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The Kits included everything needed to finish the home, from lumber to electrical fittings. Sears Homes can still be found in cities and towns across the United States. They stand in testament to their quality, and the people who assembled them.
Modern Home #3281
List Price (in 1933): $1,287 to $1,845
Modeled by Michael Curry based on original the listing from the Sears & Roebuck Modern Homes Catalog
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Sorry about the split comment ... I went to Makerware to get a photo. I also downloaded the file again. My issue is with the first floor. When I load it into Makerware it looks normal all around. When I Preview the export, the side with 4 windows and part of the rear is missing the bottom 1/4 or so -- just above the floor! I have tried this both in the original size and in the 40% size that I want. I have a screen capture of the preview if you would like to see what I saw. My machine is a recent Replicator 2X, and it printed both of the other houses without issue. Any suggestions?
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I love the houses and have printed both the Puritan and the Rodessa at 40% for N-scale (1:160)
I have a very strange problem with the Lorain.
I am trying to print this at 50%, evertything works fine, except that from the 4 pillars at least 2 will fall over during the end, when the pillars become quite tall. I tried different settings, eg. layer height, temperature (ABS, initially 240C, then tried it at as low as 220), still randomly two pillars will fall over. Any suggestions? :) Maybe I will try with lower speed, but then I am worried that the overhangs will become worse...
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