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N-scale Coker (RIGHT-hand version) 3d printed Coker (quench locomotive) in the brass version, still without its couplers. Shown with a quench car for reference.

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Coker (quench locomotive) in the brass version, still without its couplers. Shown with a quench car for reference.
N-scale Coker (RIGHT-hand version) 3d printed Coker (quench locomotive) in the brass version, still without its couplers. Shown with a quench car for reference.
N-scale Coker (RIGHT-hand version) 3d printed Coker (quench locomotive) in the brass version, still without its couplers. Shown with a quench car for reference.

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N-scale Coker (RIGHT-hand version) 3d printed Both sides of the Coker shown (only one shell is included in the print) and with a quench car for reference. The near locomotive is a brass shell and shows the free side of the locomotive. The rear locomotive and the quench car shows the oven side.
N-scale Coker (RIGHT-hand version) 3d printed Both sides of the Coker shown (only one shell is included in the print) and with a quench car for reference. The near locomotive is a brass shell and shows the free side of the locomotive. The rear locomotive and the quench car shows the oven side.

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N-scale Coker (RIGHT-hand version) 3d printed
N-scale Coker (RIGHT-hand version) 3d printed

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N-scale Coker (RIGHT-hand version)

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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
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Product Description
This is a bodyshell for a locomotive to match a quench car, for example the Ndustrial quench car. The model is available in the Frosted Ultra Detail material to be used as a static model (requires the modeler to add wheels to the bodyshell), or the model is available in brass to be operational and powered by Searails' PowerMAX! power truck.

There are two versions available, depending if the quench tower is located to the right or the left of the coke ovens. This version is for the quench tower to be located to the RIGHT when looking at the coke side of the ovens.

The shell is designed for the modeler to add handrails, grabirons and a ladder. There are pilot holes for the main grabirons (along the ladder) and for a stanchion of the handrails. Additional holes will depend on the chosen type of handrails.

The shell is designed for Micro-Trains 1015 coupler and there are guide holes for drilling. Be VERY careful when drilling and tapping the holes as the drill/tap will break through the front if drilled more than a few mm deep. Drill very carefully and stop immediately if you see signs of it breaking through.

Lastly it is possibly to install window glazing by cuttting clear plastic to size and glue to the inside of the shell. In the end opposite the quench car is also a headlight that can be lit by a light source inside the shell.
 
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What's in the box:
N-scale "coker" - quench locomotive
Dimensions:
2.49 x 3.3 x 3.08 cm
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0.98 x 1.3 x 1.21 inches
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