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    Hello,


    I now offer 3D printed colored models.


    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/02garePetite01.htm
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/00tutoriauxFR07.htm

    Here is a test with real photos, it is a HO model:

    The 3D model:



    At the delivery :


    Assembly of the doorframes:


    The interior of the building is decorated with textures:


    To summarize this material is close to the plaster:
    Parts that are too thin (not less than 2 mm) can not be made.
    It is of sufficient finesse for the HO and O but limited for the N except for massive constructions such as stone bridges for example.
    This material is not suitable for making functional or moving parts.
    It is also not advisable to make elements of architectures or only massive pieces.


    You can order custom parts or also request the conversion of an existing model.
    Richesheures - Scenery in 3D Printing - http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/

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    Hello,

    I now propose several "model-books" (at scales HO - N - Z). These are models made of paper to cut. They represent railway buildings but also constructions of towns and villages. The models that were used to make his models come directly from models in 3D printing.

    For now there are 9 "model-books", to order outside of France, use my Ebay shop .:
    https://www.ebay.fr/sch/richesheures...1&_ipg=&_from=

    Some pictures :




    Richesheures - Scenery in 3D Printing - http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/

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    Hello,

    Here are the first new items in 3D color printing at N scale: the Cevennes village.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01village03.htm


    The price is very reasonable for ready-made models. They do not require any assembly (except the glazing) and no painting work.
    See the tutorial for more details: http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/00tutoriauxEN07.htm

    If you are interested in converting an existing model to paint to a color model, you can request it. Since the material is close to plaster, it does not tolerate structures that are too thin, such as a wire mesh bridge.
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    Hello,


    15% discount on all 3D printing shop
    November 26, 2018 only!
    With the exception of check orders - See the conditions on the Shapeways website
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/00catalogue00.htm
    Richesheures - Scenery in 3D Printing - http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/

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    Hello,

    15% discount on all 3D printing shop
    November 26, 2018 only!
    With the exception of check orders - See the conditions on the Shapeways website
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/00catalogue00.htm
    Richesheures - Scenery in 3D Printing - http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/

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    Hello,

    First of all I wish all the people of the forum a happy new year 2019.

    Here is a small comparison between different techniques:


    The paper models:
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/00PaperWorld01.htm
    The models in 3D color printing:
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01gareRouvres01.htm
    The models in 3D printing to paint:
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/00catalogue01.htm
    (The exact model of the photo is not available at the moment)

    This allows me to introduce 3D models in 3D color printing:
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/00catalogue01c.htm

    For example this station, one block, except windows in another material, to report:


    And its optional interior, the previous station has just slipped on:
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    Hello,

    Here is a novelty in N: an old modular factory in color 3D printing.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01usine11.htm

    It is inspired by a factory located in the Paris suburbs in Montreuil (93), the former Chapal factory. I changed the name for rights issues, the brand still exists. It took me a long time to find the ideal model, with colorful tones (not just red brick) and sheds.

    There is one main element that can be doubled and linked by a monumental portal. At the rear there is a loading dock and on the side a wide door allows to enter a wagon.

    It can also integrate a fitted interior with large tanks, an overhead crane, a desk...
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    Your skills are growing amazingly! I would love to see you do the Speicherstadt, the warehouses of the Miniatur Wunderland and the Hamburg Dungeon.
    Cheers!
    Gordon
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    The slight blurriness of colour 3d printed models isn't a huge problem for interiors. I think building interiors is the perfect application and I'd be interested in some more "generic" interiors. Like single rooms you could buy and stack as needed. Some shop interiors and so on too.

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    The slight blurriness of colour 3d printed models isn't a huge problem for interiors.
    One need good eyesight to see it! And you have to be a good painter to get to that level of detail.

    But I can work on request to do everything possible. The buildings of Hamburg, why not!
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    Your work is very impressive! The color printing is a very interesting concept. Love your interiors too!

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    Hello,


    Here is an overview on a beautiful command based on the N modular viaduct: http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01viaduc01.htm



    It is a glueless assembly of elements without paint. It is the customer who will put all parts in situation.



    The platform of the viaduct which is 20 cm high (32 meters in real size). The structure is very robust.



    In these photos only half of the bridge has been assembled. The final bridge will include 14 arches for a total length of 136 cm or 217 m in real size!

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    Hello,

    An ad to present version 2 of the metal bridges:
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01viaduc04.htm
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01viaduc05.htm

    Shapeways has changed its rates by strongly penalizing resin objects with a lot of volume.


    I had to cut into several pieces flat bridges that had reached unaffordable rates (price sometimes tripled). Passing the road surface has been strengthened.
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    Hello,


    A short announcement:
    10% discount until December 4, 2019 on orders from our catalog via Shapeways with code CYBERMON. Enjoy it!
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/00catalogue00.htm
    For orders from 25 to 100 $/€ HT on most materials. Conditions on the Shapeways website.
    Richesheures - Scenery in 3D Printing - http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/

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    Hello,


    First of all and with a little delay, I wish you a happy new year 2020.


    Here are two new client achievements: http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/00example02.htm


    An HO funicular by Hervι Guillot:


    There is also an avoidable version of the Mont Dore funicular being built by another client, an ambitious project.
    For my part, the conversion of the same funicular to the Nm scale is underway following an order. Given the size, it runs on a 6 mm Z track, it will be in a single track and in a straight line.


    And an N-cage bridge on a "Scenic" module:
    Richesheures - Scenery in 3D Printing - http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/

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    Hello,


    A glimpse of a work in progress on a large HO station (for a museum) derived from the old Nantes station dating from 1853 and demolished in the 1950s. The hall is large enough to accommodate 4 tracks.





    On one of the views I put a TGV motor to give the scale. The advantage of this huge arch is the very clear view of the interior, which is therefore also decorated.





    It remains to do the monumental west facade. Below the East facade is real.
    In reality the station was 3 times longer than the planned model.





    The price remains relatively low given the size of the model (55x68x29 cm in the overview config).


    Derived versions with other configurations and at other scales are possible. I think that in N it could do some interesting things, if there are people interested (budget between 500 and 1000 € I specify).
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    Hello,


    Here is an overview of the large HO station - also available in N - based on the old Nantes station (1853), images of which had already been shown 3 weeks ago.





    It is a superb imposing building in a neo-classical style like, for example, the Gare du Nord in Paris. The special feature here is the opening in the west facade which makes it a half passage, half terminus station.





    In HO the dimensions are 67x63x35 cm (in N it would be 37 x 35 x 19 cm) but this model is designed to be modular and we could very well triple its length (180 cm) to be closer to the prototype. Here, however, there are space constraints which have had to limit the length, the west facade being preferred.





    View of the east facade of the station. The large stone arch is quite exceptional in this type of station. In general it was rather metal. See the train in the station which gives the scale.


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    Hello,


    The Mont Dore funicular on the N scale (1 / 160th) is available. To be more precise, it is N metric (Nm), the car drives on Z tracks.







    It is comparable to the HO version except that you cannot make curves, the guides would have been too small given the width of the track.
    N version N: http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01funiculaire01.htm
    HO version: http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/02funiculaire01.htm
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    Hello,


    Here are some pictures of the Mont Dore funicular in Nm.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01funiculaire01.htm
    The assembly is done and especially the automation of the operation before painting.

    The control system has been simplified by the use of ILS having a normally closed output which eliminates the need for a reversing relay.
    It was a control module from Conrad that was used. It is a timed inverter which successively reverses the polarity according to an adjustable time. ILS are only used to cut the power to stop the car at stations.
    It is important to use a magnet strong enough to activate the ILS which are located in the track platform.
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    Very creative and neat addition. What is the angle of the climb (looks about 45 degrees)? Can the track be extended for a higher climb? Love your creative builds.

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