The flexible roadbed track (FRT) from Rokuhan is the most
astonishing development for small scale model railroading
I have ever seen. For years I've worked with N and Z scale
track and have found the previous track performance for those scales
mediocre at best (except for Kato being the first to make a sensible
roadbed imbedded solenoid for N scale).
This on the heels of Rokuhan's Z scale imbedded actuation turnouts!
This is the kind of engineering which has been so sorely needed
to make our smaller scales more widely acceptable and should
consequentially make us think of Z and Nn3 as more than just
a cute oval on a coffee table.
Operations, mainline route switching, yard freight routing, galore!
Thanks, Garth, for keeping us up-to-date on these developments.
On Oct 25, 2010, at 11:00 PM, Garth wrote:
> Hi Deano;
> There is a set of pictures showing Rokuhan track connected with every type of roadbed track out there.
> My own experience says you need to pull the Micro Trains Roadbed Plastic Joiner at the point you are going to Join Rokuhan Track and use one from Rokuhan or from Crown or RealZJ track.
> The Micro Trains one is the widest and is difficult to force into the slot on Rokuhan track. It can be done but I don't recommend it.
> If you want more information go to my web pages
> cheerz Garth
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "broadway@..." <broadway@...> wrote:
> > How compatible is this new flex track with the MTL for connections? ...Deano
> > Quoting Garth Hamilton <garth.a.hamilton@...>:
> > > This is a multiple list posting
> > >
> > > The first flexible roadbed track I seen on video from Rokuhan. Can be
> > > adjusted for length and can be bent to shape while still maintaining
> > > the attributes of roadbed track.
> > >
> > > http://www.rokuhan.com/news/2010/10/flexadjustabletrack.html
> > >
> > > cheerz Garth
> > >
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