My N Scale objects that you can 3D Print....

Sumner May 24, 2020

  1. Sumner

    Sumner TrainBoard Member

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    I thought I'd start a thread of the objects I've designed and then add to it as I design more. I got an Ender 3 Pro near the last part of March, 2020 and downloaded Fusion 360 and proceeded to try to learn it enough that I could start designing my own objects, mostly N scale objects but also others for use around the house and shop.

    As I write this it is the third week of May and I've gotten over 40 objects up on my Thingiverse account here...

    https://www.thingiverse.com/Sumner/designs

    You can download any of them and print them or find someone to to that for you. I've also included the .f3d files which you can download and open in Fusion 360 (and maybe other CAD programs??) and modify the object if you want to. Most people just post the .stl file that you use to load into the 3D printer and print with. It is a real pain to try and get these files into a format where you can modify the object. Not sure why more people don't share a build type file of the object along with the .stl file.

    I have documentation on most of the objects on my web site with more info on the object and how it might be used. You can find that info here...

    http://1fatgmc.com/RailRoad/3D-Printer/3D-Printer-Index.html

    In other posts here you can see items I've designed scattered around on different threads either started by myself or someone else. From now on I'll try and add to this thread only so they are in one place.

    Sumner
     
    Last edited: May 24, 2020
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    In the past few days I have added the following item.

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    A ladder that you can cut to length or print more of and glue together if needed that can be attached to a building, tank or other structure. It resembles what you would find permanently attached to a structure.

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    You can also print a safety cage that can be added to the ladder or print more than one if you want a safety cage over a longer length of the ladder.

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    Another option lets you print a platform that goes on the top of the ladder where someone would exit the ladder and walk out on top of the structure.

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    Above is the finished ladder on a tank that you can also print out in any height you want.

    More about the item here ...

    http://1fatgmc.com/RailRoad/3D-Printer/page-15.html

    And the files to print it here...

    https://www.thingiverse.com/Sumner/designs

    Sumner
     
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  3. RBrodzinsky

    RBrodzinsky Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    Can you add these to the Resources as well?
     
  4. Sumner

    Sumner TrainBoard Member

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    Sent you a PM,

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