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I've made some lengths of simple wall mounted bench seating. It comes in 160mm lengths in OO scale. You can just cut the seats to the length you want and glue it onto a wall.





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Could you add church pews to your list to go with Scalecenes church?Also I would be interested in bigger Georgian windows

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I often think .."what next?" ... Church Pews is a great idea, I will do some googling for some suitable photo's and get on to it. 

What size Georgian windows are you looking for. The basic window model is parametric so I can just change the width and height to adjust the size. If you are looking for something slightly different in style I can make some adjustments to the model. (point me at a a photo.)



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Just to let you know, PH Designs (http://www.phd-design-etchings.co.uk/index.php?route=common/home) have done the church pews and they look like they are 3D printed.  This product does not show on the site but Pete Harvey will make them if you contact him.

I found this out on an RMWeb (search for Scalescenes Church) that goes back a couple of years.

I'm not saying you shouldn't do them Peter, but beware of duplication.

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I looked on his site and as you say no Church Pews on display. I think I'll model some anyway. 



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The Georgian windows are for this in 00
I looked at PHP for the pews but they were very expensive





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Nice Georgian houses Richard. :thumbs

Where did you find those ?  I note they were published somewhere in 1980 odd ..............:roll:



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I think it might have been an Railway Modeller, I think it might be mid 80s have been holding the plans for years, with the idea of building them eventually.I can let you have the full article if you want

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I've created some simple Church Pews.  These are 40mm long. I will re-size them to suit the Scalescenes Church when I have worked out how long they should be to suit.




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vulcanbomber wrote: The Georgian windows are for this in 00
I looked at PHP for the pews but they were very expensive







I will model up some windows to suit the Georgian  terrace, but I think you should give me some sizes for me to adjust them to, or alternatively I will give you the window sizes (my best guess) and you would have to make the openings the right size to match. The dormers and entrance porch are also things I could look at modeling.



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Just had an e-mail from Shapeways to say my order has been delayed ..............another week to wait. :cry:



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That,s disappointing Peter ,but at least they were decent enough to  let you know.   Whats the matter with them ,don,t they realise there is a whole forum full waiting to see how how you get on with these.



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Thanks for response
Reply about window size later today
Pews looking good
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I wonder what Shapeways ' problem is. Normally my orders are sent a day or so before the scheduled date.



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Houston, we may have a problem .........................

Just got home to find this from Shapeways Peter.

As I have no idea what these canopy supports should look like off the press, maybe you could tell me if they look OK to you.

They look OK in the "long range" shot but the close up looks as if the cat's had it. :shock::shock::shock:

Let me know and I'll get back to them - or perhaps you could .................:roll::roll:

Ah - not sure you can access the attached photos this way ..............:hmm



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Hi Peter,
I wanted to reach out to you about your order 612842.

Specifically your model: C1 X 7 Scaled. We here at Shapeways try to be as open and upfront as is possible with our community. I have your model in front of me and it looks like it did not leave our printing process unscathed. It looks like the model is missing some details.

Can you review the attached picture and let me know if you would like us to still ship it to you as is?
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With regards to the Georgian windows, the drawing I attached is dimensional correct  with regards to windows, but you need to allow a bit extra for the surrounds.

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Petermac wrote: Houston, we may have a problem .........................

Just got home to find this from Shapeways Peter.

As I have no idea what these canopy supports should look like off the press, maybe you could tell me if they look OK to you.

They look OK in the "long range" shot but the close up looks as if the cat's had it. :shock::shock::shock:

Let me know and I'll get back to them - or perhaps you could .................:roll::roll:

Ah - not sure you can access the attached photos this way ..............:hmm



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Hi Peter,
I wanted to reach out to you about your order 612842.

Specifically your model: C1 X 7 Scaled. We here at Shapeways try to be as open and upfront as is possible with our community. I have your model in front of me and it looks like it did not leave our printing process unscathed. It looks like the model is missing some details.

Can you review the attached picture and let me know if you would like us to still ship it to you as is?
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They look a bit blurred to me, as if the laser was slightly out of focus. If you send me the Customer Service Agent's email address I will take it up with him direct and see if there is something that can be done. 

I had some more done for me last month that are still in the bag. I'll check those out to make sure they printed alright.



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Thanks Peter.

Here's his e-mail address:  service@shapeways.com

As you'll have read, his name is Joost Denissen.

I replied to his saying I'd ask you for your opinion as the designer and that I didn't know if they were right or wrong as I'd never seen them "in the flesh".  (Being Dutch, I wonder what he made of "in the flesh" ..........:roll::lol::lol:)



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Petermac wrote: Thanks Peter.

Here's his e-mail address:  service@shapeways.com

As you'll have read, his name is Joost Denissen.

I replied to his saying I'd ask you for your opinion as the designer and that I didn't know if they were right or wrong as I'd never seen them "in the flesh".  (Being Dutch, I wonder what he made of "in the flesh" ..........:roll::lol::lol:)


I have emailed Shapeways to see if I can get a better handle on what the issue is. 



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It seems Shapeways are more interested in performance figures than getting things right !!!

This came in today after I'd told them the product designer would be in touch:

Hi Peter,
Thanks for your reply.
Please get back to me asap. The order already exceeds it's expected shipping date which is off course not good for our figures but most of all we haven't met the expected date that you have received after ordering the order.
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