jackofalltrades Posted November 12, 2014 Share Posted November 12, 2014 I'm a retired model maker with a small home shop. My areas of interest include small boats, trains, machines, furniture and any interesting subject. I am just beginning to explore model horse drawn vehicles. My models are designed using Rhinoceros 5 solid modeling software with Flamingo rendering software and Rhinocam 2 CAM software. I work mainly in metal, wood and plastic using both manual and digital methods and occasionally farm out laser cutting and 3D printed patterns. When I need multiple metal parts I often make spin-cast pewter parts. The attached picture is of a 1:8 scale model of a 1920 Waterman C14 outboard motor. Parts are cast pewter and brass tube and rod along with a few stock fasteners. I made about 50 of these. These models were made before I went digital. I hope I can learn about areas I lack knowledge in from forum members and am willing to share my experience with others. Jack Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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