I describe the techniques I used to build a canyon and a set of trestle towers for my LCJ&I Lines O-gauge railroad. About three weeks' work is compressed into 3 minutes 19 seconds. This is video #54 in my LCJ&I Lines series.
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You make it look too easy! Very nice work.
I've said it before. Your work is top notch, and your documentation of that work, the planning and the process is top notch.
real nice use of a 3D printer for small items not easily and accurately hand-constructed in mass. I would use a laser cutter for the trusses. Only because it's much less work and more accurate. I would still print the gusset plates with a 3D laser resin printer.
Let's all rise up and Lose the X-acto knife!!
Bob, that was about as a professionally done video as I've ever seen, and was enjoyable to watch.
Paul - You should have seen the outtakes (some key shots on assembling the towers were horribly out of focus and unusable).
Others - Thanks for the positive comments. It keeps me posting!