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    MetroRedLn

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    They're still working on it. Site is down as I type. Keep in mind with everything computer-related, there's always bugs to be worked out.

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    samusi01

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    I imagine I’ll get used to it sooner or later. Right now, the one thing I miss most is being able to display 300 items at a go. Makes browsing through

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    Digitallagasse

    MB Klein Site Update

    Looks like they did a major redesign on the site. Old site was getting painfully slow. At first glance the site looked good but wow do I hate the over

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    Chicago Rail

    Weekend Update (16th Feb 2018)

    I dunno that wall looks good in the photo which is why I asked.
    Thanks

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    Ender

    Weekend Update (16th Feb 2018)

    "Hand-carved stone." The one on the lodge is "Fine." That wall is "Medium." The rocks on the medium are a little oversize

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  • Strriping Aides

    When I was trying to stripe the parking lots and using a ruler a lot of the time when I tried to lift up the ruler (scale) the paint would smear. So, I made three little aides out of scrap styrene (if there is such a thing). They were especially handy when I couldn't get a 6" scale into the area I wanted to stripe. I made them to scale for 9.5' wide and 18' long. One for left diagonal, one for head on and one for right diagonal. If you needed one for parallel parking you could make one for that as well. But, I cant remember the width or length off hand. These are the lengths I determined after researching some striping info on the web. Anyway, the lines now come out nice and sharp with no smearing. They won't, however stop bleeding under them if to much paint is applied. Especially, on a rough surface. Hope this might help someone.
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    Comments 10 Comments
    1. 10-7's Avatar
      10-7 -
      this is a good Idea !
    1. magi46's Avatar
      magi46 -
      You sure your not a Yankee, such ingenuity. Very inventive. Thanks.
    1. el_mejor_pollo's Avatar
      el_mejor_pollo -
      Great idea!
    1. cv_acr's Avatar
      cv_acr -
      Paint pens?

      Looks like the spacers work well with that.
    1. kje3429's Avatar
      kje3429 -
      Great idea! Will use!
    1. epumph's Avatar
      epumph -
      I'll will be making up a set as soon as I get some parking lots and businesses finished. Great job!
    1. Poworker's Avatar
      Poworker -
      I'm having a problem seeing the posted attachments. Can anyone say why this might happen? I am new to NScale.net
      This is the message I see when I click on one: Invalid Attachment specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator

      Thanks
    1. Viperjim1's Avatar
      Viperjim1 -
      I have used the micro scale dry transfers for my road lines and parking lot lines and really work well.
    1. RH Bay's Avatar
      RH Bay -
      Very neat job! Thank you for sharing your idea.
    1. 1to3's Avatar
      1to3 -
      great ideas