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3D printed railway models, part III: The final model

Written by David

December 30, 2019

In the first article , we’ve shown you several cool gadgets that make the creation of landscape a lot easier: We’ve used Original Prusa i3 MK3S 3D printers to create basic landscape parts, we’ve printed the body of the electrostatic grass applicator and also a simple tool for applying the track ballast. In the second article , we’ve presented the abilities of our Original Prusa SL1 3D printer by printing trains, people and other objects with amazing details. Now, we’ve decided that it is the right time to combine the qualities of both of our printers and create the ultimate project: let’s print a complete landscape (size H0 – 1:87) with working trains and many other details. Our goal is to show you that most of the models and parts for model railways (and miniatures in general) can be created easy and cheap when you employ 3D printing. Building […]

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