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    Very nice. I'm going to have to find a place to use this.

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    Hi,


    NEW
    How to create winding roads on your layout? Simple: use our FLEXNFIX roads. The pavements are printed in flexible WSF material. This allows you to bend the roads in any desired curve.













    The FLEXNFIX elements are the easiest way to create unique and realistic roads and can also be combined with our pavement rollers and stamps. Say good-bye to straight prefab roads. These elements can also be used to make platforms, railway crossings or tramways. Products are delivered unpainted.


    Visit our website and learn more about FLEXNFIX: https://railnscale.com/2017/03/06/strasenbau-flexnfix/​

    Info-video: https://youtu.be/2PePcLfyuqg


    The products can be ordered via Shapeways: https://www.shapeways.com/shops/rail...=newest​


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    Hi,

    Furniture in N scale? Why not.


    NEW: N3505 - Furniture





    With this furniture you can portray different scenes. This SET includes a table with four chairs, a cupboard, a dresser, a longcase clock, a sofa with two chairs, a coffee table, a side table, a table lamp, a refrigerator, a stove and a bed with mattress. More information: https://railnscale.com/2017/03/16/mobel/

    AAll kits are unpainted 3D printed parts that can beordered at Shapeways:shapeways.com/shops/rail-n-scale


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    Link is bad. Tried to find on website and Shapeways. Not there yet.

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    Thank you for notifying. I've updated the link.

    More information about this particular kit can be viewed here: https://railnscale.com/2017/03/16/mobel/

    This link leads to our shop at Shapeways: shapeways.com/shops/rail-n-scale
    By selecting "Sort by... Newest" you'll find our latest products. You can also navigate through our shop by clicking on the left hand side themes bar.

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    Hi,

    The following scenery models are available:

    N2776 - SET Antiques business

    This set contains a Mercedes-Benz W123 with trailer carrying a cupboard and a chair.









    More info: https://railnscale.com/2017/03/18/antiques-business/



    N2777 - SET Moving out

    This set contains a car with trailer carrying a refrigerator, a stove, and a bicycle.







    More info: https://railnscale.com/2017/03/18/moving-out/



    All kits are unpainted 3D printed parts that can beordered at Shapeways:shapeways.com/shops/rail-n-scale


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    Hi,
    Domestic waste disposal (Era I-III)
    The regular disposal of the domestic waste started in Munich 1891 with the “Harritschwagen”. About 650 carriages were in use till 1949. This means that these cars were a common sight in the streets. The horses transported the carriages to the stations where they were loaded onto the train wagons. These special waste disposal trains were driven by a Bavarian engine like the G3/4H or the BR57. SET N2570 contains 4 carriages as cargo and 1 horse driven carriage. Models are delivered unpainted.
    N2070





    N1220





    N2570





    More info: https://railnscale.com/2017/03/26/harritschwagen/​

    The unpainted kits can be ordered at Shapeways: shapeways.com/shops/rail-n-scale


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    People moving out with appliances alway seems so strange. I hear they do that in montreal. Usually the fridge and stove and such are part of the apartment.

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    I disagree, Baron. Yes, many apartments are rented furnished or with appliances, but but folks who prefer their own stuff are not rare.

    I grew up in an Air Force family and had many moves growing up. When we weren't in Base housing, we rented - and had our own appliances. As adults, my brother and I moved many times, and our appliances came with us. I remember several times helping him move refrigerator and stove down several flights of stairs and into a rental truck. And, of course, helping friends move, too.
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    Some of these appliances can be big bucks. Check out a Sub Zero fridge's price!

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    Hi,

    We've introduced yet another pavement roller. With this roller you can easily embed your railroad crossings. The roller is suitable for both straight and curved tracks. And because it is a tool, you can make many crossings in all sorts of widths.





    Role DAS or Darwi Classic modelling material and print the desired road pattern (wooden planks) in the wet clay. The roller is 13 mm wide and designed for standard N-gauge 9 mm rail roads. This video shows how the our tools work: https://youtu.be/a2vN7Q0b6dE

    General instructions: https://railnscale.files.wordpress.c...structions.pdf

    The tools can be ordered via Shapeways: https://www.shapeways.com/shops/rail-n-scale
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    Hello,

    Now 10% Off Everything!



    All products at Shapeways are on sale! Use code FLASH10 at checkout at Shapeways to save 10%.
    Be quick! This action expires April 9th 2017. The code is valid 1 use per customer with a maximum discount of $100 USD per order.

    Just to celebrate this we've introduced yet again another new kit:

    N1221 - SET 3x Daimler Plough Tractor (Era II)




    In 1922 Daimler presented the plow tractor with 45 hp diesel engine. The rear wheels are positioned near to each other. Therefore a differential was not needed. Over 1,000 of these machines were produced until 1931. The model is rich in detail. Model is delivered unpainted.
    More about the Daimler: https://railnscale.com/2017/04/06/daimler-pflugschlepper-als-ladegut/


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    Hi,

    The following little scenery set is now available:
    N3953 - Summer fun




    The kit contains two children. One is playing in the sandpit while the other is in the inflatable pool.

    More information: https://railnscale.com/2017/05/07/sommerspas/


    The kit is unpainted and can be ordered via Shapeways. Visit our shop @ Shapeways: https://www.shapeways.com/shops/rail-n-scale

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    Hello,

    Milk churns were in use until the 1970s. Several kits are available with eight or sixteen milk churns of 40 liter. Also a set with a Peugeot 201 T (era II) is available.

    N3058 - 8 Bidons de lait



    ​N3558 - SET 16 Bidons de lait



    ​N2040 - Peugeot 201 T Camionette avec bidons de lait



    Models are delivered unpainted.

    More information: https://railnscale.com/2017/06/16/milchkannen/

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    Surely those are milk cans. Are not churns for making butter? Amazing the variety of designs of churns for butter making : plunger types, rolling barrels in frames. In Belgium I once saw a churn inside a house operated by a dog trotting in a wheel outside the house.
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    Hi Gordon,

    I'm not a native English speaker. But as far as I understand the correct word is milk churn. But milk can seems to be correct too.

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    Milk churn can be used as well as milk can, but it can be confused with butter churn, which is a device for turning cream into butter (with much labor).

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    My wife is German and as soon as I showed her the post she said milk cans. With German as a second language I was 99% sure but wanted the resident expert to help me out. :-)

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    Okay, I wasn't trying to hijack the thread. The point is, as usual, Maurice made some darn fine details for an N scale dairy or milk bottling plant. Well done!
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    Hi,

    Well lets continue with some more fine details

    Meanwhile we have some beverages in our shop (or at least the crates and barrels they come in). This time we've added cola crates. The following kits are available:

    N3145 - 16 cola crates








    N3146 - 4 pallets with crates of cola







    N3645 - BONUS SET Cola


    The bonus set includes includes 4 pallets with stacked cola crates, 16 cola crates and a forklift. With this set you save over 11% compared to the separate models. As a bonus you get the forklift driver for free.



    This bonus set can combined neatly with the following bonus sets:

    N3565 - BONUS SET Beer


    N2720 - BONUS SET Beer transportation




    More information about the cola sets: https://railnscale.com/2017/07/02/cola/​



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    BTW: in German milk churns are called 'Milchkannen' which iterally means milk cans.

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