Re: Rokuhan introduce video with insulated rail joiners and amanual reverse loop controller.
Sorry for the problem with the blog; I can't open it up for posting by everyone because I will then be deluged with spam.
There are many, many ways to secure roadbed track.
Rokuhan does not have a recommended way of fastening their track. The pieces have small holes that can be opened by poking a sharp tool through the roadbed from below; you can then secure the track with nails or screws.
You can also use adhesives, such as caulk or Liquid Nails, or double-sided foam tape.
Myself, I use caulk and foam tape. My preference is for the tape, because it's cleaner and also deadens noise. The track can be removed by either saturating the tape with alcohol, or by slicing through it edgewise with a sharp knife. I purchase the tape from http://www.tapecase.com/
If you use small screws, you can easily remove the track by unscrewing it.
Hope this information is helpful.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, martin soll <solldesign@...> wrote:
> David, I tried to post these questions on your blog, but it wouldn't accept them.
> 1. How are the roadbed and switches fastened down?
> 2. Does Rokuhan have a suggested method?
> 3. How are you fastening the roadbed and switches toÂ your layout board?
> Marty Soll
> From: david.davidksmith <david@...>
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2011 11:21 AM
> Subject: [Z_Scale] Re: Rokuhan introduce video with insulated rail joiners and amanual reverse loop controller.
> Welcome aboard. For basic information on Rokuhan track, you might want to start with this FAQ:
> I've been using the track since its introductio,n and I'm quite impressed by it. I'm using it for a Z Scale project I started in February:
> Here are some tutorials that might be of interest on working with Rokuhan switches:
> Hope this helps.