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|Single message by Roger Bristow Topic: Gauge One garden railway using Cliff Barker track|
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Having spent sometime getting a little more confident, and thereby enjoyment in using Templot to plan my triangle out with double junctions, I now want to gain experience with making a turnout. It will be the first ever for me as I've purchased all the others ready made!
I'm starting with a 5 metre radius turnout kit from Cliff Barker. The moulded sleepers have a standard size separator bar that gives a fixed gap (22.5mm) between sleeper centres as there is a clip that fixes into the next sleeper, this is to aid assembly. Whilst I could cut them all off (which I will have to do when I get into the more complex formations) I would like to retain them and change the template to print out with a standard sleeper spacing. I've spent some time creating a custom turnout but still can't find a way to specify a constant sleeper gap over the full length of the turnout. I would appreciate any help you you can offer.
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