Thanks for the jigs GSax! Just waiting on track to show up before building my modules.
Surprisingly quiet. Nice to see one in action after the long delivery schedule. I would prefer a Gerd paint job, but just having it is good....
Jeff, Yes I've bought a Gerd-built MP15 and am very happy with it. I would buy more small switchers as long as they don't look like a...
And a no-brainer for me! ;)
Loren, top notch buddy. So realistic. -James
Your question "How many inches are needed for a 90 degree turn" is answered with the following:
The Track radius
Since track radius...
Good to hear from you. As for your question, the answer is Mi-Jack! I need several for a module I am planning.
Jeff, did you mean in the text below the picture to say "The tab on the left is incorrect." ?
Interesting idea - I'll try it on my SD-70s with...
I prefer not to see nail heads on my layout, so I usually tack down the track with superglue, then complete the track laying with ballasting with...
Dave, have you looked to see if any flash or debris is not allowing the coupler to move that direction?
Maybe a thin piece of copper sheet on top of the magnet which your wire could be soldered to it? The magnet should still work through it.
Excellent work there Ben! Looking forward to having several of these.
Great looking background and display modeling. You done good Davy.
I'm glad it helped. Another "trick" is to pour the resin in a thin stream, so the air bubbles break there too.
Vacuum will also work to get the bubbles out. If your mold set is small enough, the food type vacuum pumps and containers (like FoodSaver) can...
Loren, you're a champ!
They haven't been available for quite awhile. I'm now using magnetic wire soldered in it's place, as I've experienced the springs act like a fuse...
I had to use translate.google.com to read his pages, so see if you can get the info that way. I'll try to location my chassis and digital...
I prefer the LG Thek chassis, but I also have one from craft-s.com which is even tinier, but not cheap.
Yeah, that was HoboTim. His build thread the steps to put it all together.