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    The angle is 21.8 or 40% (40 cm for 100 cm). The length could be extended at will. Here the length of the track is 70 cm or 65 cm horizontally and 26 cm vertically.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichesHeures View Post
    Hello,

    Here are the first new items in 3D color printing at N scale: the Cevennes village.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01village03.htm
    http://www.forum-train.fr/gal/albums...illage03hd.jpg

    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.
    I might need to talk with you about making some Corsican buildings and Ponts.
    Cheers!
    Clayton

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoPac View Post
    I might need to talk with you about making some Corsican buildings and Ponts.
    Of course. Use my email here : http://www.richesheures.com/pro/pro-contact01.htm
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    Hello,


    Here's a slightly different announcement.


    Richesheures will open an exhibition space in Brittany.

    It is in a large house located near a major tourist site, known and frequented by many English tourists, that will be located a place of exhibition / sale turned towards the model making and the inheritance. It will initially be a kind of museum but with a lot of animated models (and of course with trains) which will take place on two floors. Due to the proximity of the tourist site, it will focus on Breton history and heritage.


    Considering the necessary works, administrative authorizations, renovation of the house and creation of the museography, it will be necessary to be a little patient of course. It goes way beyond opening a shop.


    I will keep you posted on the progress of the project.
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    Oh , I will have to visit when I go golfing there.
    As long as I can model in N-scale, I know I'm not old

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    http://www.janbouli.com

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    Hey, great effort. I really appreciate what you are doing. Setting up any public enterprise is a major endeavor here in the land of sun, sand and SNCF

    Now, if only you were setting up 1300km further south

    I wish you all the best.
    Thanks, Tom

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    I look forward to seeing progress reports! What town and which tourist attraction? After all, I'm a tourist.

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    Now, if only you were setting up 1300km further south
    Climate too hot for a Breton ! But one can practice surfing without coconut palms.


    What town and which tourist attraction? After all, I'm a tourist.
    It is in western Brittany...
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    Hello,


    New video for this beginning of summer on the Mont-Dore funicular on the Nm scale.
    http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/01funiculaire01.htm





    The assembly and painting are finished and the model is ready to be integrated at the customer.


    The color of the stone masonry is more consistent: white joints and dark gray stones.


    The upper part of the stations is removable for easy maintenance.
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    Hello,


    In this late summer period, here's some news: I'm not sitting idle.

    I am currently building an annex that will greatly expand my manufacturing capabilities with dedicated rooms.

    I'm also testing new machines that look promising to me.



    The level of detail is very satisfactory.


    See you in October.
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    Wishing you all the best!

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    Default Richesheures: new material, new products

    Hello,


    After many tests, I can finally offer 3D printed models with a high level of detail while keeping very reasonable prices (Faller level for the N).


    At the moment there are 20 first models in N (1 / 160th). Most are taken from existing models, not necessarily on the N scale and a few are new.
    It is of course possible to make HO or Z but given the maximum size of the machines, we cannot take out parts that are too large.


    Models in N : http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/00catalogue01d.htm




    UV resin offers less manufacturing freedom than other technologies, but its level of detail is second to none.


    Below are N models. Even if the thickness of the joints is exaggerated, the height of the bricks is realistic. The levers of the signal box stand out as well as the decorations of the spire of the chapel, initialy a HO model. See also the detail of the tiles of the dock shelter.



    The paint and glue hold very well on this strong plastic. No need for an undercoat, a simple acrylic paint holds very well on it.


    See the tutorial : http://www.richesheures.net/3dprint/00tutoriauxEN08.htm


    Important precision, I directly manufacture these models, no subcontractors.
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