SVPI2014
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Wednesday, October 7, 2015 8:02:33 PM
Shapeways now has a Cliff Hanger model. It is in several components and is designed to be motorizable with a little ingenuity. It is HO Scale. Attached is the rendering generated by the 3-D design software. It is only on here to give you and idea of how it will fit together accurately! Enjoy!
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SideWinder
Friday, October 16, 2015 11:07:09 PM
You can buy it right here:

https://www.shapeways.com/shops/elprodmodels 

It will cost roughly $171.00 And it can be motorized!!!!
Matt C.
Monday, October 19, 2015 5:31:41 PM
You've got some nice looking stuff. It's amazing how 3D printing has really changed how we can build models.
Matt Cook
Matt's Carnival Warehouse / Matt's Web Design
http://www.carnivalwarehouse.com 
http://www.mwdwebdesign.com 
SideWinder
Tuesday, October 20, 2015 8:22:21 PM
Originally Posted by: Matt C. 

You've got some nice looking stuff. It's amazing how 3D printing has really changed how we can build models.



Not mine Matt, I'm just posting the link to it. This belongs to Frank Elliot. Shapeways, however has evolved the way we can do models in a huge way!!!!
Matt C.
Tuesday, October 20, 2015 9:39:28 PM
Originally Posted by: SideWinder 

Not mine Matt, I'm just posting the link to it. This belongs to Frank Elliot. Shapeways, however has evolved the way we can do models in a huge way!!!!



I know it's Franks... sorry I was kind of vague in my response lol.

Its too bad Shapeways wasnt around back when I was in High School and had all the time in the world to build models... that would have been dangerous LOL.
Matt Cook
Matt's Carnival Warehouse / Matt's Web Design
http://www.carnivalwarehouse.com 
http://www.mwdwebdesign.com 
Fabbri_Guy
Sunday, October 25, 2015 5:14:09 PM
Originally Posted by: Matt C. 

You've got some nice looking stuff. It's amazing how 3D printing has really changed how we can build models.



Now im not saying 3d printing is good or bad, but I feel like it takes away from scratch building. But on the other hand it does become practical when multiple parts are needed.

Fabbri_Guy
Sunday, October 25, 2015 5:18:48 PM
Im still waiting to see one of these kits in person. I still cant get a mental picture of how these things come together.