I gave a clinic at the 2016 SER NMRA Convention in Huntsville titled “3D Printing for Modelers“. The building was created to fit within a shadow box for ease of carry and was really just a backdrop for various 3D printed models – Transformers, bushings, insulators, pipe fittings and hydrant. The idea was that talking about 3D printing would be better if the clinician could point out the end results.
I wasn’t sure at first what to do with it after the convention – but yesterday I realized that I could stick it in the left-side of the layout. When I posted a photo to Facebook someone asked ‘how I did it’ etc. I figured that since I would have to add some ‘more structure’ and this would give me a chance for a SBS on the process.