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3D Printing - Making a master for HO moulding
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Tony M
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HI Bob, gee isn't amazing I wish I knew this earlier when I called him after new year , I should of asked Ross if he knew you, yeah you are spot on he won big awards on his Sydney Central layout, I wont get my version looking anything like his have to cut out ten front windows will still make a stunning model indeed in HO scale.
HO scale you need 8feet plus for the front of the station my verso is half that, going to be a lot of work on matching up the front arches road level and tram stop.
I managed to nail do track on the first station module on Wednesday afternoon, now I have to soled in the feeder wires to the track, today, two more module to go.
Tony

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