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TinkerCAD 3D Snowman for 3D printing G-Scale model railway

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

This is a model that I’ve made using TinkerCAD. A snowman designed for 3D printing on a home 3D printer. It’s been created to approximate G-Scale (1:22.5) for outdoor model railways. It’s also hollow so that you can insert an LED inside and have it light-up (assuming it’s printed with a light coloured PLA) so […]

The rules for building a model railway

Sunday, November 25th, 2018

There are many different misconceptions about creating model railways and the people that are involved. I’d therefore like to start by dispelling some of these myths and explaining what I think that model railways is about. The 3 Golden Rules of Model Railways Many people have come up with different rules for model railways, here’s […]


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