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Offline ixldoc  
#1 Posted : 21 February 2019 07:19:40(UTC)
ixldoc

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Joined: 18/11/2015(UTC)
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Location: Brisbane,Australia
Hi again,
The next load developed was inspired by a Pocher wagon from the early 50's. Arnaldo was a model manufacturer way ahead of his time.
He produced another version under the name ARPO when he was supplying Metropolitan among others.
The feature that caught my eye was the brass rod arrangement to support the containers.
His items were moulded but this was not an option for me so I had to make the containers out of individual parts and screw them together.
I am sure a 3D printer would make short work of them, but hey, were's the fun?
The hard part was milling the top section with protruding holes for the rods. Each vessel has an outer brass shell, inner Delrin core and three top bits.

Pocher acid wagon 2.jpg
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Teksid 6.jpg

Cheers,
Howard.

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