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Luke Towan, a scenery dioramas and modeling artist in Australia, made a miniature version of his house with LCD resin 3D printer, Anet N4.
Luke gets accurate dimensions of his house with a measuring tape. The modeling the Anet N4 is sized to be HO scale, 1:87 scale (3.5 mm to 1 foot).
3-D-printed replicas house
Some parts of the house need to be separated into sections small enough to fit in the printable area.
Anet N4 LCD resin 3D printer
Enjoy your creation like what Luke said in his YouTube channel, "Don’t be afraid to jump in the deep end and have a go at building your own scenery dioramas and models because if your anything like me you’ll surprise yourself at how easy it is to make some great looking and very realistic models."