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- Fri Aug 23, 2019 9:08 am
- Forum: Layout Track & Design
- Topic: DCC wiring/points etc etc
- Replies: 10
- Views: 158
Hi Rob - you obviously need to do a bit of reading, but you could answer a couple of questions, for example, how big is this layout - how big is big? You say you need at least one power booster - sometimes these are not necessary - how much of the layout will be outdoors? BB
Hi Artur - sorry to sate the obvious, but are you cutting the track "top to bottom"? There is a right and wrong way to use these cutters. I almost always got a nice clean cut. BB
They look fine Roger - I hadn't heard of Hardy figures until Steve/Brian (WTD) mentioned them the other day. I had a look at there (Hardy's) site, and there are some great figures available - will be adding to my shopping list. Barry
Welcome StuartP - You've joined a great forum, with lots of help, information and fun. I (we) look forward to see how you proceed - don't forget, anything your not sure about just ask. BB
I have been painting a wagon kit (Steve M built one some months back), and I used Humbrol Enamel Brown Matt (173). I stirred it vigorously (nothing like a bit of vigor) - but when dry it has a silk finish. Would this have been through applying the paint to sparingly?
Mine are thirty nine inches ( a metre) - this enabled me, as was mentioned by WTD, to fit kitchen base units (with legs) under the boards. I say with legs as this allows me to slide storage boxes (Hobbycraft) under the units. In some areas I have used wall units, which are shallower, depth wise. It ...