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Wooden Train Track Support

by MobyDisk, published

Wooden Train Track Support by MobyDisk Nov 10, 2012

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Train track supports for Imaginarium, Thomas, and BRIO tracks. Build higher!

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10% infill is more than enough. The OpenSCAD file can be used to adjust the height, and the length and width of the support if necessary. I included 2 versions: one for single-height supports appropriate for standard bridges, and another for double-height supports for use with the Imaginarium City Central Train Station, or any other case where you want to go up another level.

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Wow, that takes Brio to a whole new level. Literally!

This is awesome! I really like the artistic things that one can create with 3D printing, but this is the first functional thing that I've done and I'm really excited about it! I agree with Aaron2012... I've looked everywhere for something that could replace the useless wooden blocks to hold up the wooden railway tracks. This design works perfectly! Thank you very much!

Are you kidding me! I looked everywhere a toy can hide for this single stupid track support holding up the show and on a whim thought I'd search Thingiverse. BAM! Less than a minute later I'm printing it! Thanks soooo much for both blowing my mind and for posting this here....

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