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G gauge Nohab test runs in progress :) With Mini-me included! :D
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I recently posted a part on Thingiverse to extend the PRR F22 flatcar P previously posted. THis extendion make the flat cat similar to the PRR FM flat car.

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Recent project, Bhv type hungarian passenger coach, for the M41 diesel engine.
Walls are laser cut, bogies, accessories, roof are 3D printed.
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Scale 1:26, 45mm gauge Nohab-EMD locomotive under progress.
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Still a work in progress but I'm ready to share . Here's a 1:29 tank car I've worked up. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3239142
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I’ve designed and printed, amongst others, German goods wagons: Deutsch Bundesbahn Gms54/Gls205.
Please, feel free to download, build, share, comment, modify, extend, etc., etc...

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3086864
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3100732
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3178764
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2912825
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2856637

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I'm about to order a first 3D printer ( a Prusa Clone ) but have no experience of programming or CAD.

The first project I would like to undertake is a set of high back seats for three Great Western Non-Corridor coaches. There will need to be 50 pairs of back to back seats, with a bulkhead between the seat backs. The width of each bank of seats will be approximately 80mm and the height of the carriage, floor to centre of roof is also 80mm. I've found a useful picture showing the shape of the seats. I guess even the luggage rack and picture frames could be included in the design, although being behind the glazing it does not necessarily need to be too detailed.

Would anyone help get me get going by assisting me in designing them ?
I haven't yet considered what software to use so would be happy to work with whatever you normally use. Many Thanks
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Hello all. I have a Gauge 1 Garden Railway and are looking to buy a 3D printer. I can see so many opportunities to create parts for the railway that it will be had to know where to start.

I've been looking at the choice of printers and have come to an initial conclusion that a Prusa i3 might be a sensible choice. The question is, would you guys recommend buying a clone or the genuine Prusa version ? There is a big difference in price. By the way, we live in the UK.

Hi i'm new can anyone help me.

Has anyone created switches (turnouts) of different radii?
I'm looking to build a yard and industral sidings.
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