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  1. Lighting up the town Continued

    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    It's unfortunate that some electronics sites haven't caught on to SMD LEDs as a item hobbyists like us would enjoy. But there are sources.

    eBay is a great place to find just about anything electronics related, especially in quantities that are manageable for modelers. You just have to know the terms to search for. If you look for SMD LEDs, you'll see there are lots of different sizes and colors. You can see the sizes from this handy chart from Greg's article on Model Railroad Hobbyist:
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  2. Lighting up the town

    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    Finally got around to building my 4-way stop light:



    This is made from a 3mm red LED with bits of heat-shrink tubing cut to fit as shrouds. It's tied in to an Ngineering flashing circuit.



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  3. You ever wonder what happened to so and so...

    So I think I'm all caught up on recent threads and have started digging into the archives of old stuff. Quite a few people come in all excited...post for a few weeks, then disappear, like shooting stars....I just have to wonder where they are today and whether they kept going with their layouts.
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  4. Lighting prep for structures

    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    Hey Steve.

    The type of structure may determine the best phasing for painting and installation. For lasercut buildings I usually paint the exterior and interior on the uncut sheets, the interior can just be spray paint black or brown.

    For plastic/styrene buildings, I usually assemble the walls and either roof or floor, so everything is fairly stable. Then spray the interior, then the exterior. Or sometimes I get too excited and paint the exterior color first, then I
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  5. show us your bumpers!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Komata View Post

    This was received today

    __________________________________________________ ________________________

    Tickford Valley Railway (London) Ltd


    Chief Engineer's Office
    Tickford

    30 July 2012
    TVR STANDARD STOP BLOCK


    These Standard Stop Blocks are used throughout the Tickford Valley Railway (TVR) system and are provided here without charge, for the use of members of nScale.net, with the compliments of
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