T Scale Class 42 Warship

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grahame
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T Scale Class 42 Warship

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Today I received my 3D printed Class 42 body shell from Shapeways in the USA. It is very wonderful. The detail is amazing (USA 1 cent for scale..slightly smaller than a 1p coin for UK readers). I hope I can do it justice. Step 1 is done. Sprayed British Railways Dark Green. Hoping to produce a T scale "Onslaught". Provided the body turns out OK I will then buy the required 19M motorised chassis from Alan Ramsay :)

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British exPat in Houston, Texas.

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Looks awesome! Can't wait to see the outcome! What kind of layout theme are you going to do? (I wasn't sure what Onslaught means)

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ConnorL wrote:(I wasn't sure what Onslaught means)
I was the same, but a quick Google check reveals it is named "Onslaught" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Ra ... ss_details

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:D :D :D

How on earth did the human race survive before Google??

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