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I had been too quiet too long.

Postby ConnorL » Thu Sep 11, 2014 4:48 pm

I had not done much progress with my SD70M locomotive. I'm just taking a break from it and I'm back in college.

In meanwhile...I had bought a 3D printer called LittleRP, they had proven me that it can make high quality models in a small scale. (check Update #5 on Kickstarter and you'll see some models in 1:400) That's what caused me to buy one.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/36 ... in-printer

It'll be coming to me in November, so it'll be a while to see if it actually works.
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Re: I had been too quiet too long.

Postby ivanf » Wed Sep 17, 2014 7:07 pm

Hi Connor,

the models do look very good.

brave move going for a self assembly job - good luck. :)

keen to hear how it goes.
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Re: I had been too quiet too long.

Postby ConnorL » Sat Nov 29, 2014 9:11 pm

I managed to get the 3D Printer...but I will have to hold it off. I don't have the budget to get a projector as required for the 3D Printer. I might have to hold off the entire project, but who knows when Christmas comes! I might have to sell some of my hobbies.
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Re: I had been too quiet too long.

Postby ConnorL » Sat Apr 04, 2015 9:25 pm

Update, I decided that I will wait on getting my projector for my 3D printer. I am hoping to have my printer completed by September 2015.

I have too many things on my mind and college work is becoming challenging.

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