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    Quote Originally Posted by mosslake View Post
    The M113s look excellent
    I'm really happy with them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldtanker View Post
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    How well does your printer "bridge" a 1/4" gap??? I'm going to try I beam style for the bents. It may be the weekend before I get much work done drawing it up.
    Do you have the bridges already???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodsup9000 View Post
    How well does your printer "bridge" a 1/4" gap??? I'm going to try I beam style for the bents. It may be the weekend before I get much work done drawing it up.
    Do you have the bridges already???
    I can build something supported if need be but I think I'll be OK with just 1/4 inch. Does the tops of the containers unsupported at .56".

    Yea I got the bridges BEFORE i found out about 3D printing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mosslake View Post
    Got it Rick, replied
    The Holt looks great!! Have you tried anything else yet?
    The actual size of the Holt 75 as per a museum ( San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum) who were kind enough to send me the measurements is width of the Holt 75 is 8 feet, the length is 20 feet, and the height with the canopy is 10 feet.

    That means in N it should be 1.5 inches long. Mine is 1.26 so I'm guessing the dimensions of the 1-100th one is off a tad. I'm going to run over to the other side of MN tomorrow and see if I can get a peak at the UP 4014 Bigboy on it's way to Duluth. So I'll give printing it another try this weekend.

    Rick

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