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RAIL N SCALE Miniature world
« on: January 08, 2015, 12:45:39 PM »
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Hello everyone,

For over a year we have been modeling cars and scenery products for N scale layouts that are made by using 3D printing technlogy. By this it is possible to create niche models.
We would like to show to you some models.

N2031 - SAG Fire Engine + crew (Era I-III)
From 1905 the Süddeutsche Automobil-Fabrik Gaggenau (SAG) built the world’s first gasoline fire engine. In 1912, SAG has been completely taken over by Benz. The shown model is a fire engine from 1911 and similar vehicles were deployed into the 60s (era I-III).
The model is very richly detailled with e.g. rotatable reels, ladders, bell, chain drive, spoke wheels and couplings and nozzles for the fire hoses. The kit also contains a crew of ten members.
The SAG consists of 14 unpainted parts. This allows proper painting the kit and possibly modification of the kit.
Model is delivered unpainted.





The same model without crew is available under product number N2032.

More information about these kits and all our other models can be found here: http://railnscale.com/

Kind regards,
Maurice & Joris
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Re: RAIL N SCALE Miniature world
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2015, 01:47:55 PM »
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Hello everybody,

This time I would like to highlight some of our scenery models that are printed in White Strong & Flexible material of Shapeways. This material is not the most detailed 3D print material, but it is very durable and suitable for bigger constructions. Also products that in reality have a rough surface can be printed perfectly in this material.

N3021-N3023 - Covered wooden bridge (Era I-VI)
Covered wooden bridges were from the late Middle Ages to the late 19th Century widespread in forested areas of North America and Europe.
The bridge is modelled in Swiss style. Similar bridges can also be found in other European countries and in the US.
The bridge is available in three different lengths (80, 119 and 68 mm).



 
N3020 - Rusty boiler (Era I-VI)
Sometimes you can find such boilers in museums or steam depots. The model is a replica of the boiler standing at the depot Krøderbane in Norway.
Model is delivered unpainted.

the original
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the model



N3032 - 4 wooden benches (Era I-VI)
These models are indispensable in Alpine Landscapes.
The benches are supplied without figurines, who happen to sit perfectly on it.



All kits are unpainted and available via Shapeways only: http://www.shapeways.com/shops/rail-n-scale

Please visit our website or look up in our brochure: http://railnscale.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/katalog20141.pdf
Kind regards,
Maurice
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Re: RAIL N SCALE Miniature world
« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2015, 02:24:51 PM »
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Re: RAIL N SCALE Miniature world
« Reply #3 on: January 20, 2015, 12:35:51 PM »
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Hello Railcat,

That's nice to hear!
I would love to see some of your road markings.


Best,
Maurice
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Re: RAIL N SCALE Miniature world
« Reply #4 on: January 24, 2015, 08:56:45 AM »
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Hello,

Our latest novelty is the Volvo 200 Series.

The indestructable Volvo 200 series of 1974-1993 (era IV-V) proved to be the most successful Volvo ever. Available are the 244 saloon of 1974-’77, 245 estate car of 1974-’77, and 264 saloon of 1974-’78. The following kits are available:

N2222 – Volvo 244 DL (N 1:160)


N2223 – Volvo 245 DL (N 1:160)


N2224 – Volvo 264 GL (N 1:160) 


N2722 – Set 3x Volvo 200 Serien (N 1:160)




U2223 – Volvo 245 DL (British N 1:148)


U2722 – Set 3x Volvo 200 Serien (British N 1:148)


All models are unpainted kits.

The cars are divided in two parts allowing you to paint the cars properly. Instruction, tips & tricks can be found on our website: http://railnscale.com/

The kits can be ordered via Shapeways only: http://www.shapeways.com/shops/rail-n-scale

Kind regards,
Maurice
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Re: RAIL N SCALE Miniature world
« Reply #5 on: January 24, 2015, 09:48:02 AM »
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I've always liked those Volvos. Nice to see them in N!

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« Reply #6 on: January 24, 2015, 02:06:35 PM »
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Ed K .. you need one of these ..

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Re: RAIL N SCALE Miniature world
« Reply #7 on: January 24, 2015, 02:07:50 PM »
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The boiler would be good for a narrow gauge layout

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« Reply #8 on: January 24, 2015, 02:10:03 PM »
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Oh Frack! Between these Volvos and the due cast 544s I found on the Internet, all I need  is a '67 122s Amazon two door to recreate my childhood.
Philip H.
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Baton Rouge Southern RR - Mount Rainier Division.

"Yes there are somethings that are "off;" but hey, so what." ~ Wyatt

"I'm trying to have less cranial rectal inversion with this." - Ed K.

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Re: RAIL N SCALE Miniature world
« Reply #9 on: February 02, 2015, 01:32:49 PM »
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Hello everybody,

RAILNSCALE is the designer of various street paving tools such as paving stamps and paving rollers.

N9011-N9521 - Road pavement stamps
With these stamps you can easily build clinker and stone paving roads. Role DAS modelling material and print the desired road pattern in the wet clay. The stamps are 28mm wide and in four different patterns (stretcher and herringbone bond, and rows and arc paving).




Instruction video:
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N9031-N9535 - Street paving rollers
With these rollers you can easily build stone paving roads. One roller is 24 mm wide and designed for standard N-gauge 9 mm rail roads for making pavements between the street car rails. Also a roller for narrow gauge Nm or Z-gauge 6,5 mm is available. The other roller can be used for ordinary roads. Role DAS modelling material and print the desired road pattern in the wet clay. Four different patterns are available.





Instruction video:
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N9041-N9044 - Pavement rollers

With this rollers you can easily build asphalt roads. Unique to this role is its fine structure. Therefore the road gets a real asphalt look. The rough surface also simplifies painting of the road. Role DAS modelling material and print the desired road pattern in the wet clay.
With some rollers you can easily embed your railroad or railroad crossings.






A complete overview of our road paving tools is shown here:


All tools are only available via Shapeways: http://www.shapeways.com/shops/rail-n-scale

Please visit our website or look up in our brochure: http://railnscale.files.wordpress.co...talog20141.pdf
Kind regards,
Maurice
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Re: RAIL N SCALE Miniature world
« Reply #10 on: February 02, 2015, 01:44:16 PM »
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Oh man, I missed the Volvo announcement!

My old car!!! I love it!!!

Although, any chance you could do the slightly later versions (with the larger sealed beam headlights)?

I had a 1990 245DL, and I'd kill to have an accurate one of those.

If not, I'll go for the older ones, but I'd be ecstatic over the newer one.

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Re: RAIL N SCALE Miniature world
« Reply #11 on: February 02, 2015, 02:14:17 PM »
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Now to get the Volvo 240 series and convert them to a 1982 245 DL and a 1982 242 GLT, both with the raised hood of the 264 but quad sealed beam headlights.  These are the two cars we still have - over the past 30+ years we have 5 Volvo 240-series cars, all in the 1981 - 1983 range.

Then I need a 1972 Datsun 510 station wagon, a 1960 Sunbeam Alpine and a 1947 Hillman Minx and my entire automobile ownership history is covered!

Cheers,

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Re: RAIL N SCALE Miniature world
« Reply #12 on: February 02, 2015, 04:37:03 PM »
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The British 1:148 scale puts me off. I have some of that scale vehicles and they look huge next to 1:160 vehicles.  The Volvo will be the size of early 60 Lincoln Limo.  Maybe it will look ok by itself somewhere on the layout but next to 1:160 cars it will look really odd.

These are 3D printed. Why not make 1:160 version available too?
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Re: RAIL N SCALE Miniature world
« Reply #13 on: February 02, 2015, 05:07:12 PM »
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These are 3D printed. Why not make 1:160 version available too?

The maker seemingly offers both-- some of them must be for the British N market, but unless I missed something all t he designs are also available in 1:160 as well (look a the top right banner).

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« Reply #14 on: February 02, 2015, 05:12:14 PM »
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The maker seemingly offers both-- some of them must be for the British N market, but unless I missed something all t he designs are also available in 1:160 as well (look a the top right banner).

Ah, OK, that's good!  Thanks!
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