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3D printing is changing the way modelers build their layouts. Rather than spending months kit bashing or scratch building we can design and print a part, structure, or car in a few days or even a few hours. All of our past projects are for sale and you can request an estimate for a new project by filling out the contact form below.
Kingsport Passenger Depot
The Kingsport passenger depot was built in 1916 along the Clinchfield railroad in Kingsport, Tennessee. It features ornate brick detail, stunning arches, and a central clock tower. It was our pleasure to design and 3D print this depot for the members of the Blissfield model railroad club in Blissfield, MI- they transformed the model by adding a stunning paint job.
Hi Speed Filling Station
This old filling station stood on the corner of East University and South University in downtown Ann Arbor. The gas station was owned by our customer’s father, but no longer stands today. It was a fun challenge to produce the HO scale model from two old photographs alone.
Michigan Electric Interurban
This interurban traction car was built circa 1914 and used by Michigan Railway Company though later adopted by other companies in the mid-west. The 800 series featured baggage, smoker, and coach-parlor sections that ran on the Grand Rapids- Kalamazoo line. We worked with mid-western traction car and traction decal creator Eric Diehl to achieve accuracy of design. This was our first full car print with the greatest challenge being designing the rounded car roof.