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Old time train station - O scale

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... a Patron!</a><script async src="https://c6.patreon.com/becomePatronButton.bundle.js"></script> Thank you. Old time train station in O scale. This is the second of the two buildings I was asked to design. ... To print in HO scale, reduce to 55%

Vintage Rail truck - Funny look. Train O scale narrow gauge 16.5

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Vintage and funny look for this thing. Rail-truck Using the Rail-bus I made before, I decided to have an funny rail truck placing a truck tipper in the back of this vehicle. ****************************************************************** ...

O Scale Elevated Train Station

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O scale model railroad elevated station. ... See enclosed .pdf for complete build instructions.

Single Track Stone Tunnel Portal for O Scale Model Trains

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This is more detailed version of my original tunnel portal for O Scale Model trains like Lionel or MTH. The exterior dimensions are based off the MTH single track portal. The internal dimensions have been expanded to give more room for trains when. ..

Plasticville Firehouse parts - O scale trains

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Parts for the Plasticville firehouse. Siren, chimney half, chimney cap, and garage door. Let me know how they fit. Since I didn't have the originals, I had to guess on some dimensions. The garage door should fit as is. This is the siren with the...

O Scale Modular Tunnel Portal for Lionel or MTH Trains

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This is a tunnel portal for O Scale Model trains like Lionel or MTH. The exterior dimensions are based off the MTH single and double track tunnel portals. The internal dimensions have been expanded to give more room for trains when the portals are...

O Scale Tunnel Portal for Lionel or MTH Trains One Piece

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This is a single piece version of my 0 gauge tunnel portal. I can't update the existing entry anymore so posting this a remix. You can find my original multi piece version here https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2084060 I'm printing on my ender...

O gauge train track

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O gauge track or 32mm track that is meant for display purposes or non track powered trains. the lack of ties and the abundance of holes is to save plastic. ... Print Settings Printer: xyz Da Vinci pro ...

HO SCALE WAREHOUSE TRAIN

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HO SCALE TRAIN BUILDING. ...WAREHOUE

G scale Taco Train

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Taco train fits g-scale track

Ho scale train bridge

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Ho scale train bridge with walk way

N scale train bridge

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A 92mm long bridge for N scale model trains. ...A first bridge design by a beginning model railroader and 3D designer.

O-Scale Monument-Billboard

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O-Scale Monument-Billboard This sign is close to the dimensions of the new lionel signs. This is without the rolling billboard. ...You cut out your own advertisement for your train setup.

O scale pallet

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O Scale pallet for model railroad layouts. Good for use on flat cars, to fill in space behind buildings, or at the train station. ... Instructions I printed using PLA and ABS .1mm layer thickness.

Train Station HO scale

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Typical Trains station for rural Canada, Small train station built like a brick (Poop) house. . 1/87th HO scale. unfortunately makes it 10 inches long.. thus putting it off for a lot of modelers.. If requested.. I could split this in half to make it...

train n scale expositor

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This is a elemento designed to be used with train n scale, the long of the rail is 120mm, the reason is that has been designed to be printer with a resin printer

HO Scale Train Bridge

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Bridge for your model train set

HO Scale Train Platform

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Simple HO scale train platform. Print as full piece or as 2 separate parts for smaller printers. At widest points... ...Full: 165.5 x 72 x 17 mm Ramp: 85 x 46 x 17 mm Platform: 80 x 72 x 17 mm Print Settings Printer: M3D ...

O-Scale Locomotive Engine

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O-Scale Locomotive Engine drawn in Tinkercad

BP44 Train -15mm scale

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15mm scale of the BP44 armored train. Similar to the one made for Flames of War. Best printed on a resin machine. Staff Car, Infantry Car, Tank Hunter Car, AA Car, Artillery Car are all uploaded. Engine and Coal tender are now included. Cars are. ..

G Scale Train Station

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This is for my G scale Train set. Wanted to have a train station. Parts were all laser cut. I used Luan wood for most of the parts and some .1inch thick plywood for the window and door trim. I also trimmed out the sides with balsa wood and...

O Scale Windmill

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This is a scale model windmill designed for an O scale (Lionel) train set. Scale is 1/4 inch equals 1 foot. This model is approximately 10 inches tall or 40 foot scale. Print 4 windmill sides and 1 of everything else. An alternate head and...

T scale train set

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This is a set of T scale (1:450) 3D printed train stock. The engines were based off other creations found in various places including Thingiverse. Others were based on artwork from the CSX website, N gauge models I own, etc. These are not...

O-Gauge Train Track Railer

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This is an O-Gauge Train Track Railer for getting your rolling stock easily onto your track. ...Compatible with normal as well as Fastrack tracks.

Z scale train bridge

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Bridge made after pictures from a train bridge in Oeiras Portugal, parts will have to be glued together let me know if you need any help

O Scale Picket Fence

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I used this on my O Scale Train layout. You need to print one fence end for every segment of fence. I assembled using a soldering Iron to melt the fence together. I think super glue would work as well. Printed in PLA .2mm layers. Gate will be...

HO Scale Train Axle

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This was something modeled for my kid who loves to snap the axles off of his train cars and lose them. ...Intended to be printed with a resin printer.

O&K Hagen-Hohenlimburg train

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On request of Fisch2969 made a drawing of a O&K train based on my first drawing of the ZB D11 (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3889579/comments) This train has been working on the Hagen-Hohenlimburg track, To see info Google it. If there are any...

Bridge train n scale

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... base" with the other parts. ...The part "puente maqueta B middle" has been created to be printed for 4 times and glue side to side to create a beam effect. The part "puente maqueta base" width must be adjustent to the rail and train use in the dioram

N Scale Train Station

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An N Scale model railroad station, created at TinkerCAD.com. Hope you enjoy it. ...

Mixed 3D Printed O Gauge Accessory Pack – MrMuffin'sTrains

Mixed 3D Printed O Gauge Accessory Pack – MrMuffin'sTrains

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10 models for 3D printer calibration. Set up your printer

Before you start printing on a 3D printer, you need to test it. For this, special models are most often used to diagnose and calibrate the device. Next, we will list the top 10 models for calibration, in our opinion.

3D Benchy

Among all 3D printing tests, the flagship is 3D Benchy. This model is a boat that can test everything from protrusions to extrusion. If you want to test your 3D printer, then the benches will help you determine the optimal settings for the ideal result. On Thingiverse, more than three thousand users posted photos with their samples, and the boat itself was printed by more than a hundred machines and no fewer materials.

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All-In-One

A very interesting model, which is called “all-in-one”. Everything is presented in the model: canopy, bridge, string, temperature and belt tension test, extrusion. This is an ideal model for testing the device at several levels at once. A manual is included with the model to help you troubleshoot any issues you find. On Thingiverse, more than 75 users have posted test results on different 3D printers and different materials.

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XYZ Calibration Cube

Very simple and fast model for testing. This is a cube with a side of 20mm. It helps to gain dimension by adjusting the steps in millimeters. Also, the model allows you to test extrusion, vibration, temperature. This cube was printed simply by countless 3D printers and a variety of materials.

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Cali Cat

Nice little calibration cat or just Cali Cat is a simple model that allows you to test the accuracy of the device, as well as detailing, lugs, bridges, vibration and extrusion. And all this in just one hour. More than 2.5 hundred users have submitted their test results on the service.

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Phil A.

Ment

The MatterHackers Mascot is a Phil A. Ment test model. It was originally intended for manufacturers. The description mentions the fact that Phil has several functions. And they were originally designed specifically for 3D printers. The model has small inserts, relief details, cylinders of vertical and horizontal orientation, ledges. In addition, the model contains chamfers, bridges and fillets. And this miracle is performed by a domed helmet. The record size on the service is 5,1397mm. A total of 84 models were published.

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Calibration Temperature Tower

You can use this model to adjust the heat of your 3D printer. You can also test for different materials at what temperature the print comes out better.

NEW model Autodesk

This is a new model, or rather not even a model, but a whole procedure that will allow 3D printer manufacturers to show all the capabilities of devices to Kickstarter supporters. And of course, calibrate. The test was developed by Andreas Bastian and is a consolidated STL file that is able to test the system for the following indicators:

  • authorization;
  • alignment;
  • accuracy;
  • bridge, etc.

The model has it all. For example, if the 3D printer is set up well, then the horizontal function will be performed with a minimum of problems.

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PolyPearl Tower

If you want to test curves, cuts, bridges, cuts, then this model can be a great solution. In the description for this test model, the name "torture tower with a twist" appears. It is worth trying to use it for calibration.

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Rapid Screening

This model is a very quick test to check temperature, cooling, and retract function. Among the advantages of the model is its cost-effectiveness. The model will weigh only 0.23g. With its help, you can immediately remove the "strings".

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Parametric Calibration Object

A particular difficulty in calibrating a 3D printer is lowering the stage level. With this model, you can draw the right conclusions to improve the first layer of printing, and as a result, get better prints.

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Rules for 3D modeling for 3D printing

It is known that a prerequisite for 3D printing is the presence of a 3D model, according to which the printer will grow a three-dimensional object. But, even after simulating an object, you should not assume with absolute certainty that the job is done, and soon the printer will give you the finished product. The fact is that not all models are suitable for 3D printing. There are certain requirements for the dimensions, thicknesses and design of models - and these requirements vary depending on the material used and the printer. In addition to these individual characteristics, there are general requirements that distinguish print models from other 3D models. And now we will talk in more detail about how to prepare a model for 3D printing.

First of all, you need to remember that STL files (for one-color models) and WRL (for color plaster 3D printing) are suitable for 3D printing. Almost all 3D modeling programs allow you to export models to STL, so this should not be a problem. You should also take into account that for online download on our website, files no larger than 50 MB each are accepted, as well as an extended list of formats that are automatically exported to STL: STP, STEP, OFF, OBJ, PLY and directly STL. If the file size is more than 50 MB, then you need to send the model to our email address: [email protected] By the way, one of the easiest ways to reduce the volume of the model and the file size is to create hollow 3D models, we already wrote about how this works in our blog.

Before you start creating a model for 3D printing, it is important to understand what material you want to print the product from. Each material has its own individual characteristics for 3D modeling - maximum and minimum model dimensions, wall thicknesses, distance between moving parts, etc. You can learn more about the requirements for a particular material in the appropriate section on our website.

If you use the online model upload on our website, it will automatically check for standard 3D modeling errors. Models are checked instantly, and if errors that prevent 3D printing were not found, then immediately after uploading the model will appear in your personal account in the "My Models" section. If the model did not pass the test, then you will see a notification that the file cannot be loaded, then you will need to check and refine the model again.

What are the most common errors encountered when modeling for 3D printing?

  1. Inverted normals - incorrectly oriented normals. Normals should always be directed outward, they define the boundaries of the object and allow the 3D printer software to understand which is the inside and which is the outside of the model. If at least one of the normals is directed in the opposite direction and contradicts the other normal, then this causes a failure in 3D printing, since the printer cannot distinguish between the front and back sides of the object.
  2. Non-manifold geometry - Non-manifold 3D model is a prerequisite for 3D printing. The essence of this concept is that each edge of a 3D model must have exactly two faces.

The following errors are usually included in this concept:

o Mesh with holes - "unclosed" mesh problem. Remember the basic rule of 3D modeling: your model must be "watertight" or "airtight". If a hole is formed, it means that some edge is missing one face, therefore the model is not manifold, and therefore not suitable for 3D printing.

o Presence of internal polygons. There must be no faces inside the model, for example inside walls.

o Common ribs. An error occurs when more than two polygons are attached to the same edge.


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