• Model making - one step further

    After the yard and the work outside under the midnight sun definitely have priority in summer, in September / October I can with a clear conscience pay more attention to the space at the desk / work table and work creatively on a small scale. So it's time to leave a few words here again. 2021 is now two weeks old and many have ...

  • Little things

    It's time for a little update again. Even if I haven't written anything for over three months, a lot has happened in the background. On the one hand, I continued to work on the Saxon G1 freight car and corrected some dimensions according to new findings, on the other hand I also worked on smaller models, also to see what was technically ...

  • Prusa SL1 - It is printed!

    I am currently producing components and models using three different manufacturing techniques - metal etching, 3D printing and laser cut. Since all of my digital templates are now created as vector graphics in Adobe Illustrator, I am relatively flexible in choosing the technology and can choose the appropriate process depending on the requirements. The whole thing has one disadvantage, however. In Norway there are no ...

  • Freight cars in era I

    Era I extends from the first train journey between Nuremberg and Fürth in 1835 to the establishment of the Deutsche Reichsbahn in 1920. For a better overview, Era I is therefore divided into four sub-eras. Era I a 1835 to 1875 Era I b 1875 to 1895 Era I c 1895 to 1910 Era I d 1910 to ...

  • Welcome

    Welcome to my TT Finescale page. In the future, everything here will revolve around fine, prototypical model making on the TT scale 1: 120 - the track of the center. My personal interest lies in Era I in what was then the Kingdom of Saxony. As a result, the main focus will be on the Royal Saxon State Railways. Finescale model making means few industrial models, more small series and a lot of self-construction. Next to the…

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