Drawn using TinkerCad
After some searching around and looking at my options re shapeways and other Aussie options based in Melbourne.
I was lucky enough to speak to a mate in town who had a 3D printer and use it.
Saving hundreds of dollars and the uncertainty that it would print correctly.
We did have a small issue with the top section of the larger piece (The silo is printed in two sections) but with Tim’s experience it wasn’t an issue and he just printed a new top. (See below)
Now to mount it onto some timber and work out how to fit it into the layout. Not sure I want it permanently fixed or not.
Details and painting coming soon!