I have a page on laying track on cork, and eventually adding ballast
I've used IBL cork because I liked the way it looks, but you could use any
type. Strips are easiest, and with the tiny size of Z, bend easily for the
curves. I highly recommend hot melt glue because it dries in 20 seconds,
eliminating the need for pins. It's also easy to pull up if you make a
mistake or need to move the track.
At 01:41 AM 11/7/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>Is there anyone with either info. or a webpage on
>how to do cork on foam? Specifically how to do
>those tight radius curves. Do I soak the cork?
>How best to hold it down to cork, and still keep
>the curve. Does wet cork ruin the adhesive
>Any step-by-step info. is welcome