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WAGR GC Wagon (molded barings) 3d printed Early print of Expected resolution with FD
Early print of Expected resolution with FD
WAGR GC Wagon (molded barings) 3d printed Early print of Expected resolution with FD
WAGR GC Wagon (molded barings) 3d printed Early print of Expected resolution with FD

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WAGR GC Wagon (molded barings)

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Product Description

This is a Sn3.5 scale model of a WAGR GC wagon, which was also use by the Midland Railway as AC class. This model prints well in WSF and FD/FUD, and is setup to have wheels inserted with no bearings, PLEASE NOTE there is another version setup to take NorthYard - Tophat (brass) pinpoint bearings for less rolling resistance particually with WSF material (it has not been test printed yet). In WSF the process causes no visible rivets to be seen, but still looks good from 3ft away. (normal exhibition distance) and is cheap, and has average running quality (tophat bearings in this material maybe preferred for free rolling). FD gives excellent detail but at additional cost, FUD is not advised because no additional detail is seen nor is it significantly better than FD for the cost. (rolling resistance is better and does not appear to differ significantly with brass bearings) This is made available as of the 15/7/13
What's in the Box
WAGR GC Wagon (molded barings)
Early print of Expected resolution with FD
White Strong & Flexible
3.7 cm
8.4 cm
2.8 cm
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