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10 years. Holy crap :o Congrats!!!
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TheKnighTT wrote: Tue Jan 19, 2021 3:52 am That is indeed an interesting build. Would he be willing to do some more?
Unknown at this time. He is dabbling in kit production.
A lot depends on how well the kit goes together. Will post picture as I get to the kit.
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Bill Dixon wrote: Tue Jan 19, 2021 5:15 pm Unknown at this time. He is dabbling in kit production.
A lot depends on how well the kit goes together. Will post picture as I get to the kit.
Crossing my fingers it works well - I'd *love* one of those!
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Me too! Our local railroad group has one stuffed and mounted, it looks very close to that one

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Something new from the maker of the snow plow:
20210130_CPR Switch Stand.jpg
A TT-Scale 3d printed CPR switch stand.
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Bill Dixon wrote: Sat Jan 30, 2021 10:33 pm Something new from the maker of the snow plow:
20210130_CPR Switch Stand.jpg
A TT-Scale 3d printed CPR switch stand.
Oh that's a cool model. Kuddos to the guy that thought of doing it :thumbup:
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Will the switch stands be made available?
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And I´d love to buy that one as well. :)

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Another detail part:
20210221 Wheel Stops.jpg
\wheel Stops. Sized to fit on the Bedding track rail head.
I have also started experimenting with painting the rail. Still a long way to go get it right.
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The wheel stops thus also fit on the Tillig model track and look very good. :thumbup:
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