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Old 01-23-2017, 07:55 PM
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Here's the homepage of the designer of that model: Hiroji Chiba, PAPERART-C : Card Model
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Old 01-23-2017, 08:08 PM
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few of those are on canon but heaps more on there.thanks for link
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Thanks For the link !!!
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Hi Dabeer

What I have found so far with the printing of artworks on laser and getting it say on the paper and not flake is the paper type.

I have been battling with one of the pages of the train that is a optional extra for adding coal stack to the train and paper that I started with, that part of the artwork would not stay stuck, but I tried a bit a of more textured paper same 160gm paper and it worked first time.
I must see how it goes when I work the paper.

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I'll definitely be watching this to see your opinion on ink vs laser. I have a stack of rockets that I printed at work on what I thought was a pretty nice laser, but due to dissatisfaction with the print detail and toner flaking at bends, I may be reprinting them all on my Canon.

The train looks very cool. One of these days I may have to take it on for my dad.
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I did try out a laser printer for my Millimodels but found that the ink came away from the paper when rolling small radius curves, even on the boilers in some cases, never mind the chimneys etc.

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Hi Robin

That is what I am finding right now with the build, I have had to change the way I mark the bends and the way I fold and roll parts have to be done in a more careful way.

The the Main boiler I have not had the problem of the link/powder coming off the paper yet, I am getting now to the point where is a lot more rolling work that is needed for the model.

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Old 02-01-2017, 06:53 PM
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I pulled mine out today and took some pics for you guys.





I built these when only Japanese instructions were available. Lucky for me the Canon models all have a lot of diagrams in their instruction sheets! The figure along side is a Lionel Large Scale (G Scale) engineer from a New York Central atlantic that I have. BTW the black pipes going from the smoke box to the steam chests are styrene.
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Old 02-01-2017, 07:00 PM
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nice to see how ''TOY TRAIN''is supposed to look when finished
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Old 02-02-2017, 01:11 AM
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Well, those models aren't very popular in southern Poland. I haven't seen them on exhibitions in my region except ToyTrain. Last Year in Ruda Śląska this model been exhibited (this is NOT my model).
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Old 02-02-2017, 08:29 PM
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That's a lot more detailed. I love the weathering and the embossed rivets. Just goes to show what a good model maker can do with a bit of imagination for an out-of-the-box kit.
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