Ah yes, I forgot - I'm building a model of the Toblerone Express:

And again, more clockwork dragon.
Current background music: Atom TM - Ich bin meine Maschine

Haven't posted in a while because life reasons, so to compensate I'm showing tonight's effort on painting the clockwork dragon (still a couple aeons away from being finished...)

The first draft of the interiors with the nearly correct measures and their fitting on the Bda 2/2 body.

Bda 2/2 out of supports (removed those without particular care, this isn't the final print anyway)

More pictures of the Bda 2/2, still on the supports but after washing with IPA

Further work on the Meiringen - Innertkirchen battery railcar Bda 2/2 in 1/87. After some "fine tuning" of the side tickness, it now printed well - and the interiors are fitting quite as expected. I will have to reduce the interiors of a couple tenth of millimeter, because I forgot to take the resin expansion into account :p but I am quite satisfied

When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. And what happens if life (or better, your 3D printer) gives you a failed print?
Stay tuned and you'll find out..

Went to the swiss transportation museum in Lucerne today, me and @codewiz met an old friend...

Since I mentioned I am into scale modeling and 3D printing, here is today's print - the interior of a swiss battery-powered railcar (Bda 2/2, produced by SIG and Sécheron in 1946) of the Meiringen - Innertkirchen Bahn.

Model scale is 1/87 (continental Europe H0). This is a test print to check dimensional tolerances, hence the "topographic" effect.
The rest of the railcar is being designed as I write.

I currently haven't got much to post, so I'll share a video of my motorcycle trip which included the lunch encounter with @codewiz

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