Ships for T Gauge

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PetrOs
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Ships for T Gauge

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I am originally, and additionally, a ship model maker, and I have a few ships, like harbor barges or tugs, offered on shapeways in 1:350 or 1:700. Would there be an interest if I would provide a 1:450 scale variant?

mattinair
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YES.... :)

PetrOs
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I just did that for the barge. Enjoy it ;)

https://www.shapeways.com/product/GVJ64 ... d=61838605

Tug is still being finalized, would make the option available

mattinair
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It says 1/350.....??......

PetrOs
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There is a scale selector just above the price and material - 1/350 default, but 1/450 and 1/700 also available

mattinair
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Super...I'll check it out as soon as I get home this evening.... :)

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I have a bigger rowing boats set nearly done, too (russian standard 20 oared cutter for warships, but could be used nearly anywhere in fact), would be ready in a few days, too.

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