The story of my modelling week so far is the boring reality of commerce.
Enough of my wagon kits were sold at ExpoNG a couple of weeks ago that I need to replenish the stocks at Narrow Planet.
It's a nice problem to have, I suppose.
I find the best way to tackle it is to try and blitz it over a couple of days.
If you get into a good rhythm, and the atmospheric conditions in the house are conducive, I find I can complete a casting cycle every every half hour or so.
Most of the designs need two sets of each casting per wagon so if I'm going really well I can knock out one an hour if everything's going smoothly.
Factor a full time job and family life into the equation, however, and I regard it as good progress if I can get a set of bits for two wagons made each day.
How you 3D printing people must shake your heads and laugh at the labour-intensiveness of it all!