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    Makes sense. Let us know when the yarn is ripe...

    Makes sense.

    Let us know when the yarn is ripe for pickin'. I'll take a bushel off your hands, haha!
  2. Thread: 3D printing.

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    You know what Barbie really needs 3D printed? ...

    You know what Barbie really needs 3D printed? Her very own 3D printer!
  3. Sticky: For good operation it's pretty necessary. If the...

    For good operation it's pretty necessary. If the axle is too long you'll have excess drag limiting the length of your trains and potentially causing derailments (bad), if it's too short the wheelset...
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    I worked at an industrial waste water treatment...

    I worked at an industrial waste water treatment facility in Eastern Washington in 2005 and we used a lateral system on the alfalfa fields. Incidentally, treated waste water is still super high in...
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    I'd produce 4 makes/models of vehicles, two of...

    I'd produce 4 makes/models of vehicles, two of them modern but one someone already produced in the early 2000's the other in 1/144th scale, the last two from the transition era. I'd package them in...
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    H***e had the high bid with a max bid higher than...

    H***e had the high bid with a max bid higher than someone who put a bid in after, once that bid was submitted, it was less tha H***e's max bid, so H***e retained the high bid albeit higher than it...
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    I cannot, so... That's what she said!

    I cannot, so...



    That's what she said!
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    After checking every PC board tie half a dozen...

    After checking every PC board tie half a dozen times and ultimately ruling them out as the cause, I turned my attention to under the layout. I checked the continuity of the tortoise wiring and was...
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    Especially considering all the wiring and...

    Especially considering all the wiring and electricity that goes into making our railroads run.
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    Probably. I've been going over the gaps cut in...

    Probably. I've been going over the gaps cut in the ties with the file but no luck yet.

    I forgot to mention, it's a very small short. The light on my continuity tester is very dim. I'm glad I...
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    Oops! I dropped something......

    Oops! I dropped something...
    https://www.nscale.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=103988&d=1563053007

    It's all good, just some feeders.

    And for some further Moose proofing......
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    Spent some time tonight after work under the...

    Spent some time tonight after work under the layout doing some wiring. I'm running DCC bus to where my new turnouts are going in so I can do feeders tomorrow. I also plan to install a tortoise...
  13. What he said! We must have been typing at the...

    What he said! We must have been typing at the same time.
  14. Where did you buy it? My first thought is that...

    Where did you buy it? My first thought is that it's a DC locomotive, no decoder installed. Maybe you got a DC loco by mistake or if you got it off of eBay it was falsely labeled DCC (either...
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    Got some yard work done this weekend... ...

    Got some yard work done this weekend...

    https://www.nscale.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=103903&d=1562558503

    Still have to install the tortoise switch machine and wire the two turnouts...
  16. Thread: 3D printing.

    by Bronman
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    What 3D printer did you get? Like No. 5 in...

    What 3D printer did you get?

    Like No. 5 in Short Circuit, we need more input!
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    Nailed it! Looks great!

    Nailed it! Looks great!
  18. Thread: Model Drought

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    Nevermind, found it: ...

    Nevermind, found it:

    https://www.intermountain-railway.com/newsncomingsoon.html

    Funny, it was updated June 26th, I last visited June 25th.

    Good news, Canadian grain hoppers are in production!
  19. Thread: Model Drought

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    What cars?

    What cars?
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    I'd model the same thing I already am but would...

    I'd model the same thing I already am but would want three things: a scale size yard, nice long runs between industrial sidings and WAY bigger aisles.
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    This will be for the staging yard, it won't need...

    This will be for the staging yard, it won't need to be ballasted over.



    The video helped. I'm doing mine a little differently, but I'll go with the same sizes of wire and tubing.

    I think...
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    Too much money. The control linkage won't be...

    Too much money. The control linkage won't be hard to make, but trying to decide if I'm going to use brass rod or music wire.
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    Tortoise turnout linkage

    I need to run a linkage under some adjacent track from a tortoise switch machine to the turnout it controls. Do I NEED to use music wire or SHOULD I use regular brass rod and rely on the bendiness...
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    It would be REALLY impressive if you could put...

    It would be REALLY impressive if you could put your face down to the layout and actually drink your favorite beverage from that "exhaust pipe".
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    That's the only photo I'm seeing.

    That's the only photo I'm seeing.
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