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BouncyMonkey

Vintage Railcar

by BouncyMonkey Sep 18, 2018
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Nice design!
To be able to run it on 45 mm LGB tracks, I have increased your model to 125%.
By doing this there's just about place to fit a small geared motor, battery, RC-receiver and ESC under the seat, in the engine compartment and in the luggage-crate.
It's currently being printed. The results will be shared soon.

Regards, Rob

Thanks Rob
I like the sounds of your mods. I'm looking forward to seeing the end result and hearing about how it went. There is something attractive about the LGB scale - maybe I should design for that gauge in future.
Cheers
Hamish

This is diesel punk as hell and I love it.

Thanks misterducky
"Diesel Punk" is a term I first encountered only a few months ago. It really caught my attention at the time and I was impressed with the downright functional look of it. Thanks for reminding me of the genre and including this design in it.

Very impressive!!!

Thanks Buzzz57. I'm glad you like it.

Hi
Thanks. I'm pleased you like it.

no PDF in download...

Hi boxcar63
You'll find it 3rd from the bottom of the list in the "Thing Files" (I say this hoping that the order of that list is the same for all viewers). It's the only one without a blue image. The gear icon beside it is not all that helpful.

If you can't find it there, I have just put the project up on my own website and you can find all the information you want there;
Techmonkeybusiness - 3D Printed Vintage Railcar

Thanks sthone.
It was a fun (and relatively quick project).

absolutely beautiful idea and perfectly done weathering - love it!
Will try and make it somedays....

Awe shucks! Thanks petercb.
A splash of paint and a bit of dry brushing makes all the difference. It was printed originally in bright red with beige wheels. It was pretty shocking.

Thanks chev383
I was pretty pleased how well it came together. It incorporated a few features to make assembly a bit easier. I haven't done that previously but will definitely continue to use those same methods in future models.