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    SVGRS Clinics & Workshops
    Six hourss of how to dos on subjects of interest to large scale (and other) modedl railroaders: power and sound, coupler conversions, bridge building, live steam, simple repairs, building mountains, laying track, 3D printing, and more
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    3d printing, it's not just for models any more
    3d printing, it's not just for models any more.
    "A new European project is looking at using carbon fibres and 3D printing techniques to design lighter, more reliable and quieter trains. Professor Simon Iwnicki, director of the Institute of Railway Researc...  more
    Grandt Line Products Shuttering
    Expect the rise and rise of cottage industries.
    3d printing is expanding and the ease of use and cost of doing, is reducing all the time.
    The top end of the market is buoyant and going along just nicely.
    Especially Live Steam.
    GLX SCALE MODELS - 3d printing
    Its great the Gilbert is providing us with the parts that we need for our hobby. And he did a really good job on all of the parts that I have ordered from him.
    GLX SCALE MODELS - 3d printing
    Gilbert at GLX, now has brake wheels...if you have a particular style/type you want...send Gilbert a sample and he may be able to produce them for you.
      I have seen two styles similar to the Old Aristo ones...
      Fred Mills
    USAT F3 build
    Dave Stubbs said:
    Hi Eric, have you ever thought about 3d printing a speaker enclosure for the frs 7 that would mount to the tank with the 3 screw. I think the speaker would sound much better and have far less flutter.  
    It's a little too tall. ...  more
    USAT F3 build
    Hi Eric, have you ever thought about 3d printing a speaker enclosure for the frs 7 that would mount to the tank with the 3 screw. I think the speaker would sound much better and have far less flutter.  
    Hale & Norcross
    I agree, Forrest. For me at least, your impression is spot on. If not for 3D printing, I don't know whether I'd have tackled some of these details. Ditto for 2d cutting. Or, at least I'd have punted to a much later day, when I might have better manual ski...  more
    Hale & Norcross
    3D printing has added much to the hobby.
    Is it a correct impression that hobbyists in general are always on the lookout for new tech with which to add capabilities to their hobbies?
    1:25 Cathedral
    I just spoke with the man, and regarding rhe cathedral,  38 people spent 14 months creating it. No castings or 3d printing, all carved by hand from large polyurethane block. Windows are printed photos of the real thing, behind glass. 
     And ...  more