In just over 90 days, the hosting for this web site will expire, and I do not plan to renew it. I simply no longer have the time, nor inclination, to keep the site updated. Seriously. The last time I posted anything was before the COVID-19 lock-downs. One might think that I'd've had a lot … Continue reading Bye-Bye On30 Guy
You may remember that a few months ago, I purchased a 3D printer, and I was experimenting with printing an OO9 loco shell. I followed that up by scaling it to O scale to see what an On30 version might look like. What you see here is the result of my resizing it to use … Continue reading 3D Print Project Update
I got back from the Amherst show reinvigorated, and with an armload of goodies for the layouts. I did have a shopping list (a couple of Kato 11-109 N-gauge power chassis and some Peco HOn30 track), and managed to find nothing on it. But, I did find a lot of useful stuff -- a bunch … Continue reading Springfield Spurt
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!