New member, new layout

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Re: New member, new layout

Postby End2end » Wed Mar 14, 2018 6:36 pm

Nice to see a record shop make an appearance. :D
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Re: New member, new layout

Postby TimberSurf » Wed Mar 14, 2018 9:27 pm

End2end wrote:Nice to see a record shop make an appearance. :D
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Is that were you used to have to go to make your Demo mpg3 recordings?

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Re: New member, new layout

Postby End2end » Thu Mar 15, 2018 11:03 am

No, but as a DJ for 25 years I spent A LOT of time in them. :D
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Re: New member, new layout

Postby BrightonMan » Sat Mar 17, 2018 3:41 pm

End2end wrote:No, but as a DJ for 25 years I spent A LOT of time in them. :D
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What sort of music did you play?

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Re: New member, new layout

Postby PinkNosedPenguin » Sat Mar 17, 2018 5:43 pm

Mountain wrote:Probably the easiest are pivoted ones. Sliding ones are best made with something like drawer runners.
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Going back the the traverser idea, all you really need is track to line up accurately, and is why I suggested a pivoted type of idea where the edge of the gadget has a curved effect for where the track is to align. The advantage to this is simplicity, especially when you only have two tracks to deal with.


Agreed, I made a simple sector plate for my N gauge layout - it was surprisingly easy to construct and worked extremely well 8)
See this post on my layout thread (there's even a couple of videos of it in operation).

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Re: New member, new layout

Postby End2end » Sat Mar 17, 2018 11:20 pm

BrightonMan wrote:What sort of music did you play?

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And got booked today to play live on the 31st. :mrgreen:
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Re: New member, new layout

Postby BrightonMan » Sun Mar 18, 2018 3:22 pm

"Drum and Bass, and Jungle.....See I told you, you won't like it."
I love a bit of D & B End2End, also techno/trance lol

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Re: New member, new layout

Postby BrightonMan » Sun Mar 18, 2018 3:26 pm

PinkNosedPenguin wrote:
Agreed, I made a simple sector plate for my N gauge layout - it was surprisingly easy to construct and worked extremely well 8)
See this post on my layout thread (there's even a couple of videos of it in operation).

Thanks PinkNosedPenguin, a lot of top tips for my traverser there. It's always better to see what others have done rather than making it up as you go along! Thanks again


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