Re: Functional Catenary
- JA, JA, JA. I agree with Steve. I miss to tell you that in addition
to the great guessing job, it is a swet generator and time comsuming
pain, but highly recommended as strees reducer.
By the way, do somebody know where can I buy this kind of smart
spiders? I need some for my big layout. :-)))
--- In email@example.com, "Steven Delibert" <STEVDEL@p...>
> That's great! But for Z-scale catenary, I've always thought itwould be
> easier to train a couple of spiders than to build the stuff myself!those
> Steve Delibert
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <jcarloslm@y...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Monday, March 03, 2003 1:53 PM
> Subject: [z_scale] Functional Catenary
> Yesterday, after 10 hours of guessing surgery work, finaly I fully
> assembled my track and catenary sets (O+e+t1+t2+t3+Catenary for
> Ok, I can describe it with one word: GORGEOUS.
- Hi again:
QUESTION: Is it possible to re-use the catenary stuff????????
I mean, conectors (white and grey plastic elements), bended wires,
- Juan Carlos Lopez wrote:
>Yes all of my catenary was bought used and works quite well.
> Hi again:
> QUESTION: Is it possible to re-use the catenary stuff????????
> I mean, conectors (white and grey plastic elements), bended wires,
- Actually, I think it would be easier to train even DUMB spiders than to
string your own -- but maybe your eyesight isn't 59 years old yet . . .
----- Original Message -----
> By the way, do somebody know where can I buy this kind of smart
> spiders? I need some for my big layout. :-)))
> Take care