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  1. 3 LINK

    7mm Lochmaben, a new layout.

    Did you see what I did there :cool::D
  2. 3 LINK

    7mm Lochmaben, a new layout.

    Hi Paul, As long as you adhere to the Templot plans, then nothing should go wrong. Oh ye of little faith. :D Martyn.
  3. F

    Scaleforum 2022
    Threadmarks: Edited to update list of traders

    ...with Ted Scannell and Nick Allport - Road vehicles, with David Brandreth - Scenics, with John Farmer - Signals, with Adrian Musgrave - Templot, with Gordon Ashton - Track, baseboards, buildings and research, with Rod Cameron - Track weathering, with Andrew Eaton - Wagons, with Nick Rogers...
  4. simond

    7mm Ashton Magna

    Templot…. You know it makes sense! thanks Mike, I am taking things easy, I’m doing a couple of hours’ work each day, but from home, using email and Teams. I can drive from Saturday, so I hope to do half days next week in the office, and back to normal the week after. Templot; track building...
  5. Ressaldar

    7mm Ashton Magna

    ...Hi Stephen, The trap point seems a good idea, might be made simpler if the siding off of the bay road was omitted. Never got on with Templot, (but thanks for the offer) tried a few times but for what I want using ready built track, AnyRail suits my needs. Hi Simon, I trust that you are...
  6. Stephen Freeman

    7mm Ashton Magna

    I think you really need one or two traps. If you can manage a double slip as below even better, you'd only really need a single blade trap on the bay siding. Templot Boxfile available if you wish.
  7. S-Club-7

    Love Lane, B.R. (E) c.1956

    Just a quick update on the latest trackwork from last Tuesday: The Up (outer) road is 2462.66mm radius to the centreline (so says Templot). The far turnout is an E14 right with a minimum radius of 2009mm (approx 79"). The near turnout is a D14 right but is currently missing its slide chairs...
  8. PjKing1

    8N diesel servicing point

    Yesterday I started laying the timbers on the newly printed off points and slip Templot and today I’ve also finished the woodwork for the raised section on board number to, this also includes the line starting to drip down along the back which gives access to and from the depot. Paul
  9. PjKing1

    8N diesel servicing point

    ...where to start when building the turnouts. When I can to fit the first vee yesterday I realised to my horror (bit extreme maybe) that the Templot had not printed to scale now it I would if fitted the straight stick rail then the vee I would of realised a bit soon. Never had this problem in...
  10. simond

    Dockside tracks

    I wonder if @martin_wynne has arranged to output from Templot to the rail simulator programs…
  11. simond

    Dockside tracks

    And an exceptional Templot project too! Must have been a bit of work?
  12. Lancastrian

    Dockside tracks

    Well, only in so far as it being a Templot project. Ian
  13. Peter Insole

    Breaking Ground - Finescale - of a sort

    ...to a complete standstill, so for the time being anyway, I am proceeding along rather more practical lines... Never mind that new fangled Templot (sorry!) - this is more like Templod ?! I had already started this drawing, just before my wretched confinement, by bending the two outer...
  14. Dog Star

    GWR Switch & Crossing.... still learning after all these years

    ...up and then arranged for printing of all of the S&C chairs for a GWR 1:7 crossing and 12' loose heel switches. Timbers cut and stuck to a Templot plan, rails cut to approximate length and building began just before last Christmas. After a couple of weeks work there was a chaired and keyed...
  15. Rob Pulham

    Gauge O Guild An Evening With - Ian Allen Talking About Track Building

    ...and crossings for the expansion of their railway, as well as being commissioned to build track formations for others. A long-time user of Templot, he has designed a number of layouts and also worked on projects for himself, just for fun. Keen to promote prototypical track, he believes that...
  16. Oz7mm

    Love Lane, B.R. (E) c.1956

    Thanks Martin. I'll certainly have a look at that next time. Templot, like so much software, has hidden depths. Wouldn't be without it. John
  17. martin_wynne

    Love Lane, B.R. (E) c.1956

    @Oz7mm Hi John, For the timber outlines and sockets Templot can set an allowance in the DXF for the laser-cutter kerf. Timber webs under the rails can be difficult to remove without causing damage (the knife blade forces the timbers apart). Instead, Templot can now add "sprues" to the ends of...
  18. Oz7mm

    Love Lane, B.R. (E) c.1956

    ...the sleepers is, I believe, cut down to half the depth so the rail does not rest on it and is not visible when the rail is laid. As this is non-scenic track, I didn't bother with this. There was still quite a lot of work for David (OfftheRails) to amend the Templot drawing for laser cutting...
  19. martin_wynne

    Permanent Way GWR 1S and 2S - official drawings?

    Hi Graham, You can find that easily from Templot: 1. set the required size of GWR loose-heel switch. 2. switch on the timber centre-lines. 3. use the mouse action to slide the peg along rail 2 to the centre of the required timber. 4. read off the peg angle from the info panel. If you...
  20. Phil O

    Permanent Way GWR 1S and 2S - official drawings?

    Hi Graham, No drawings as such, but overhead photos of said chairs and a footprint diagram, on a Templot thread in the archive section. https://85a.uk/templot/archive/topics/topic_182.php?zoom_highlight=GW+special+chairs
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