1:87 Tramway Loco no.5 Backer & Rueb

1:87 Tramway Loco no.5 Backer & Rueb 3d printed Model trains
1:87 Tramway Loco no.5 Backer & Rueb 3d printed Model trains
1:87 Tramway Loco no.5 Backer & Rueb 3d printed Model trains
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1:87 Tramway Loco no.5 Backer & Rueb 3d printed Model trains
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1:87 Tramway Loco no.5 Backer & Rueb 3d printed Model trains With the drive as can be ordered from www.tramworks.nl
1:87 Tramway Loco no.5 Backer & Rueb 3d printed Model trains With the drive as can be ordered from www.tramworks.nl
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1:87 Tramway Loco no.5 Backer & Rueb 3d printed Model trains
1:87 Tramway Loco no.5 Backer & Rueb 3d printed Model trains
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1:87 Tramway Loco no.5 Backer & Rueb 3d printed Model trains
1:87 Tramway Loco no.5 Backer & Rueb 3d printed Model trains
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About this Product

Model of a Dutch tramway locomotive (Type Sanders), built by Backer & Rueb in Breda, the Netherlands in 1888 and based on the prototype as it was running from 1903.

Ordering it here at Shapeways gives you the static 3D printed model. You can order the complete kit, including the brass number and name plates, as well as the smooth running drive to get it running for H0e/009 (9 mm), H0m/H0n3.5 12 mm or H0/OO (16,5 mm) through my website Svencentral.com

Note: if it says 'first to try' in the material status, I've only uploaded an updated version. This model has been printed successfully over 100 times.

Dimensions

IN: 2.031 w x 1.803 d x 1.847 h
CM: 5.158 w x 4.58 d x 4.692 h
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@Hauk Thanks! First 10 minutes in white spirit, then half an hour to an hour of using waterproof sandpaper grade 400. The whole process, including painting, takes about 6-8 hours. At www.tramworks.nl there is a Tips page with a complete how to.
August 19, 2014, 11:13 am
Very nice model! But how much surface prepping did you do on the painted model?
August 19, 2014, 10:59 am
@svenvanderhart No problem, thanks.
November 9, 2013, 11:47 pm
@SSGPB Impossible if the details should be kept. It would loose all the details inside, they can't be printed that thin with current technology. It would have a completely different look.
November 9, 2013, 9:46 pm
Could you scale this down to N Scale 1:160? I like the look, and would like to make one that is powered.
November 9, 2013, 9:44 pm
That would become very expensive in Frosted Ultra Detail. I don't see anybody want to buy it then.
May 27, 2013, 4:17 am
Any chance you could scale this up to Gn15? I really like it.
May 27, 2013, 1:02 am
 
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