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Happy New Year!
I am looking at Atso-Cad Models planned 2014 range of 3D printed models. Our provisional list of models is as follows:
Original Condition Royal Scott
Stanier 4P 2-6-4T
Ivatt Class 4
Please note that this is our provisional list depending on how well the chosen prototypes fit the donor chassis and is subject to change if required. I am happy to entertain suggestions for other models but please remember that I also have a day job and this list is already quite ambitious!
Atso-Cad Models is pleased to announce our latest 3D printed loco body: The Fowler Patriot.
(Note: tender not included)
Also the N2 has been redesigned to fit a modified Graham Farish 3MT chassis.
Please visit our products page for further information.
Due to changes in personal circumstance, production of the LNER Dia. 120 Passenger Full Brake kit has been suspended. At present I am unable to commit sufficient time or resources to manufacture this kit and I am presently unable to comment on when this situation is likely to change.
I apologise to those of you who are still waiting to purchase a kit and I can assure you that I share your frustrations.
While I am unable to commit much time to Atso-Cad Models, I am determined that the business will continue to operate in some format for during this difficult period. Therefore I have made several of my CAD models available to purchase as 3D prints directly from Shapeways. My Shapeways shop can be found at: http://www.shapeways.com/shops/Atso-CadModels
You will need to sign up to Shapeways and possess a PayPal account to purchase these models. Shapeways will usually supply the model within ten working days. Postage and packaging is a flat rate of 8 Euros.
Presently available are:
Please note that these models usually require some light sanding to gain the best surface finish before painting.
A short article on the post finishing process of a 3D print has just been posted in the Workbench section of the site. Follow this link to view.