WAMRC — Projects, Tips & Tricks
Here are various snippets of useful information for the railway modeller collected over time.
Resistance soldering offers many advantages over convential soldering in the area of railway modelling, but commercial resistance soldering stations can be very expensive to buy. Here is a guide on how to build your own resistance soldering iron for a fraction of the price.
A commonly available glue used in the retail cosmetic industry to attach acrylic fingernail extensions turns out to be ideal for railway modelling applications!
Here are some handy speed/distance/time tables to work out how fast your model trains are running.
The point throws we build for our outdoor G Scale points are simple, effective and rugged.