He sent me pictures of the gauges from his playmobil 4054 steaming mary. I edited one into this to make it more printable:Interesting so what is a Xavier's 4054 as I could do with some gauges like wot you ave printed.
Print this image to be 3 inches wide and 1 inch tall for the gauges to be the original size.
I put a clear self-adhesive sound reducing cabinet door silencer as the lens for one(it happened to be the correct size):
And I used the bogie pivot bump from an eztec gondola as the gauge wall for the other with thin clear plastic as it's lens. I put spacers inside to bring the detail closer to the lens without the image touching the lens, for the appearance of proper depth. I had to cut the bogie pivot bumps off of the eztec gondolas to fit the eztec gondolas onto playmobil frames. So they were left over scrap I didn't have the heart to throw away. It's notable that those eztec bogie pivot bumps are the exact same diameter as the round playmobil footholds molded into playmobil pirate ship decks, so you might be able to use one of those in it's place, and you can use an eztec bogie pivot bump as a foothold for playmobil figures.
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