Now that the basic shape of the missing wheelhouse has been modeled, time for additional work: doors !
Wheelhouse was also lowered by one centimeter (cut from the bottom) to get closer to scale size.
The holes in the hinges accomodating the pivot pins were actually printed and not drilled.
Just had to wiggle the pins in and that's it. Door was deburred with a box cutter. Would require some sanding or "polishing" with a Dremel it I were to use it but it is already very useable.
Might have to come up with a functional door handle or some kind of mechanism to keep the door closed although the hinges offer some frinction and prevent the door from flapping.
I haven't printed a new wheelhouse with hinges. I first have to think of the interior: panels, wheel and controls, ...
I'm thinking of just adding some brackets all around the wheelhouse (mid-height) on which I would then glue finished assemblies.
Need to get pics from late 1960s tugs interior. And keep in mind that there's the FiFi brass pipe going through the back of the wheelhouse down to the hull.