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Tuesday, March 17th 2015, 7:45pm

Máv güterwagen EAMS

Hi All,

Now im working on a 'güterwagen' Máv EAMS.

Máv still useing this wagens as a standard offen wagen.

Ákos
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Wednesday, March 18th 2015, 1:12pm

Hi Akos,

looks very nice.
Which reference material do you use?

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Wednesday, March 18th 2015, 6:47pm

Hi Andreas

Thanks a lot!

Im working with ABS (stirol)


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Monday, May 25th 2015, 8:23pm

Hi All

I prepared the right bogie for the EAMS,

cheers

ákos


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Friday, May 29th 2015, 8:03pm

Hi All

I almost finished just few more small things still missing (i will put after painting)

I tried i few turn on my track..

Akos


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Wednesday, June 3rd 2015, 7:32pm

Hi All

I have few improvements on EAMS! Please see pictures.
I made ' kupplung ' (home made) and considering the price (approx. 2 Eur per each) for me more than acceptable. I measured the ' Zugfestigkeit' and it was 35N (3,5kg static load).

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Thursday, June 4th 2015, 9:08am

Cool!

Hi Akos,

great work. how about selling the plastic parts (without kupplung, puffer and wheels ) as a kit??

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Thursday, June 4th 2015, 6:11pm

Hi Robert!

Thanks a lot!

I will sell as a complete finished painted models. This is a prototype wagon only few things will be upgraded to better looks. This type of wagons was used different colors (depending on 'epoche' ) i would like to use different color as well.

This is few example how colors was changed:

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Friday, June 5th 2015, 6:32pm

Hi All

The proto EAMS is ready to paint.





Plese see nice video from EAMS with M62 (ex. DR 120 / DB220) on work. Just a small feeling of Hungarian rail...

Cheers

Ákos

https://youtu.be/MVIdJxLJo6A

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Friday, June 5th 2015, 11:26pm

very nice

Hi Ákos

I’m impressed of your project building a gauge 1 freight car, but by the way I’m also deeply impressed of your viedos – sometimes it seems time stood still. Old railsway siganls, still in use in 2015, one is walking home(?) across the line... and so on, and all this in a very nice landscape. Very very nice camera guide. :thumbup:

I like that, thank you for showing and good luck with the project EAMS! I think you're on the right way...keep going on, I mean both :thumbsup:

Arek
Beste Grüße

Arek

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Sunday, June 7th 2015, 7:46pm

Hi Arek,

Thanks a lot!

I planning to build a Máv M62 (Ex DR 120; DB220) as well. (just to keep that feeling what you saw)



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Sunday, June 14th 2015, 7:18pm

Hi All

Please see this nice video from Hungary. Classic Máv M62 (ex. DR120) diesel feeling in 2015 ... Please enjoy it!

This is not recorded by me i just 'transfer' it!

https://youtu.be/S0aFiP1GlV0


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Wednesday, September 23rd 2015, 10:59am

Hi All

I painted just descals stil missing.
Please see pictures:

ÁKOS


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Wednesday, September 23rd 2015, 8:29pm

Hi All

Just a few more pictures of Hungarian rail feeling from my garden.

GruS

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Saturday, December 9th 2017, 10:48am

Hi All

I decided to build few of them to have a full of train set. In the main time i add some dirty to have a more realistic looks.

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Saturday, January 13th 2018, 7:22pm

Hi All

Almost finished two new other Máv EAMS .




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Sunday, January 14th 2018, 12:24pm

Hello Ákos,

Great cars! :thumbup: Is it possible to buy one? Would be pleased to hear.
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Monday, January 15th 2018, 3:54pm

Moin,

da mein Englisch unter aller Sau ist, versuche ich es hier in Deutsch:
Die Frage von Dieter interessiert mich auch: Ist es möglich, den Wagen zu erwerben?

Außerdem interessieren mich die Drehgestelle. Wie groß ist der Achsabstand?
Irgendwie bilde ich mir ein, dass sie verwandt sein könnten mit einer Versuchs-Variante der früheren Einheits-DG.
Oder liege ich da völlig falsch?

Gruß, Udo
Meine Epochen sind die 4 und die 3, bei schönen Modellen greif' ich auch mal vorbei.
Meine Themen: Hochofenverkehr und Schmalspurbahn.

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Tuesday, January 16th 2018, 9:03pm

Hi Dieter

Thanks!


I have only one additional wheel set so one wagon its ok. My original plan was to built only 2 others but if you want i could added one more to you.

Hi Udo

The bogie type is 1XTA:



Unfortunately i dont have more wheels (origin wheel was 920mm dia) so i can produce only the chases (without wheels)

Other:

my wagons was built with ball bearings and i compare with maerklin wagons rolling performance. I was really surprised based on the results!! please see video:


https://youtu.be/7Ko97OTh6Mc


Best reagrds

Ákos

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Tuesday, January 16th 2018, 9:03pm

Hi Dieter

Thanks!


I have only one additional wheel set so one wagon its ok. My original plan was to built only 2 others but if you want i could added one more to you.

Hi Udo

The bogie type is 1XTA:
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Unfortunately i dont have more wheels (origin wheel was 920mm dia) so i can produce only the chases (without wheels)

Other:

my wagons was built with ball bearings and i compare with maerklin wagons rolling performance. I was really surprised based on the results!! please see video:


https://youtu.be/7Ko97OTh6Mc


Best reagrds

Ákos

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