Some 3D modelling

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Some 3D modelling

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A friend of mine learning to make 3D models. I've asked him to make one for me =)
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Always nice, when people are building something. I suppose it's a Pennsylvania RR car?
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TheKnighTT wrote: Mon Oct 11, 2021 5:28 am Always nice, when people are building something. I suppose it's a Pennsylvania RR car?
You are almost right!
It's pennsylvanian rail car. But a little bit diesel =)
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I should have thought about the other thread you were last active in.
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I'm looking forward to the RDC. Good work!
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I've always wanted an RDC. Should be a *relatively* easy project with all the space for motorization. I look forward to seeing what you do with it.
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ConducTTor wrote: Tue Oct 12, 2021 6:22 pm I've always wanted an RDC. Should be a *relatively* easy project with all the space for motorization. I look forward to seeing what you do with it.
RDC was a really nice and popular diesel unit. Right now we have "rail buses" in Russia RA-1 and RA-3. They are very useful on low-traffic lines.

Do you have any suggestions for trucks?
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Murad wrote: Wed Oct 13, 2021 2:26 pm Do you have any suggestions for trucks?
Can you be more specific? Just sideframes? An entire assembly including gearing and wheels? Some combination?
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I think the truck wheelbase was 8 feet 6 inches (from memory so that could be wrong), so the sw1200 trucks would be a little short and the GP trucks from Lok N Roll would be a little long. Maybe there's something else that would be closer from Tillig or Halling?
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There's a page on tt-board with (most) RTR models' truck dimensions. Let me dig around for it....
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