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RE : Re: [Z_Scale] Micro-Trains Turnouts - remotesizing

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  • Don Avila
    Uwe: Thanks, now I see what was done. Hope you just window shopped and saved for some of the new Z-goodies coming along. I know about the cutting of a
    Message 1 of 39 , Mar 25, 2007
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      Uwe:

      Thanks, now I see what was done. Hope you just window shopped and
      saved for some of the new Z-goodies coming along. I know about the
      cutting of a perfectly good part, especially with just a tiny slip and
      now a NOT perfectly good part.

      ...don

      --- In z_scale@yahoogroups.com, Uwe Liermann <maillist@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hello Don,
      >
      > Sorry for answering late, I've been shopping... like in "If the going
      > gets tough... the though goes shopping... with wife and kid..." ;-))

      > [snip]
      .
      > ...the hardest part was to cut and drill at a perfectly working turn
      > out... just like parachuting: why jumping out of a plane at 10 000 ft
      > if the plane is flying perfectly well? ;-))
      >
      > --
      > GreetingZ
      > Uwe
      >
    • Don Avila
      Uwe: Thanks, now I see what was done. Hope you just window shopped and saved for some of the new Z-goodies coming along. I know about the cutting of a
      Message 39 of 39 , Mar 25, 2007
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        Uwe:

        Thanks, now I see what was done. Hope you just window shopped and
        saved for some of the new Z-goodies coming along. I know about the
        cutting of a perfectly good part, especially with just a tiny slip and
        now a NOT perfectly good part.

        ...don

        --- In z_scale@yahoogroups.com, Uwe Liermann <maillist@...> wrote:
        >
        > Hello Don,
        >
        > Sorry for answering late, I've been shopping... like in "If the going
        > gets tough... the though goes shopping... with wife and kid..." ;-))

        > [snip]
        .
        > ...the hardest part was to cut and drill at a perfectly working turn
        > out... just like parachuting: why jumping out of a plane at 10 000 ft
        > if the plane is flying perfectly well? ;-))
        >
        > --
        > GreetingZ
        > Uwe
        >
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