Zeuke-TT, what's new?

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where i can by rtr 1bay hopper? Could you give me a link?
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Murad wrote:
Sat Dec 26, 2020 1:35 pm
where i can by rtr 1bay hopper? Could you give me a link?
???
Do you mean the very short 'HMA' Ore Hoppers?
The only TT models I'm aware of were 3D printed and hand decorated/decaled...
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Richard-B wrote:
Sat Dec 26, 2020 2:19 pm
Murad wrote:
Sat Dec 26, 2020 1:35 pm
where i can by rtr 1bay hopper? Could you give me a link?
???
Do you mean the very short 'HMA' Ore Hoppers?CNW-2634R HMA_Taconite.pngCNW112308R HMA_Taconite.pngThe only TT models I'm aware of were 3D printed and hand decorated/decaled...
it was a typo ))
I was talking about 2bay RTR hopper ))
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Murad wrote:
Mon Dec 28, 2020 11:58 am
it was a typo ))
I was talking about 2bay RTR hopper ))
I've nefer mode a tipo miself...!!!

The 2-bay hoppers from TiTan TT [AU] are currently ONLY available in kit form...
The decorated RTR cars are at the pre-production stage...
with Rob Dikken at Zeuke [NL] https://www.zeuke-tt.com managing the process.

It is anticipated that the RTR cars may be available in mid-2021.
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After a long wait, the prototype arrived today. Two remarks and pictures tomorrow.

Remarks:
1) weight: 24,5 gr, the MTB 3-bay hopper is 26 gr
2) the hopper is slightly higher than the MTB hopper, less than 0,5 mm

Tomorrow more.

Ciao,
Rob

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OK guys,

The difference in height is realy minimal, see picture. It is more the impression that the 2-bay hopper is looking more agile more detailed. The trays of the MTB hopper are more massive. The diameter of the wheels are equal: 7,2mm.

So with no further comment, I will release the hopper for production the end of next week.

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Nice, very nice!
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rdikken wrote:
Sun Jan 10, 2021 11:08 am
The difference in height is realy minimal
It looks good from the left coast...
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Honestly if you didn't mention the difference I doubt I'd notice it.
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rdikken wrote:
Sun Jan 10, 2021 11:08 am
OK guys,

The difference in height is realy minimal, see picture. It is more the impression that the 2-bay hopper is looking more agile more detailed. The trays of the MTB hopper are more massive. The diameter of the wheels are equal: 7,2mm.

So with no further comment, I will release the hopper for production the end of next week.

Ciao,
Rob
It really should be the same height as the three-bay car. I'll have to wait to see a finished model to see it it will be a problem.
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