Mossys 3D Models

Discussion in 'Workshop Benches' started by Mossy, May 19, 2022.

  1. paul_l

    paul_l Staff Member Administrator

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    I remember the red and white colours but normally spirally painted on a revolving cylinder outside the Barber shop, but for life of me can't remember him handing out signals when asking customers "Something for the weeked Sir ?", I was young at the time, and had I been armed with that information may have gone more often and taken up the offer :avatar:

    A small servo would just finish it off nicely.

    Paul
     
  2. York Paul

    York Paul Staff Member Moderator

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    I may be wrong but wasn't there a revolving red and white pole barber shop somewhere along the botton of College Road in Stoke... Queen Anne Street in Shelton was nearby so maybe "something for the weekend " could be found there after receiving a short back and sides. :avatar:
     
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  3. Mossy

    Mossy A classic grump Yorkshire man Full Member

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    Paul

    Something for the weekend - i.e. a very simple weekend project NOT a prophylactic, you naughty boy!

    It would be very easy to remove the small spigot on the bottom of the pole and insert some brass rod to connect up to a servo should one wish
     
  4. Andy_Sollis

    Andy_Sollis Staff Member Moderator

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    Wasn’t there one on Blythe Bridge station opposite the Signal box?
     
  5. paul_l

    paul_l Staff Member Administrator

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    Cyril Bradshaws Barber shop, right at the end of the station building next to the level crossing, recieved many a short back n sides from Cyril.

    Paul
     
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  6. Mossy

    Mossy A classic grump Yorkshire man Full Member

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    Having faffed about with the barbers pole, I felt the need to play with fusion and found sketches of a couple of obscure NER coaches. Amazingly they were measured in situ at Scarborough Station. 3 of the all thirds and 1 brake third had been dismounted and used as a shooting range for the use of the railway staff. After all the lessons learned with the low arc's these were drawn taking all that into account.

    Diagram 58 Third:
    Dgm 58 Third 33333.jpg

    Diagram 50 Brake Third:
    Dgm 58 Third 33333.jpg

    Obviously being dismounted there's no details of the running gear, but I have a drawing of a similar coach built around the same time, so it's running gear has been used, after all who's going to say yes or no. Just to wind up Paul - no plans to print them! Yet!
     
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    paul_l Staff Member Administrator

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    Ah Mossy, there's always tomorrow to print them, or by recent events maybe Sunday :avatar:

    Am I missing something the two models look very similar

    Paul
     
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    They look identical.
     
  9. paul_l

    paul_l Staff Member Administrator

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    wait for it ............... :drums: :drums: :drums: :facepalm:
     
  10. Mossy

    Mossy A classic grump Yorkshire man Full Member

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    Yes cos a dopy b.....r has loaded the same pic twice! Senior moment corrected.
    Dgm 59 Brake Third B333.jpg
     
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    Mossy A classic grump Yorkshire man Full Member

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    The same dopey b also used an old chassis.

    Chassis.jpg
     
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    It's Sunday no picks of the prints yet ....... yer slipping :avatar:
     
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    Mossy A classic grump Yorkshire man Full Member

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    Decorating all day new settee due tomorrow then new carpet later in the week. Domestic duties most of the week. Anyway far to much to finish off on the lo arcs, plus the body doesn't fit my build plate except at an extreme angle,
     
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    Ah ..... the excuses are starting, so guys probably next week then :avatar:

    We know he can't resist .......
     
  15. Mossy

    Mossy A classic grump Yorkshire man Full Member

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    Wind up merchant.
     
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    I do my best :avatar:
     
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    Mossy A classic grump Yorkshire man Full Member

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    The house is in a state of chaos as decorating continues and everything I have been building is stashed out of reach, but I had been granted a two day reprieve from the paint brush, roller or paste brush, so what to do with only Fusion 360 to play with? I fancied something completely new and stumbled across a drawing of a wood and steel set of buffer stops, totally useless without a layout but something to do. 3 sketches later:

    Buffer Stop 1.jpg

    That was yesterday, today I have been going through all my incomplete Fusion projects (there are plenty) and decided to play with a G3 gunpowder van (a steel body on a wooden chassis, and sporting wooden brake blocks). The only sketch is in a copy of the wagon diagram book and only had basic details, so some of this was best guess. The chassis and running gear was complete, the body 95% done with just the door locking mechanism to do. But nothing done about the roof. It now looks like this, still not sure about the roof it's as shown in the diagram book but. For now it's the best I could do without some good photos, so it won't be on the print schedule till I'm sure about it. I now need something to play with tonight.

    G3 Body and roof.jpg
     
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    Check your email!! :avatar::avatar::avatar:
     
  19. Mossy

    Mossy A classic grump Yorkshire man Full Member

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    I have and already replied :facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:
     
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    Mossy A classic grump Yorkshire man Full Member

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    Third and final playtime before I'm back decorating. I tried modelling this roughly 2 years ago but it never felt right so it got abandoned, two years later and far more experienced with Fusion, I knew how to fix those inconsistences, NER Snowplough No 7, with it's identical mate No 8 built in 1888 especially for the Rosedale branch which for most of it's length ran at an altitude over 1000ft and notorious for being blocked by snow for weeks on end. This one will definitely be on the 'to be printed' schedule, perhaps even 2 of them.

    Snow Plough No 7.jpg

    Snow Plough No 7-1.jpg
     

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