2944Re: [z_scale] re- turnouts
- Jan 31, 2001Thanks for your comments Don. I had considered injection moulding but its
use would be dependant on possile demand. Is there sufficient demand out
there to make it a feasible proposition?
At the moment I am working on producing high quality hand -built turnouts
and possibly cross-overs.
Keep in touch.
>From: "Don Bouchard" <dgbouchard@...>_________________________________________________________________________
>Subject: Re: [z_scale] re- turnouts
>Date: Sun, 28 Jan 2001 06:41:23 -0000
> The use of flexable molds have their place, turnouts should not be one
>them in a production situations. Instead an injection mold could be
>that would produce very accurate parts(for less money than you would
>imagine). As far as soldering,I think your right, it is fine in very
>numbers or in very high production but in the numbers that would sell in Z
>scale I don't think it would be cost efficient.
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>Techniques would include
> >flexible moulds and polyester type resins. The use of soldered
> >construction is too labour intensive to be viable.
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