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Middle Docks; Load-In 3d printed

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White Natural Versatile Plastic
Middle Docks; Load-In 3d printed Notice the Apron/Ramp and the short concrete walls protecting the pit
Middle Docks; Load-In 3d printed Notice the Apron/Ramp and the short concrete walls protecting the pit

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Middle Docks; Load-In 3d printed
Middle Docks; Load-In 3d printed

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Middle Docks; Load-In

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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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Product Description
This model features:
  • Two (2) Depressed Truck Dock Door openings w/built in Dock Door Surrounds ("Load-In" Version), Dock Bumpers, and Dock Leveler
This dock wall should be used as an intermediate dock wall only, you must add either another intermediate dock or a right and left end dock wall to make this a complete dock when combining with any other walls. You will also need to have a sloped Apron/Ramp constructed which will require you to cut a hole in your layout base. It will also need a concrete wall to protect the pit once constructed. Refer to the attached picture as an example of what you will need to do to finish this wall. If you would like to purchase one of these depressed dock wall models with the Apron already constructed, please see my store category marked "Concrete Tilt Style Depressed Dock Walls w/Apron". All walls listed in that category are compatible with walls listed in this category.

The Walls are only 1mm in order to keep costs down. Each wall has a pre-molded base that can be used to glue to your layout base. Base measures 10mm wide and are 1mm thick. I have added additional supports that run vertically and horizontally along the backside of the walls where the expansion joints are molded/recessed to help keep the models from warping or bending. On both sides of the wall are half expansion joints so when another wall is joined in parallel, the expansion joint will be the same as the others. The topmost back support should be used as the brace/guide for a roof to be glued in place. Extra Roof Support may be required depending on how large of warehouse you choose to create! I would suggest using a thin piece of styrene as an added support when butting two wall sections and joining them to each other.

See my other HO Scale Warehouse Wall Sections to create your own "tilt-up" style Concrete Warehouse. Create a background structure or build a full size custom warehouse to fit your available space! 
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What's in the box:
Depressed Loading Docks; Load-In
Dimensions:
11 x 10.2 x 1.4 cm
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4.33 x 4.02 x 0.55 inches
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