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SP G-100-19 as delivered HO Scale 3d printed

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SP G-100-19 as delivered HO Scale 3d printed
SP G-100-19 as delivered HO Scale 3d printed

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SP G-100-19 as delivered HO Scale

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These unique gondolas were built by FMC in the 1960s and 1970s to transport Copper Concentrate between the Quary and Crushers in eastern Arizona.

The model represents SP class G-100-19 as it was delivered by FMC..

The ladder rails are spaced to accept Tichy ladder rungs, pilot holes are provided to accept Tichy18in grab irons.
The platforms above the operating mechanism / next to the load compartment should be tread plated, which is beyond the capabilities of th

These unique gondolas were built by FMC in the 1960s and 1970s to transport Copper Concentrate between the Quary and Crushers in eastern Arizona.

The model represents SP class G-100-19 as it appears later in its career and incorporates several modifiactions made to improve the servicability of the car after years of punishment.

The ladder rails are spaced to accept Tichy ladder rungs, pilot holes are provided to accept Tichy18in grab irons.
The platforms above the operating mechanism / next to the load compartment should be tread plated, which is beyond the capabilities of the 3D printer, so we recommend applying Archer Resin Treadplate  AR88043

 

Truck bolster are hollow and provide a place to add weight such as lead shot. The bolster accepts standard 2-56 hexagon nutsand 2-56 machine screws for truck attachment. We recommend Athearn Genesis 100ton ASF trucks.

I have created a tool to assist with the bending of the side air line and another tool to help build the brake lines in the B end including positioning the Res cylnder. This tool is availble in my store

e 3D printer, so we recommend applying Archer Resin Treadplate  AR88043

 

Truck bolster are hollow and provide a place to add weight such as lead shot. The bolster accepts standard 2-56 hexagon nutsand 2-56 machine screws for truck attachment. We recommend Athearn Genesis 100ton ASF trucks.

I have created a tool to assist with the bending of the side air line and another tool to help build the brake lines in the B end including positioning the Res cylnder. This tool is availble in my store

What's in the Box
INCM
SP G-100-19 as delivered HO Scale
Frosted Extreme Detail
Width
14.8 cm
Height
4.4 cm
Depth
3.7 cm

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