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Model train sleepers (1:32, OpenRailway)

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Model train sleepers (1:32, OpenRailway) by barspin Dec 20, 2012

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Summary

Sleepers and "snap-on" holders for 1:32 garden railway train tracks. I designed them as a pair for more stability.

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Print, assemble and as always, have fun! =)

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it looks like you have quite some backlash/slop in your printer: the top infill is barely touching the sides. Or did you print it like that for a wood effect?

No your right, it was unintentionally, that picture is way old and that print is done in the early days of Jetty Software tuning... ;-)

What did you do to solve the problem? I'm curious, because I'm also tuning jetty on my Replicator.

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