Re: The slight radius Track in the MTL Turnouts!
- Hobo :o)
The 490mm 13 degree track section is the part you are refering to.
Yes, we will be bulk packaging those as well, if you need a few extra
I might have them laying around but no promises. We only had a few
painted up for testing, and have only gotten enough for the switches
we have. Let me know what you need.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "sgt_tim7" <sgt_tim1@...> wrote:
> No, no, you have mis-understood my request! Inside of each MTL
> Turnout pack is (1) Turnout[Right or Left] (1) modified straight
> piece of track, and (1) slight radius track (I forgot what the
> degree of radius it is so I call it slight). MTL does not make
> one radius track available separately! But, I need 6 more of them
> to complete the track in my Intermodal Yard Module!
> I apologize if I have misled people into thinking I was refering to
> the turnout itself!
> Here is a link to a photo of what I am trying to make. This side
> complete, need the 6 track sections for the other side of the
> Thank you!
> Hobo Tim
> --- In email@example.com, Reynard Wellman <micron@> wrote:
> > Hi Hobo Tim,
> > I like your description of a turnout with a "slight radius".
> > It is actually more understandable to new railroaders
> > than "#8 turnout" or 10.5° turnouts. We don't walk around
> > with protractors in our head or length to angle sine ratios
> > in our pockets. "Slight radius" is great because it describes
> > exactly what we need---smoother operations, especially for
> > our Z scale featherweight trains.
> > Good luck. I think you can get some through Aspen Models,
> > though they are very fragile. And I still recommend the MTL
> > "sharp radius" turnouts because they are very sturdy!
> > RegardZ,
> > Reynard
> > On Nov 26, 2006, at 6:55 PM, sgt_tim7 wrote: