Bruder toys are great and incredibly strong. However, kids don't know word "mercy" and can destroy even a sledge hammer.
When one of tracks on a Bruder toy got broken ("father, I don't know how that happened!") I thought that it's a good idea to use 3D printer.
Design has been slightly modified from original part to adapt it for 3D printing, however, it's 100% compatible with the toy. You need to clean support from the track carefully to ensure that it moves smooth.
Files include 2 versions of the track - the one called "brudertrack(stronger)" has "O"-parts thicker which makes them stronger. Not sure if it will fit all models but suppose that it should be OK with majority of Bruder toys.
The ones on the photos above have been successfully printed with ABS @ 0.15 and 0.2 mm.
If you print one - please share a photo - I find it fantastic to see that people across the globe can use design someone did far away from them!