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Started by The Fat Controller, November 28, 2013, 11:14:27 PM
Quote from: Jeff on December 04, 2013, 12:46:15 AMNow would be a good time for H-J to stumble in and explain to TFC how the Helix Tool works in AR...
Quote from: RhB_HJ on December 04, 2013, 07:59:50 PMOK, so we have a bit more info. What are those 350x200mm black blobs at the bottom? Masonary columns? Is the space between them open? What is the large red no-go area on the right? How about some pictures??
Quote from: Jeff on December 09, 2013, 12:31:29 AMWell, keep us updated, if you will. This is getting all the more interesting to us 'Elder Users' in the forum. AND, please open a new file and have a go at using N scale [specifically code 80 N scale]. I recommend the code 80, in your case, since it will accommodate any rolling stock or train size. Consider that a nice radius is 22", since that is like 40" in HO scale. Then take a look at catalog listings of your typical ore wagons and note the size, in N scale. What might be 4 or 5" in HO becomes 2 1/2-3" in N and that means longer trains and generally a lot more operating in a given space.