CFRiad's TT-Tracks modules

Re: CFRiad's TT-Tracks modules

Postby CFRiad » Wed Oct 28, 2015 1:15 am

milwrd1 wrote:Does it get loose in the foam after awhile?

He, he. That remains to be seen. Ask me again in a year, after 4-5 shows. Anyways, I am planning to remove the legs during transport.
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Re: CFRiad's TT-Tracks modules

Postby CFRiad » Wed Oct 28, 2015 11:44 pm

Main line track installed. Loco sidings to come.
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Re: CFRiad's TT-Tracks modules

Postby CFRiad » Sun Nov 01, 2015 12:09 am

All track installed. Time for the servos.

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Re: CFRiad's TT-Tracks modules

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Re: CFRiad's TT-Tracks modules

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Re: CFRiad's TT-Tracks modules

Postby CFRiad » Fri Mar 04, 2016 1:03 am

Newest frame for modules. I think I set myself a standard...

Richard, thank you for the idea.

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Re: CFRiad's TT-Tracks modules

Postby Bernd » Fri Mar 04, 2016 9:03 am

CFRiad wrote:Newest frame for modules. I think I set myself a standard...

Richard, thank you for the idea.

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Very interesting. What type of wood is that? Looks like either Masonite or 1/8" MDF.

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Re: CFRiad's TT-Tracks modules

Postby CFRiad » Fri Mar 04, 2016 10:32 am

Bernd wrote:
CFRiad wrote:Newest frame for modules. I think I set myself a standard...

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Very interesting. What type of wood is that? Looks like either Masonite or 1/8" MDF.

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It is 1/8 fibre board. The reinforcements are 2x2 pine and the rails are aluminium corners. Everything sits on furniture levelling legs.


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Re: CFRiad's TT-Tracks modules

Postby Bernd » Fri Mar 04, 2016 10:52 pm

CFRiad wrote:It is 1/8 fibre board. The reinforcements are 2x2 pine and the rails are aluminium corners. Everything sits on furniture levelling legs.


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Thanks for the answer. Might have to try that on the next module. Looks quite light weight.

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Re: CFRiad's TT-Tracks modules

Postby CFRiad » Sat Mar 05, 2016 1:31 am

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CFRiad wrote:It is 1/8 fibre board. The reinforcements are 2x2 pine and the rails are aluminium corners. Everything sits on furniture levelling legs.


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Thanks for the answer. Might have to try that on the next module. Looks quite light weight.

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The frame as shown is 650 grams. It will be around 1 kg after the foam, track and switch machines.


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