As I have mentioned in the past, I have started using 3D printing for my personal Minimum Gauge models. I recently purchased a fully licenced copy of Solidworks 2016 for my design engineering contracting business and I am using this to generate new 3D models for printing on Shapeways as well.
My primary modelling scale is 1:32n20 (1:32 on 16.5mm track), but as it is relatively easy to scale parts up to 1:24 I will be providing most of the models in that scale as well. Many of these models have not been printed (in Beta); they are brand new and I haven't had a chance to put an order in yet!
Here are samples of two of the newest models:
A small rail mounted hand crane suitable for small estate railways or workshops:
Reversible bench seats modeled after those found on the Groudle Glen carriages:
The latter are also available in eight-packs to save money.
Other new products include Gn15 Heywood Early Cars, Operating Gn15 Heywood couplers, 1:32 sugar cane cars, 1:24 axes, 1:32 portable track ties and assembly jigs and even monorail track and (display) cars.
To see all of these, please see our Shapeways store: https://www.shapeways.com/shops/keeneye
Despite the fact that I have eight binders of drawings and catalog pages full of ideas for future products, I am quite happy to entertain requests for new products. I am especially interested in hearing people's wish lists: sets of tools, domestic tools, basic cars, machinery, couplers, detail parts? Please message me with your requests.
Happy modeling! I plan to have more models available on Shapeways soon and I will keep updating the Gnatterbox as Gn15 parts are uploaded.