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And done

By my standards, under a year from considering a project to it becoming a thing is some kind of speed record. Presenting the RNAD crew van, an 009 kit in 3d print and etched nickel silver. This has leapfrogged a … Continue reading

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And now in colour

If you want a job doing properly… get someone else to do it. Perhaps not the usual way that idiom goes, but its worked out well here. With a rather hectic run-up to ExpoNG I realised I wouldn’t have the … Continue reading

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Evolution of the species

I thought it might be interesting to show the process I went through to get to a suitable 3D print for the Baguley-Drewry kit. From R-L: The initial Shapeways print of the 60hp, which encouraged me to continue but had … Continue reading

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Nearly there

As with all my projects, the RNAD Baguley-Drewry kit has been grinding along in fits and starts, but with the self-imposed* deadline of ExpoNG at the end of October looming its become time to make final arrangements. I’d already decided … Continue reading

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Soft (re)launch

After an unexpectedly long period of development (I actually started on it this time last year), I’ve finally got the v2 Narrow Planet site to a state where I’m comfortable with letting people try it. So it’s online now at … Continue reading

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