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Offline IanT

Re: LMS Lego
« Reply #30 on: May 16 2018 21:08 »
Looking forward to Ralph..    :-)

Regards,

IanT
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Offline cabbage

Re: LMS Lego
« Reply #31 on: May 21 2018 19:44 »
As requested! Each strip of roof lights takes a day of printing. This is sixteen days of sheer boredom!!!

Regards

Ralph




Offline John Candy

Re: LMS Lego
« Reply #32 on: May 21 2018 20:25 »
Sixteen days...cor blimey!
Have you had a "leccy" bill lately?! ;D

Regards,
John.
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Offline Gavin_B

Re: LMS Lego
« Reply #33 on: May 22 2018 08:50 »

Have you had a "leccy" bill lately?! ;D


Its quite scary just how little power the 3d printers take, to run one for 24 hours costs around 4 pence.

G

Offline cabbage

Re: LMS Lego
« Reply #34 on: May 22 2018 19:53 »
Tomorrow, if all goes well I plan to epoxy the roof to one of the curtain walls. Whether this works as it should we will all know by tea time. But we have plenty of vinegar if things start to go wrong!!!

Regards

Ralph

Offline cabbage

Re: LMS Lego
« Reply #35 on: May 24 2018 18:29 »
Second time lucky!



Offline cabbage

Re: LMS Lego
« Reply #36 on: May 29 2018 10:14 »
The other curtain wall is now setting. Sometime tomorrow I will unify the roof to it. Then the building will be structurally complete. To be honest I think this monster completes the building programme for this year!!!

Regards

Ralph

Offline cabbage

Re: LMS Lego
« Reply #37 on: Jun 28 2018 20:31 »
I knew it was going to be big...



Offline cabbage

Re: LMS Lego
« Reply #38 on: Aug 02 2018 20:36 »
While not exactly a building... These are the latest things to come off the printer.

An engine mount: and a boiler ring the door will be printed later. As usual all the files will placed in the Wiki.








Regards

Ralph