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Postby HJM » Wed Nov 11, 2020 8:14 am

For all you more modern guys

https://www.spur-g-blog.de/2020/11/rhb-prellboecke-von-hermann3d/

The https://shop.hermann3d.de site can also be a "oh yeah" inspiration. ;) ;)
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HJ

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Re: Modern stuff

Postby Josh U » Wed Nov 11, 2020 11:59 am

"For all you more modern guys..." now see, that didn't hurt, did it!? =))
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Re: Modern stuff

Postby HJM » Wed Nov 11, 2020 3:10 pm

Nah ... it doesn't hurt.
But you know when first up close contact with the RhB was 68 years ago (it's my RhB anniversary) there has to be a lot of legacy stuff in the background. :ymdevil: :ymdevil:
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Re: Modern stuff

Postby Keith Yundt » Thu Nov 12, 2020 2:58 pm

Well Happy RhB anniversary, HJ! :)

Don’t forget our Torgrim made one of these available years ago on Shapeways! I have one and it’s functional and very nicely detailed—I think I probably posted it here at the time.
The Hermann version seems quite nice too but the resolution might be a little lacking for the price. Still...it’s great that more things like this are being made available. Eventually if enough of us get printers then maybe they would sell the 3D files.
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Re: Modern stuff

Postby HJM » Thu Nov 12, 2020 7:39 pm

Keith Yundt wrote:Well Happy RhB anniversary, HJ! :)

Don’t forget our Torgrim made one of these available years ago on Shapeways! I have one and it’s functional and very nicely detailed—I think I probably posted it here at the time.
The Hermann version seems quite nice too but the resolution might be a little lacking for the price. Still...it’s great that more things like this are being made available. Eventually if enough of us get printers then maybe they would sell the 3D files.


Thanks; it's always a day to get nostalgic, more so if there's snow on the ground.

Torgrims version of the bumper

https://www.shapeways.com/product/F59MBWWWN/rhb-buffer-modern-without-signal?optionId=56220813&li=shops

The rest of his line/shop

https://www.shapeways.com/designer/tloco/creations
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