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    TP56 Shunter Kitbash
    Rooster said:
    Dan,
      I ain't 3d printing anything but I sure enjoyed the website! It's a neat loco that really caught my eye. I'm (assuming) you fixed the pivot on the USA motor block and would like to see the bottom of the unit and if not that's coo...  more
    TP56 Shunter Kitbash
    Dan,
      I ain't 3d printing anything but I sure enjoyed the website! It's a neat loco that really caught my eye. I'm (assuming) you fixed the pivot on the USA motor block and would like to see the bottom of the unit and if not that's cool. Nice work a...  more
    TP56 Shunter Kitbash
    Something I've been working on but haven't posted here.  On LSC back in October there was a post about 3d printing software that ended with a discussion about combining different construction methods with 3d printing.  Martin Sant mentioned the ...  more
    Experiments in 3d printing
    Bob McCown said:
    Flywheel painted.  needs a bit of weathering, but its just about done.
    how tall is that load on the car? it looks great. are you going to make the other half too? 
     
    Experiments in 3d printing
    Bob;
     
    My photos of the mine tram track were lost in the MLS photo storage fiasco.  Essentially, I just took HO code 100 flex track and an old Y turnout and removed two out of every three ties with a diagonal cutter.  Worked about as fast a...  more
    Experiments in 3d printing
    Pete Lassen said:
    Ken Brunt said:
    How well would that stuff hold up outdoors?
    Probably doesn't matter much, they could be reprinted in no time, for little cost, plus after proper painting they would be UV resistant too....  more
    Experiments in 3d printing
    Ken Brunt said:
    How well would that stuff hold up outdoors?
    Probably doesn't matter much, they could be reprinted in no time, for little cost, plus after proper painting they would be UV resistant too.
     
    Experiments in 3d printing
    How well would that stuff hold up outdoors?
     
    Experiments in 3d printing
    More experimenting in 3d printing.  This time, some 15" panel track for around the mines.
     
     
     
    Bulkheads and stakes for LGB flat pulpwood conversion
    I've shared the bulkhead and stake files for 3d printing my LGB pulpwood flat conversion on Thingiverse for anyone interested. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4349749