www.largescalecentral.com/filesharing/file/view/13458/cjennings-h-n-ore-chute-stl
     
    This is an assembly with all parts needed, including the brass rods and a bit of thread+brass rings to lift the main chute...  more
    Experiments in 3d printing
    Cliff,
     
    I guess I missed where you did the ore chutes and made the STL files available. I have a spot where I could use two and will print them on a form 2. I find the quantity of triangles generated will have an impact on quality separate from...  more