09 December 2021
With 3D-printed models arriving in stock to its own designs, the retailer increases its offerings for modellers.
Model retailer Gaugemaster has produced an extensive range of new detailed scenic accessories to its own designs. 3D-printed and painted, the new models join its existing Kestrel Designs range and are available in 2mm:1ft (N) and 4mm:1ft (OO) scales.
Included as part of this release are black metal-type litter bins, metal dustbins – a common sight outside houses prior to wheelie bins – yellow grit boxes, a telephone box, letterboxes, lineside cabinets, round concrete bollards, a pack of orange skips, wheelie bins and oil drums in red, green and blue colours. Accessories manufactured span the popular transitional era of the late-1950s and 1960s to the present day, covering the needs of most modellers.
Those pictured are its 4mm:1ft scale variants, with the exception of the lineside cabinets which are 2mm:ft scale, demonstrating that even in the smaller scale, finer printed detail such as locks and hinges remains visible.
For further details, including current pricing and availability, visit the Gaugemaster Retail website.
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