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Scratchbuilt cart

Posted by Paul on 16 Sep 2013, 12:18

Made using plastic from a CD case
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A "How to" HERE
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Posted by KenzoSato on 16 Sep 2013, 20:23

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Posted by Peter on 16 Sep 2013, 21:47

Again a nice built cart! :thumbup:

Did you count your fingers after cutting the plastic? :mrgreen:
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Posted by Ochoin on 19 Nov 2015, 13:56

I remember this project & went looking for it as need some simple carts. God stuff.

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Posted by vellek on 19 Nov 2015, 22:32

Nice result and great tutorial
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Posted by Mário on 19 Nov 2015, 22:36

Hello!
I also like to scrath build some items for my table top armies. But the hardest thing are the spoked weels. I see that you used some spare weels, but that is something I do not have anymore.
You are a mester scratchbuilder of accessories (houses, carts, etc,), Do you have a simlple way to do spoked weels or a supply of this so necessary item?
Thank you.
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Posted by Paul on 20 Nov 2015, 10:12

Mário wrote:Do you have a simlple way to do spoked weels or a supply of this so necessary item?
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Unfortunately not. I use spare wheels from where ever I can find them. There are a couple of Shops who sell wagon wheels but I can´t find them at the Moment.
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Posted by Ochoin on 21 Nov 2015, 02:04

Wheels are always an issue.

A solution is to locate someone with a 3 D printer: I'm lucky to have a young guy with one, setting up a small business just near me. Then, for a small amount of money get as many wheels as you need.


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Posted by Kekso on 24 Nov 2015, 12:00

Nice tutorial with very good results Paul. Thanks.
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