I have been using my own designs since I started, so know what works and what does not for my designs. I am sure the designs you were initially talking about are superb, but what I did not like was the comment saying that WSF was 'not for serious modelling'. That unfortunately is not correct, and might put some off the material. It is possibly just a slip of the tongue, but does not come over very well. Granted that is my opinion, but I am trying to redress the imbalance caused by some who might not have used the material like I have.
Interestingly nylon is now being introduced to the home 3D printing market . Every material has its uses, and is better for some things than others. I have followed threads on other forums concerning various types of plastic for 3D printing, and for what I am doing, WSF is the best., My track needs a strong and flexible plastic, not something that will break easily.
Unfortunately there have not been many articles in the model railway press about 3D printing, and it is still a big mystery to most people. When I show my track and models to people, most people are amazed. It is a pity that photographs often highlight some of the deficiencies of 3D printing, which are not as obvious to the naked eye.
Narrow gauge Francophile interested in 1m, 60cm,50cm , 40cm and smaller gauges . Build in scales from 1/6th to 1/24th. Also 1/32nd and 1/35th using 16.5mm track to represent 50cm and 60cm gauges. http://www.rue-d-etropal.com