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These are some jaw-droppingly beautifully modelled coaches, presented by some very clean renders! They look perfect with the loco, awesome work.

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On 10/2/2020 at 8:31 AM, dtomsen said:

The doors can be removed and repositioned as open:

Brilliant!

On 10/2/2020 at 8:31 AM, dtomsen said:

Toilet :grin:

And it is even to scale

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A bit more testing...

The Litra B passenger wagon do handle R40 curves and R40 switches.....but Houston, we got a problem with the lever :grin:

Another test video:

2 x PF L-motors, 20:12 upgearing
2 x BuWizz 2.0 
Maximum normal speed (7,2v), forward


The weight of the locomotive alone is approx. 1.040g and each wagon is approx. 900g, so the total weight of the train set in the video is close to 5 kg.

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Getting the hang of how luminous colors and intensity work in Stud.io.

Night time.

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Hallo!

Weiß jemand von euch wie ich die Bauanleitung bekomme? Ich suche das schon ne ganze Weile.... Aber leider ohne Erfolg! 

Vielen Dank im voraus 

 

 

Am 30.7.2020 um 23:18 sagte dtomsen:

Alle Renderings wurden mit dem Dunkelroten 1 x 2-Stein mit Gittersteuerung, den ich nachträglich verwendet, wenn ich gewusst wurde, dass das Teil in dieser Farbe ist .

 

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6 hours ago, KAISER81 said:

 

Hallo!

Weiß jemand von euch wie ich die Bauanleitung bekomme? Ich suche das schon ne ganze Weile.... Aber leider ohne Erfolg! 

Vielen Dank im voraus 

 

 

 

Normalerweise stelle ich meine neuen Modelle aus, bevor ich die kostenlose Bauanleitungen online veröffentliche. Mit Covid-19 hat es sehr lange Aussichten. Ich weiß einfach nicht wann. Vielleicht vor Jahresende. Vielleicht überhaupt nicht 🤷‍♂️

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All renders for the passenger wagons updated with new roof design and other incremental improvements :classic:

Building technique borrowed from Farouq who borrowed from raised who borrowed from UrbanErwin...the one to the right was used:

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Taperede roof ends by me:

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And it is an insanely beautiful MOC - wow. I can hardly believe what I see.

All the best,
Thorsten

 

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Thorsten's right:  that's one insanely gorgeous engine.  I'm very jealous!

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Agree with all, that wedge slope in trans-clear will be a great addition if it's released. 

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The train on our LTC layout at the Danish Model Railroad Union event Modeltog for alle last weekend:
 

 

 

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On 10/27/2022 at 8:42 AM, dtomsen said:

The train on our LTC layout at the Danish Model Railroad Union event Modeltog for alle last weekend:
 

Do you still use that hockey puck piece (47576) as the middle wheels in your bogeys for the engine?

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7 hours ago, Younge said:

Do you still use that hockey puck piece (47576) as the middle wheels in your bogeys for the engine?

Yeah, I sure do 🙂

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