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  1. paolo

    My acrylic display cabinet

    Hello, I started buying Japanese model trains last year. At first my plan was to buy only those which could fit into my Tokyo station layout. But of course that plan went out of the window real quick and I had all these Kato and Tomix cases on a shelf; but it seemed like a pity to keep them all there in their boxes. So I started looking around for display cabinets. I wanted one made entirely of acrylic. After a bit of searching, I came across a German manufacturer that could make custom cabinets for all kind of models, including trains. It comes as a kit. It's blue because it has the plastic film protecting the acrylic. Unfortunately, the courier didn't take good care of the shipment... Fortunately, they shipped me the broken pieces at no additional cost. Putting it all together is really quick and easy And here it is with all my Shinkansen trains There are 6 shelves in total; I put two sets per shelf, on two levels. I 3D-printed all the little blocks to rise the tracks in the background. I like the clean look of it
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