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Gardiner Model Railroad Designs

Mostly HO Scale Model Railroad details and parts.

These are parts that i have designed and made for my own projects, and which i hope others will find helpful in their projects and modelling endeavours. I am rebuilding my 3D design skills through these parts and projects, and learning new skills.

All parts will indicate in the description if they have or have not been successfully test printed. Despite this, there are times that items which have successfully printed are then rejected. I will attempt to fix items which fail on future prints, however, given the nature of 3D printing and the limitations of the technology, that may not always be possible.


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