i dont have any experience of his parts but remember that they are just the frames and the sheets. no fittings.
My experience of laser bcut parts is that they are very accurate but the cut edge is extreamly hard. you may even need to concider anealing the item if it needs altering. i found flame cut items much nicer.
Well Peter he has produced some laser cut brass side frames for me for a stainner OO gauge mogul and there bang on size and have only required a little filing on the edges just to square off the metal.
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