I am making progress on my Sarissa Precision Old West steam engine. The first part I attempted was the tender.
This went together really easily and is a clever design, turning what is flat pieces of MDF into a three dimensional model. Laser-cut MDF models use to be mainly buildings, or thing with straight lines, however companies like Sarissa Precision have taken it to the next level, using flat MDF to create complicated curved models such as the steam engine.
It has to be said that the tender is more akin to the buildings with slab sides, though I do like the angled tender sides at the top.
It wasn’t the easiest of builds and I found the instructions slightly confusing, but I got there in the end.