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i have added a picture of one of my proto types made out of foamboard.
a turning disc for your duplo trains
or roundtable / roundhouse
my 1st try ever
i'm still very new to al this and comments are verry welcome
and if you want to make i deriative i would be pleased
note that these are all sollids (it probably would make more sence to make the parts hollow)
and i would like to ad holes on the bottom so duplo bloks fit underneath.
and some duplo studs on top to connect duplo there
alsow i want to make "pits" and "hills"
that would give a *auto allign" to the six positions the turning disc has
idealy i would like to see shomething with gears and a turning knob.
for now i added a pin you can push for easier turning
i hope you LIKE it, and please let me know what you think
before i forget its HUGE!,
the finished version wouldbe a cut up version, that you can put together after printing
why its so big? its 2 duplo tracks long so it will fit nicely in your duplo track design.
the long track part is just there because i used it as a tool to create the round table
This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://tinkercad.com/things/gSY3zLEv0zF
read the description this is not ready for printing
and if you want to build a roundtable now look at my youtube channel for some ideas for one using existing duplo parts
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