This is my most ambitious print job ever. It takes up almost my whole build platform and will take an estimated 20 hours to complete. It is the front end of my coach 64 with windows and door casment as well as bead board and trim. I've already had to abort this print job three times. Once the machine stopped printing and I discovered that the ribbon cable to the extruder head had popped off. The next time I discovered the extruder got impacted when the job shut down. The last time, I started the project only to discover that the bed needed leveling. Luckily the last two times I aborted I only lost a total of 3 hours. I started the project early this morning and it seems to be moving along much better than the previous three attempts. While I wait for the front wall to print, I work on the air brakes. I have another pair of 1:20.32 scale brakes, but this is a 7/8ths scale project so I decided to build a 3D model of the brakes in 7/8ths scale. Not bad for some sketchy dimensions and blurry photos being the only resources I have at my disposal. I also printed out all the windows and window casements for the lower part of the coach along with 3 out of 8 siding panels. I'm getting closer to assembly.