73599Re: [Z_Scale] Double slip turnout "handedness"
- Nov 23, 2013Ok thank you but, for example: I have a Left Hand set but the 2 cut
tracks from the Right Hand set, what prevents me to use
them on the "crossing" line ends? Is it a matter of orientation respect
to what? :(
On 23/11/2013 13:10, Alan Cox wrote:
> On Sat, 23 Nov 2013 12:20:16 +0100
> tpalex <tpalex@...> wrote:
>> I don't get it yet :)
>> Is this one Left or Right hand? Which different behavior should I
>> expect for the other "hand"?
> See the two links I posted earlier. The difference is in the two extra
> tracks you get with the product not with the actual crossing element
> itself. Those need to be different depending which way your crossing is
> oriented for something like a branch line coming off a mainline or a
> crossing through three lines.
> As I said earlier...
>>> Think carefully about how it fits together. For a "left hand" you need
>>> the short two tracks trimmed on one side, for a "right hand" you need the
>>> trimming the other way. In the Märklin case the geometry difference is in
>>> the point but in the Rokuhan case its in the 'cut' tracks - but you still
>>> have the handedness there.
>>> See the page on 1999 which explains this.
> Don't look at the crossing piece in the picture look at the two trimmed
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