I was originally going to use Peco track, hence GOG-F, and then I was persuaded to build my own using C&L. Since then, a couple of people in the Exeter club have mentioned about 0-MF, but nobody seems to use it, everyone using Peco track!
When it was mentioned I did wonder about trying it, but then I have already ordered the crossings and blades from C&L. I believe the crossings are soft soldered so I could adjust the flangeways. Can anyone advise a source of 0-MF track gauges?
Would I need to change gauge in Templot, or could I use the 0-F printouts with 0-MF trackgauges?
My previous 0-gauge experience was some 60 years ago with Hornby tinplate. A lot has changed since then!
I see that you have adopted the GOG-F standard.
Are you aware than many (most?) handbuilders of 0 gauge track now prefer the 0-MF standard?
This gives much better running with modern Slater's-pattern wheels. There has been much discussion about this on other forums such as RMweb.
I believe the Gauge 0 Guild will be adopting 0-MF in the next edition of their standards.
0-MF is 31.5mm gauge with 1.5mm flangeways.