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BUILDING THE YONAH: A 3D PRINTED HO ENGINE By Alan G. Mueller
Paperback: $20.00
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"Building the Yonah: A 3D Printed HO Engine" is 72 pages devoted to creating the Yonah, a participant in the Great Locomotive Chase that has never been available in HO Scale before. The... More > bulk of the parts are 3D printed parts from Shapeways that were designed by Gerry Dykstra. The book contains complete bills of material, including current prices and vendors, as well as useful engine modeling tips that make the book worthwhile even for those deciding not to build the locomotive at this time. For example, it includes instructions on how to create ankle rails and how to assemble Gerry Dykstra’s new solderless driveshaft kits.< Less
The Mantua General Becomes The Lt. Gen'l Grant By Alan G. Mueller
Paperback: $20.00
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Three dimensional printing (3-D printing) has opened up a whole new world for Civil War era model railroaders. No longer must they be satisfied with improving old Mantua and Bachmann 4-4-0’s in... More > order to pull their trains. Gerry Dykstra, John Ott and Alan Mueller have collaborated to produce or identify everything necessary for the average modeler to turn the HO Scale Mantua General 4-4-0 into a very good representation of the U.S.M.R.R. locomotive Lt. Gen’l Grant. Although not an exact replica of the Grant (which had 66" drivers versus the 60" Mantua drivers), the finished model presents a very good representation of the Grant and has an appearance heretofore not obtainable for the majority of modelers. This book takes you through the conversion step by step. This book is arranged so that the modeler can begin working on the Mantua parts of the locomotive while waiting for the Shapeways parts to arrive< Less
TektonFluid By Burcin Nalinci
Paperback: $78.30
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Current construction methods and materials are losing familiarity with the plasticity of the new architectural forms generated by constantly developing digital design tools and the algorithmic design... More > approach. In order to reunite the processes of design and construction, TektonFluid is envisioned as a construction system that translate bits into atoms through material deposition based on function, creating varied density composites with biotic and abiotic materials. Generators are the fabrication machine, with dual extruders that travel through snail-locomotion during fabrication. Initially fabricated composites are capable of adopting to the changing field-conditions through molecular computation, increasing the life-span of the design object while decreasing waste material. Maker’s Factory is the first hypothesized application of TektonFluid. The factory is a place to design and fabricate at any scale using in-house material production, design center, fabrication units, and post-fabrication storage spaces.< Less

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LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE...LOOK WITHIN YOUR LIFE LOOKING FOR A... By May Lewis
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