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Toronto - Beaches Landmark - Fire Station 227

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Toronto - Beaches Landmark - Fire Station 227 by atiemann Sep 15, 2012

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Part of a series of popular buildings in Toronto's Beaches area. I designed this in sketchup from photos of Fire Station 227 located at Queen st. and Woodbine.

http://travelandtransitions.com/interviews/fire_station_227.htm

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I printed this without any supports a few times and ran into no real difficulty. The that extends outward on the clock tower tended to warp up a bit up using PLA. Supports should fix that issue. Printed on a Makerbot Replicator.

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Amazing,

As a bit of a historian on this fire hall I would love it if you would contact me.

Larry

Beautiful! Really does the original justice. I'd love to paint one of these up.

Thanks! If you live in the area, send me a message and I'd be happy to give you one I have lying around. I'd be interested in seeing what it would look like painted. (p.s. The Leuty Life Guard Tower and Original Lick's is still to come!)

Alas, I'm not in Toronto (Washington State, actually), but I do happen to have my own bot. Once my queue clears up, I'd like to print one and give it a go. I'll post a derivative once its done!

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