QUOTE: Originally posted by BigRusty
There is an elastic "wire" that can be used for this. I have seen pictures and it looks great. . . . .
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Modeling the NKP's Peoria Division, circa 1943
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QUOTE: Originally posted by csmith9474
I have heard of folks running the thread through wax to avoid that "fuzzy" look.
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QUOTE: Originally posted by jwar
I think I read on this forum the wax also prevents dust from collecting.
I asked a question on how to find the speed an engine is moving, I will place my poles to come out in even feet, (whatever amount that loods decent) If a train passes one foot in one second, it's traveling at 60 MPH.
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