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 Posted: Fri Sep 14th, 2018 07:10 am
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Pretty much 'playing it by ear' Marty  :mutley

Spent some time yesterday redesigning the top of the roof and rebuilding the base so that the track fits properly.

I'm not in any hurry and when I do finish it, I'll have to do something about sorting out a layout for it to go on.



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I seem to be continually re-cutting bits of card to get everything to  fit, but I suppose that's what comes of trying to build something without any plans or dimensions to hand.

I also just found out that although the parts I drew in LibreOffice Draw easily fit on a piece of A4 paper, the software had decided to shrink some of the drawings slightly on printing, so the shed isn't actually 250mm long it's 244mm long.

I only found out when I printed some drawing on a another printer that was set to 'crop (preserve dimensions)', but it's all a bit of a learning process I suppose.

So, still working on the roof, which is turning into a bit of a marathon  :lol:








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You're making a nice job of it, Ed.  :thumbs



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Thanks Max.

Lots of errors, but if you don't try you don't learn.

At least a loco fits.






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