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SER/SECR 2-plank ballast wagon


TurboSnail

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I've recently finished testing a kit of the SER ballast wagon (D1741/2), which lasted up to the 1930s in some areas. I can make a set of prints available for £9 + P&P, it just needs wheels, bearings and coupling hooks to complete. Drop me a message if interested!

 

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  • RMweb Gold

Lovely little wagon. I assume it's OO?

 

Looks like there's a slight curve to the body. Can that be rectified easily do you think, e.g. hot water and pressure?

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12 minutes ago, Mikkel said:

Looks like there's a slight curve to the body. Can that be rectified easily do you think, e.g. hot water and pressure?

 

Not really, this resin is not thermoplastic. It's something I've seen on quite a few prints, though not really visable from normal viewing distances. Though oddly, I've just put a straight edge up against the red wagon and it's fine, so clearly my camera is playing tricks in this instance!

 

('tis indeed OO)

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  • RMweb Gold

Many thanks. I consider you 3D modellers* to be pioneers and appreciate the challenges, so was just wondering. Even better if it's just the camera.

 

* I meant printers :)

 

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