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A close friend works for KTwo and has nagged and nagged to produce a trailer of theirs, so I've been tinkering with one of their Ejector trailers as seen in the what's on your workbench topic. Built up as a laser cut kit the process started on Solid Works CAD software, from that a series of 2D dxf files are created and these are fed into my laser cutter. The parts are sanded down and assembled into the finished model. 

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A start to the CAD file getting the shapes and functions right. 

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After some discussion with the friend the refinements where made giving the above CAD. 

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Which becomes the above real model. 

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Building up the detail

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Ejector floor and headboard working as per the real vehicle. 

 

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