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    I am looking for a pattern maker that makes 3D train patterns that are rather detailed. Not wanting a portrait style pattern. More interested in something that is realistic looking. I think I had seen something like this but can not remember where or who. Anyone seen anything like this and do you have a link?? Thanks.
    John T.

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    Are you thinking Intarsia? Or compound cutting?
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      Not sure what you call it. It is not either. But I did find some from Scroller LTD They are basically grown up toys where the train is made from pieces of wood. I also found an elaborate fret sawn one by Pedro from Spain. These are all 3 D Thanks.
      John T.

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        We would like to see some pictures when you are finised. Thanks
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          If I get some done over the summer I sure will. I just did a show last Sat and at my shows I always like to ask people what they would like to see me carry in my inventory. I got trains as a response a couple times. I have been trying to change over my line of projects this past year and added quite a few new items and next year I hope to have even more new things. I try to incorporate something for everyone. Mostly clocks is what I do but I have many things and will keep adding.
          John T.

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            Is this the type of train your looking for?http://toysandjoys.com/74-locomotive...al-burner.html
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            • #7
              Originally posted by keystonecop View Post
              Is this the type of train your looking for?http://toysandjoys.com/74-locomotive...al-burner.html
              yes thanks. I ordered a pattern from scroller that looks like this and when I get it I will look to see if it is the same thing. I may order this one too. This will be something different than what I am used to doing. I may try to down size these patterns. That is quite long.
              John T.

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