Hey there, AlohaMilton from YouTube N Scale community here, Xaxis is my old trying to be clever name, referencing axis of machine movement :P
Here is an N Scale layout storage tank for your layout industries. First version, please comment on what features and improvements you would like if you are an N scale modeler. I am happy to get some feedback and change it to be more like the model railroading community would prefer, different versions are pretty easy to do as well so please make suggestions.
It should print easily. Parts will need to be rotated and arranged, all are separate files so people can print as many or as few as they prefer at one time (depending on reliability and capability of machine). Print as many railings as you want, as well 4 frames to make a box frame or 2 for a more open look. Whatever you want since its your railroad ;o)
The top railing for the deck that prints flat will need to be gently bent into a semicircle. a tiny bit of heat might help, it depends on the filament you use.
Edit1: Link to release video
.4 nozzle is OK, .25 is better
your choice, I use 3% rectilinear
If your 3d printing for N scale you know what your doing, or soon will, its not like printing 1:1 we need that surface detail and surface quality that FDM is not the best at, still this will look OK in N scale, better than some kits and worse than others.
If your new, dont expect perfect prints the first time and blame whoever posted it, some of the print settings Thingiverse has fields for are totally up to the printer and independent of the 3d model and make no sense to even recommend. Filament color? The whole point is the user gets to choose before manufacturing. Same with brand, its just awkward I am not selling the printed model I am sharing the ability to print it.