House with carport N-scale and H0-scale

by Depronized Nov 12, 2018
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Could you assemble this and upload it as a complete layout, separated from the roof?

Its a beautiful model and I sincerely appreciate the work you put in to it.

That's a good idea! I'll try to do that as soon as I have time. Is it the bigger or the smaller one you are interested in?

Thanks for a great design.
I printed the H0 version and my initial assembly shows that the garage floorplate is wrong. it is the same STL as for the N-scale.
Also, the side roof parts dont mesh tightly with the big roof, but that is perhaps to give some space for rain drains.
Will take some sanding to make all the windows fit in the holes, but it was a great print to work with. Will post pictures when done.
Thanks for the design..

Hi! thanks for pointing that out! I will fix the garage floorplate (I haven't printed the floor plates myself). Regarding the roof pieces, if you mean the gap between the tiles? that is intentional as it looks like that on the full scale, but it also serves as a clearence to make sure the tiles don't collide when gluing the parts together. Yes it is for sure a tough print and in this case I've left very little clearence in the original model so that it would not be screwed up when scaled up. Yes please post some pictures, that's always very nice to see! :)

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Perfect work man!
Can you change scale to 1:45 or 1:32 please?
I am doing train models and i would like to build your house.

Hi, It's drawn with N and H0 scale in mind, and scaling it up to 1:45 or 1:32 would mean the walls get really thick and some of the parts gets too big for most printers. This is why I will not publish it in larger scales. However, you can easily change the scale in the slicer software. Both Cura and Slic3r has simple features for this. But if you scale it up larger than your print bed, you need to divide the parts and you can do that in Mesh Mixer.

Really Nice
looks like alot of work
Thank-you for sharing

Thanks! yea took a while to place all the tiles on the roof, but other than that I had good 3-views to work with so it wasn't that time consuming. :)