1:22.5 & 15mm Scale Trams, , NG Steam Railways
- 10 Feb 2021
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Printing is complete on the ruined church. 9 print runs to get the 12 pieces finished. Print times between 8 & 20 hours. About 2.2Kgs of filament all in all. No failed prints and all fits together very well Loosely assembled for the photos, it will be built into larger sections prior to painting and mounted onto a piece of board for easy positioning around the garden. I'm quite please with how this one has come out.
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Have you looked at these:The whole thing definitely needs stripping right back to the beginning, I'll try the vinegar idea first, I'm not sure which forum I read this but others have had success so I'll give it go.
Apart from seeing if I can seperate the parts already fitted I should really put this in a box for another day and finish a few other wee projects first, either that or get a much bigger bench
Yes, I'm going for a post apocalyptic scene! It's so we can grow plants through the ruins and dot around a few zombies and fantasy figures.May one ask the back-story to this poor ruin? It is not like anything I've ever seen here in UK - it's more like something from a war-zone.
Peter Jones did the same thing with concrete buildings, he used Broccoli in his which he boasted that he could bore about growing for scenic uses, ok so not forever but does have its uses in food as well.Yes, I'm going for a post apocalyptic scene! It's so we can grow plants through the ruins and dot around a few zombies and fantasy figures.
I'm also creating a more traditional station in another area, so I'll a different photographic background.
I build the railway to entertain and provoke discussion, and a few zombies and artistic ruins will certainly assist with this!!
Wow lots of "stuff", but what does it doYet another adoption of an idea to control a Servo, this idea has been kicking around since the Year 2000, was always problematic to implement and control a Servo, change of mindset and collection of newer components, viola working, a direct replacement for the modified Servo Tester.
As set up on a Breadboard, next task will be to transfer the whole caboodle to a PCB.
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Once redesigned and the PCB layout organised will then replace the modified Servo Tester as in this configuration.
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