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Track Cleaning cars you will not be ashamed to run. More critical, they work!
Like most runners, this is the unbearable chore i deal with.
Wet cars leave a film. If you pull big trains, or have grades? That is a problem with tractive effort.
OK. I use those wet cars for the pull all the junk off the track and let the work train run.
Had to be a solution based car for heavy cleaning.
The main reason we ever arrive at heavy cleaning is because the other cars out there look ugly or are hard to pull... OR BOTH!
JAM offers a solution for a car whis is as stealth as any car which has to touch the rail to do the job we all hope it does.
THIS IS SOMETHING I USE
I use it alone, or in tandem with the brass car that has he tank and scrubber "wet" pad. As the next car in line to wipe down the residue.
That is only when i have forgotten to run the JAM car in a train for a while. My fault, not the JAM car.
I know we are all jaded, and probably stocked up to our eyeballs with various cars we tried and were either disappointed by. Or simply could not run it hidden in a normal freight train so as to not arrive at the harder chore.
I am going on at leangth about this product because this is simply something every runner has to deal with.
My opinion, all it is.
This is by far and away the most creative and effective track cleaning car. One that can be, and does run in trains. Will keep your track clean.
Oh yeah, if it matters? I think it does.
For a price that is not in nosebleed, going to cost you and engine purchase range.
Life is already hard enough. Why make this must do chore a chore at all?
Let JAM help you.
It is as simple as adding a car to a freight train you were going to run anyway.
BIG THANKS TO MICHAEL EBY
SCALE DRAWINGS USED TO CREATE
ARTWORK COURTESY OF MICHAEL EBY
MY NAME IS JEFF KING
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Please note. My service is for N scale only at this time.
I am at a loss with the passing of my go to guy, Jim Drennan. As to who I might reccommend for quality HO work.
Anyone who has positive experience with quality HO Scale painters? Please feel free to point them out to me. Or ask if they want to be promoted. Then to contact me.
SD38-2 N scale using one of Mark's hoods
If you are looking for a great deal on trains or supplies may I suggest checking out the place I use.
If you run modern and need a FRED / EOT on a car this is the place to go. Complete models or kits you can install easily
How about a N Scale F40PHM-2 for starters? (click on the title to be redirected for more)
3D printing is not exactly new. It was developed over a decade ago for architects to skip labor intensive model makers.
What it is becoming is the new way to do pretty much everything.
3D printing has shortcomings. Mainly it is a little less refined than injection molding. That is to say, less smooth.
Do Not confuse less refined with less detail. It is possible to have as much or even more detail when there is no limitation of a mold or die.
The detail limit is what the designer is willing to put in the CAD design. Far less what 3D printing can do successfully.
** In the F40PHM-2. You have a great example of attention to detail and design.
This replacement shell literally replaces the Kato F40 shell via snap off, slide on. That simple.
OK. Paint is required. I can help if that is above your skill level.
If 3D printed material is simply new, and you want tips. Can do it yourself.
I am happy to share what my experiences have been, and what I have learned.
It is a somewhat unique media to work with.
Both from advantages and disadvantages standpoints.
Of course the main advanage is dream it? It can be made.
Unlike conventional methods with expensive dies. Given an artist is not looking to get rich quick.
The limit really is driven by expectations. Not some need to pay for expensive tooling.
ONE really is possible.
ONE OFF the original too. If you are niice to the designer.
Unlike die driven models. Changes begin and end with the CAD.
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