Last week, I shared a picture of the first print from my new 3D printer. You may recall that it was a failure, though not necessarily a dismal one. So, undeterred, I set about to print again today. It was suggested that, in addition to the changes I knew I needed to make, that I … Continue reading Now We’re Cookin’ With Gas
I mentioned the other day that I purchased an inexpensive 3D SLA printer, and although I had some things I should have been doing today, I decided to go ahead and try a test print. As you can see from the image above, my first attempt was not entirely successful. The file that I chose … Continue reading What We Have Here, Is a Failure …
Anycubic Photon LCD SLA 3D printer My newest toy. Let's see how much trouble I can get into with this!
Here ya go, folks! More hot action from this year's Midwest Narrow Gauge Show -- the biggest in history!
We're here in Salem, Ohio, for the 27th Annual Midwest Narrow Gauge Show (now known as the Midwest Model Railroad Show). The T-Trak modules were up and running in minutes! So, I've wandered around and taken some pictures! More later!
No much of an update, really, except that to show that the little T-Trak layout is coming along, albeit slowly. I've had to shift gears for a few days to take care of some commitments with my band, but I should be able to get back to work in earnest on Sunday. What I have … Continue reading T-Trak Update 2-21-19
I finished up building the T-Trak module frames yesterday, and started finalizing the track layout. I decided that I wanted to not have any of the switching tracks spill over into the end-cap, which would necessitate having an extra module when the layout is included in group setups. The result is a shorter run-around, and … Continue reading T-Trak Layout Update
I'm back from the 36th National Narrow Gauge Convention up in Augusta, Maine, and I had a blast -- although I still managed to run out of time and not see everything -- for instance, I completely ran out of time to see the models in the contest room. But I did get to meet, … Continue reading Back From the Convention