Passenger Depot for Diaroma
3D model description
I made this using Inventor it is scaled 1:1. You can resize it in your slicer for your particular model preferences. I made mine in O gauge for a polar express train layout.
I WANT TO EXPRESS THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE PRINT AND YOUR DONE MODEL.
I will work with you based on the time I have, but please make sure you are up to the task and ask lots of questions before you take this on. This print has over a month of trial and error, fitting, scoring, and improving to see what you see now.
The model does require that you have some good understanding about kit bashing and model building experience.
I even printed out own my wall paper for the inside of the walls, just to see if I could do it.
On some of the corners for the brick I had to glue them in by hand because the printer failed to catch the edges. I just printed out more walls and used them.
This is not a print and your done model.
The terra cotta tiles can be used for many other projects and are include in this set.
The windows can be printed and assembled so they can be open or close.
The doors and windows can be used on other models.
There is quite a bit to this kit that can be used for other models or details.
The building is glued using the depressions in the walls. You are really going to have to use the pictures I am including for to you fully understand how this would go together. I used CA glue for all of my joints and spray painted the building and bricks on all the pieces before putting it together.
The materials you are going to need are
card stock paper;
You may see some details like the downspouts, and concrete tiles, those are separate in the folder extra parts depot.zip.
I made the ceiling out of the foam board. I am including a print that you should be able to use for your templates. The roof structures inside of the canopy or awning are hot melted glued to the ceiling using the templates in the the prints. The tiles can be cut using a bandsaw with a fine tooth blade in it. Use trial and error when fitting the cap to the roof. Use the extra clap board walls to cut out the gable end for the canopy. Use the pictures to your best ability. If you need more help I can work with you in Inventor to get you better stuff. Just use the policy methods here to contact me.
I will be uploading more to this site, The clock tower, the lights, and some other things I have designed as time permits and sales are worth it.
3D printing settings
I suggest using support when you can. Always lay down everything flat for the best results. This is a very detailed model and you should always check your preview to see if the printer missed something before starting a print.
I used .0.6 nozzle
Layer height .1
Infilll at 60% to 100%
Creatlity 10r S4
I suggest you print your pieces in the middle of the bed for the best results. These are going to be long timed prints so don't buy this unless you want a nice detailed building that you are going to have to cut, figure out and build plus you should have lots of patience.
3D printer file information
3D design format: ZIP Folder details Close
- Extra parts Depot.zip
- Passenger Depot wall and roof.zip
- Spanish Tile roof.zip
- Window and door kit.zip
- Publication date: 2019-06-24 at 17:33
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