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Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by Matthyro, Feb 25, 2004.
Another structure for my corner Ntrak corner module.
Robin, are you working on a mushroom layout and a modular both at once?
Dash, the corner Ntrak module was actually built before I began to go the mushroom way. I just need a couple more industries to go on it to finish it.
A bit more progress
The working end
Wonders never cease!
You are truly amazing, my friend!
Got the roof on while watching the final game of the womens Scott tournament of hearts curling. What a game.
Anyway, here is the photo.
Your work never ceases to inspire me onward to my own crowded workbench, thanks:thumb: :thumb:
Yet a nuther goodun', Robin, now you'll have to make 100's of itty bitty blocks
I continue to be amazed at your rate of production!
Have you seen this link:
It is a nice little paper pattern for making skids of concrete (cinder) block, and best of all, it's free
Every time I see you do one of these it still amazes me Robin. But women's curling? Must of been a slow sports day. FRED
Thanks folks for your kind words.
Thank you Andrew for the link. I sure needed it.
Dash, watching curling is like watching golf. At a very competitve level it can get quite exciting.
No problem... I know it is HO scale, but you seem like a resourceful kind of guy ( ) so I figured you could make it work.
Yes, I could see how the fast sweeping action of young female athletes could be exciting. Thanks for pointing that out to me. FRED
You said it Dash.
Here is the office and storage area and shows how I am making skids of concrete blocks based on the method from the link Andrew posted
Another awesome piece of modeling my friend!
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Thanks folks for your continuing encouragement.
Next step is to make the corrugated steel roofing.
I use the method shown by H.R. Lloyd in the December 1977 MR
Put a piece of aluminum foil over a file and rub it with a scrap piece of balsa wood.
Doing the roofing. Will paint it and weather it when done.
Hmmmmm, wonder do they make them files in O scale???
How about a close up of the conveyor? That looks interesting. FRED