Sep 1, 2017
Jul 3, 2017
|Tomytec TM-TR drives|
|Remove the black plastic cover|
In front, the unmodified drive
In the middle, the lowered drive
Step 1: remove the black plastic covering the metal contact strips, with a screwdriver or simply with your nails
Step 2: Glue the contact strips with some cyano - few drops are enough.
Step 3: with a cutting knife, cut down the pins overlooking the contact strips
|Glue the contact strips|
|Cut down the small pins holding the contacts|
Jun 27, 2017
Now available: The American Gothic House. This small house in Eldon, Iowa, is a design in the "Carpenter Gothic Style", with a distinctive upper window. It was the backdrop of the iconic 1930 Grant Wood painting American Gothic.
This MDF laser kit is easy to build - assembly requires just a steady hand and some patience. You will need to provide: white glue, paint, some sandpaper, a pin or a toothpick, a cutting knife and tweezers.
Look for it on eBay, searching "American Gothic House Laser Kit". The kit is manufactured in small batches, regularly reproduced.
May 25, 2017
1/ unpainted 3D printed body with accessoires (truck frames), to order at my Shapeways Shop. Release date early June 2017.
2/ painted 3D printed body with accessoires (truck frames, dummy poles), will be sold in small quantities on eBay for a fixed price.
Release date end of July 2017 (see photos on the right)
3/ painted and lettered 3D printed body with accessoires (truck frames, dummy poles), will be sold in small quantities on eBay for a fixed price
Release date not yet fixed, aimed for September 2017
Due to very recent pricing changes by Shapeways I cannot yet announce the prices, I need some days more to rework the drawings, the prices will be published soon.
The body is snapping over a standard Tomytec TM-TR04 drive, this drive had to be purchased separately