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  1. Hi, Inspired by some of the great modelling work on here, I've decided to knock together some wagons in N Scale, starting with a KTA Pocket Wagon. At the moment, this is just a design and I'm waiting for the test print to arrive from shapeways. Here are some pics: As I've dabbled before with some 3D Prints, I've added some strenghtening bars to the wagon pocket that will hopefully keep everything square and in place while the FUD cures. As for bogies, I'm intending to 3D print them as well from BSF along with a NEM Pocket for couplings. I believe this is also quite similar to a KQA, the major diference being a rounded step down to the bottom of the wagon rather than a 45deg angle. But then I've seen KTA's with both rounded and angled steps, so I'm sketchy on this. Feel free to comment. Cheers, Mark.
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