naki_k wrote:Too big to 3D print then (yet).
You could have a burgeoning business idea here reproducing all these parts.
God yes - far too big to print....even in sections. It would cost a fortune. But vac-forming them, now that might work.
As for business ideas, I just look at the part and wonder "can it be reproduced cost effectively", especially if it is NLA. Like the carpet retaining clips you needed for the Green Daimler : these can very easily be reproduced by 3D printing.....all I need is a good enough example to 3D scan. If I can collect enough of these smaller parts to scan in then the cost will be minimal.