3D Printing & Model Railways
by Keith Pressley
10th May 2021
This is just a brief introduction to the world of 3D printing, as you can see the only limit is your imagination.
The above photo is a model of a colliery headgear and winding house I did from memory from my time as a designer for the coal industry.
View on Arrow A (left photo)
View on Arrow B (left photo)
The above photo is a coal transfer conveyor and storage bunker.
This footbridge was made from 29 separate printed parts glued together like a model kit and is ready for final painting
This is my attempt at a girder bridge with castellated beam (made from 30 separate printed parts) which did not turn out too bad.
A small hopper with outfeed conveyor.
This boathouse has working hinged doors and is made up of 5 separate printed parts, awaiting final painting.
The boathouse will eventually go onto my lake scene.