I am going to be building a scale model around 1/32 scale or larger, just depends. Anyways, I have the capabilities of making any type of track i want. The thing is, I dont know what I should build. I really do not want to build a B&M or anything with box track because it is way to complex to bend.
So what i am looking for is feedback from the coaster community as to what i should build. I would like if everyone reply because I would like to do something that is liked by the coaster community. I can takes peoples request of a real coaster, or you can send me a drawing or 3d model of a fantasy roller coaster you would like to see built.
Thanks in advance to all those who reply.
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I am building a vekoma flying dutchaman. Its a 1:20 scale and right now it will have about 110ft of track. When I find a place to build a free we site I will post pics.
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The spine doesn't have to be square to look like a Beemer. Have you seen my 1:20 model? Here's a big pic (300K.) I got my s/n from it, now you know what it's called. :) What you see is all there is, read on for why.
I used the method Arrow mentioned, didn't work for me, the track was so uneven the train didn't get anywhere. Are you using Plastruct? Dunno if I'll re-track it, would use styrene, same thing. Only thing is I'm after 4 foot 22mm tubing for the spine & 5mm for the rails. What I don't like is the layout is permanent. The track gauge is 50mm or 2 inches. I reckon the train could fit on the K'nex Screamin' Serpent, been trying to get hold of one or more of these.
Yeah, my track looks like Schwarzkopf / Premier track. Pretty simple really. You could do Intamin flat track, tri or box track is more complex, but can be done.
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