Although most people have heard of laser-cut and 3-D printed model railway parts and kits, most modellers have little knowledge or experience of them. This fascinating and well-illustrated book describes in easily understandable, non-technical language how these machines work and how railway modellers can use them to produce remarkable models for their layouts. With reference to the different modelling scales, the author discusses in detail the advantages and disadvantages of different types of machines, and the materials they employ.
This informative book, which is brimming with helpful advice, is essential reading for all those who wish to improve their railway modelling skills by learning how to use laser cutting and 3-D printing technology.
Card cover, 208 pages