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OO/HO Platfrom Kisok's and Huts

by calvinstreeting Feb 26, 2019
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Thank you for the great model!. My father build models in HO scale so lets see if I can make him a great kiosk.

Thank you for updating to a higher resolution. :) I'm going to be up all night printing.
Just downloaded the updated files, i'll post an update later.


3d resin printer <-- i have crap chiness bodge job FDM ... would love a resin one.. are you going to assemble then print (if so the corner parts have built in support on top near roof, that is cut out after for assembly.. :)

what would you say is your highest resolution STL model? I will give that one a go if you want and post up the results - -i think you might be very surprised at the quality of the resin prints!

I'll need to review the STL files, since the support system on resin printers is a little different than FDM, and usually gives better results if printed a few degrees off horizontal (which allows the resin to reflow under the part with z movements). I hadn't realised that you have support structures built into the model STL. Anyway i can get an STL without them?

I have a TEVO BW FDM, which is good enough for general stuff, but I've given up doing fiddly stuff with it. O gauge might be ok, but OO is not possible for detail parts like this one. My last attempt was a bunch of cows - not a good result!

what would you say is your highest resolution STL model <-- i draw to the limits of my printer, so they are all about the same.. :) 0.1mm layer and no less that 0.5 in x or y ... but thanks for offer.

Mine is OO scale.. :) but as i said i draw to match it.. kind of like working in 8 bit lol

but also find assembled shells and interiors :)

I admire your 3D skills, and I hope to do this model justice with my 3d resin printer (Photon). I'll upload my results for you to see!