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  1. We created a modular system to build track switches for LEGO® Trains. There are 9 different parts that allow you to create up to 16 different types of switches. You can find all the details on our Kickstarter page which we just launched. Make a pledge if you want to support this project and everything we do!https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/4dbrix/modular-switch-track-system-for-lego-trains Here are some pictures of our switches:Continuous curve switch: fits in a perfect circle. Parallel track switch: you have the option to put the ground throw on the outside so it doesn't block over-sized cars. Single crossover: create smooth single crossovers with a 8 stud space in between the parallel tracks. Double crossover: with 4 independent switches allowing you to run the train parallel.
  2. We have been working on a software to design and automate LEGO train and monorail layouts. The first BETA version of nControl is out and can be downloaded for free from the 4DBrix site. It has a track planner for train and monorail layouts and has the first elements of the automation simulation: track switches, traffic lights and sound effects. We also have 2 YouTube videos to get you started. Download link: https://www.4dbrix.com/downloads Getting started videos: https://youtu.be/wddnCAJZTlQ https://youtu.be/w2RDMXt1sgQ Let us know what you think; any feedback, suggestions or ideas for additional features are welcome! Lowa