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Sunday, March 10th 2019, 10:21am

Simply great :thumbsup:
Grüße aus MS
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Thursday, April 4th 2019, 3:06pm

Suspension

Hi all
I made a new drive system to my V43. Previous also was ok but i would like to add some 'suspension' which help to loco smooth running.

I changed the motors as well (same power as before) but more quiet.

The total suspension height is approx. 1,5mm-2mm

Please look the pictures and two short video about how is working.

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Ákos



https://youtu.be/f3BQuvWG7qo

https://youtu.be/NYR__j8KWRE



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Thursday, April 4th 2019, 7:58pm

Today i played in the garden and try the new spring boggie system.







It was perfect:) ! i really satisfied with it.

The garden track not so smooth and even high speed everything was perfect.

Please see attached video

High speed:

https://youtu.be/H8z1r0mLPK0

https://youtu.be/oM6_IYNvQ4Q



Few 'standard' speed video:

https://youtu.be/mN4XL1GkDgM



https://youtu.be/hwkRdUzf31M


https://youtu.be/F9AYIE4Ksqc



https://youtu.be/pz-PJairOC4





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Friday, April 5th 2019, 12:03pm

Akivon, don't you use normally active suspension in your models??
With best regards
Jacek Wysocki

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Friday, April 5th 2019, 1:39pm

Hi Jacek

Not really. I just used different type of solutions to let the axles separate movements.
Like this case:




But this is not active suspension actually. (mean springs..)

Could you please show me your solutions? Im really interested in about any solutions.

Thanks

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Ákos

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Friday, April 5th 2019, 2:07pm

Hi Jacek

Never mind i ve already found your blog and i saw your professional solutions!

I need to grow up that level but i think i will never use metal as a basic that is why i need to find always 'alternative' solutions.

BR

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Sunday, April 14th 2019, 8:09am

Hi Jacek

Never mind i ve already found your blog and i saw your professional solutions!

I need to grow up that level but i think i will never use metal as a basic that is why i need to find always 'alternative' solutions.

BR

Ákos

Hi Akos,
Thanks for nice words. :-) I think for boggies metal is a nice solution.
You could find pictures of my projects in Google or on FB.
With best regards
Jacek Wysocki

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Monday, June 1st 2020, 10:55am

Hi All

Garden-play vit V43.




VIDEO

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Monday, June 1st 2020, 12:06pm

Garden fun

Hi Akos,
To be honest, I was not so interested in the Kind of model you announced because it is far away from my personal interests, but today with your picture from the Garden I was getting curious...
AMAZING!
And, moreover, by scanning your posts, is it so that you are using Finescale Wheel design? And all the details cut into Full material by CNC milling? Really astonishing!
A failure not to follow up to now...
I‘m really impressed.
Best wishes and good continuation!
Martin
Heimatdirektion
BD Wuppertal


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Monday, June 1st 2020, 12:39pm

Hello Akos.
Simply amazing, love this.
Best regards
Erik Johansson, Karlstad, Sweden

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Monday, June 1st 2020, 6:55pm

Hi Martin, Erik

Thanks the kind worlds!

Im working with CNC mostly, and the material is styrene/plastic.

Actually Im using NEM profil with 1,3mm 'spurkranz'. I need to use wider wheels than finescale because the truck gauge sometimes not perfect outside in the garden.
Based on my experience 1,3mm spurkranz is more than enough if i can apply some 'suspention' even the track not so smooth..
Please see my solution to 'suspention' on my latest project ( M41 loco Ganz made) :


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