Peter McCombe


3D modeler, Designer, Artist, Maker, Artisan
I am an architect now bitten by the bug to create small things.

Old fashioned WC with wall cistern - WC with Wall Cistern-- OO Scale
Now also available in N Scale - Narrow Canopy Assembly N Scale
A column to place under beams - C3 Column
A narrower platform canopy printed as a single model. Canopy components can be bought individually to make an unlimited variety of canopies to suit your station - Narrow Canopy Assembly - OO Scale
Cheaper version of chimney stacks by printing on a sprue - Chimney Stack Type 4 x 12 - UK N Scale - V2
Chimney Stacks in Bulk
Wizmacnz commented on Footbridge N Scale by Wizmacnz
November 7, 2016
Footbridge N Scale
Wizmacnz Here is the new model. I hope this is what you meant.
Wizmacnz I'm working on a model to achieve what you were looking to do, but the Shapeways pricing mechanism has a lot of variables, so I won't really know until something can be uploaded. I'm guessing somewhere around twice as much.
Wizmacnz I'm not quite sure what you mean. Are we talking about 3 flights of steps to land on three separate platforms? One set of platforms on the left are two tracks apart and the platforms to the right only one track apart ?
Wizmacnz @davebrown2655 I can if you can give me some dimensions.
A new footbridge variation for a larger station.- Footbridge 3 N Scale
A modified version of the lattice footbridge in N Scale with a slightly wider span. Footbridge Type 2 - N Scale
Doors are being updated to allow printing at HO Scale - Door Type 5 HO Scale X 6
Check out this cool product! - Now in N and OO scale Entrance Portico N Scale
Classical Doric Columns for scratch builders. - Doric Columns 2500mm X 2 Scaled
Wizmacnz commented on Platform Signs 4mm Scale by Wizmacnz
March 1, 2015
Platform Signs 4mm Scale
Wizmacnz @Peterpetrum I'll have a look at adjusting the design and will let you know as soon as an alternative product is up on Shapeways.
Wizmacnz @Peterpetrum I agree it's ridiculous. With a minimum sprue size now of 2mm. I wondered if it was realistic to expect someone to cut these tiny things from a sprue., so I haven't really looked at how I could make it more reasonable. What about a deep one that you slice into sections with a razor saw? I could indent the edges to provide cutting guides.


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