HO 1/87 Dry Bulk Trailer 01 (bigger tank)

HO 1/87 Dry Bulk Trailer 01 (bigger tank) 3d printed Miniatures Vehicles White Strong & Flexible
White Strong & Flexible
HO 1/87 Dry Bulk Trailer 01 (bigger tank) 3d printed Miniatures Vehicles White Strong & Flexible
HO 1/87 Dry Bulk Trailer 01 (bigger tank) 3d printed Miniatures Vehicles White Strong & Flexible
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I'm afraid Shapeways have recently increased their prices on WSF models. Recent communications with customers suggest the White-Strong-Flexible material is more than suitable, but does need a primer-filler (Auto-shop, 'Duplicolour') paint to smooth out the 'powdery' finish. Similar to my '01' model, but with a larger diameter tank to match the bigger/modern prototypes more accurately. Please see the image of new (left) and old (right) trailer CAD models side by side for comparison. Wheel have now been 'fixed' to prevent manufacture problems. My thanks to Prof. Bill Guegold for pictures of his trailers. I look forward to seeing them all painted.

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IN: 5.63 w x 1.201 d x 1.724 h
CM: 14.3 w x 3.05 d x 4.38 h
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@train_guy . Thanks for your comments. I believe these trailers have been around even earlier than the 1970's. I've produced a Freuhauf design from a 1960's sales leaflet (take a look at the photos). My conveyer loader/unloader (transloader) should compliment any layout where a modeler wants a simple transloader siding.
June 21, 2014, 6:57 am
Thanks for the info,and thanks for making these products avaliable to us Modellers...we really appreciate it.BTW I mentioned your products on a couple of Modell train forums and included a link to you website.I can't even begin to tell you how often i hear of moddellers loking for trailers like these,and the fact that these trailers have been around since the 70's and there has been no American manufacturers who has produced them in USA design.These will look sweet on my modern transloading facility.I will be adding Boley wheels and tires for my trailers,since they have more of a prototypical look to them.
June 21, 2014, 12:44 am
@train_guy Not sure, but either way, it would be a simple job to either open up the hole in the Tractors fifth wheel using a drill bit in a pin-vice or carefully remove the 'cam' on the trailers pin. If this is not enough, either file the pin diameter smaller or remove and replace it with a new pin (styrene or brass rod).
June 20, 2014, 8:13 am
Will the "pivot pin" fit on Boley 1/87 single axle tractors?
June 20, 2014, 3:28 am
@trainman1 Many thanks for sharing the picture of my trailers on your layout. They do look pretty cool. I am in conversation with a graphic designer who is planning to create a decal sheet for my models. This may not happen for a while, but please check back with me in a few weeks. Have you seen my latest trailer releases? Shorty/pups with dolly, a 1000 & 1625 Superflo.
June 22, 2013, 9:51 pm
I have painted them and still need to find company signage and then weather them. Very nice detail on them both.
June 22, 2013, 9:13 pm
 
  • White Strong & Flexible

    White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

    $35.90
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