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ROBEX commented on Lynton & Barnstaple "Axe" (009) by ROBEX
February 14, 2019
Lynton & Barnstaple "Axe" (009)
ROBEX @Kupferbergbahn Smooth Fine detail plastic gives very little printlines to begin with. It is then a matter of patience, soaking the print in white spirit, primering, very fine sanding/burnishing and repeating the process.
ROBEX commented on Vale of Rheidol Railway Open Coach (009) by ROBEX
April 14, 2018
Vale of Rheidol Railway Open Coach (009)
ROBEX @Thedragonbuilder We only have experience with polystyrene plasticard. I recommend a thickness of 0.3mm and to bend the sheet before fitting.
ROBEX favorited HOn30 Galloping Gosling by Marsh_Creek
December 6, 2017
ROBEX commented on N.W.N.G.R. 1st/3rd Composite (009) by ROBEX
July 12, 2016
N.W.N.G.R. 1st/3rd Composite (009)
ROBEX @Jamie We recommend Graham Farish 6mm coach wheels.
ROBEX commented on GraFar Fly Cranks (Russell) (4mm/009 scale) by ROBEX
January 15, 2016
GraFar Fly Cranks (Russell) (4mm/009 scale)
ROBEX @tim1mw These parts are 009 scale, the dimensional values indicate the size of the bounding box of the 3d-model which contains 12 cranks.
ROBEX commented on NWNGR Pickering Brake by ROBEX
July 23, 2015
NWNGR Pickering Brake
ROBEX @keenm01I can recommend Graham Farish 379-412 coach wheels, they run very well and have nice flanges. Other wheels with a diameter of ~6mm will work as well.
ROBEX commented on 3x NWNGR 4w coach (009 scale) by ROBEX
February 25, 2015
3x NWNGR 4w coach (009 scale)
ROBEX @keenm01 Yes you can easily make them using thin plasticard. The size of the roof is 25x40mm.
ROBEX @keenm01 Hello Matt, the kit requires Graham Farish 379-412 coach wheels and PECO GR-102 NEM-type couplings. Cheers, ROBEX


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