Discussion in 'Members Personal Layouts' started by giles, Jul 5, 2016.
I'll second that, great work Giles. Can I ask which model receiver you have you used for this project?
It's an RX 47 Kim, with two ADD1's to give me additional reversible ESC's
So I'm using
4 X reversible ESC
2 X Servo
At the moment I'm using a temporary transmitter, which is all knobs - but Andy at Micron (UK) is very kindly going to produce me a TX with four joysticks (and a knob....)
I've replaced the servo in the stabilisers I've just got to remount them.....
Congratulations on Pic of the week, a beautiful model and excellent photo, well deserved.
Absolutely ........ well done Giles. Stunning model.
Pic Of The Week, well deserved ! Congratulations.
Giles Well deserved POTW quality modelling
Thank you folks - I confess I used focus stacking to get the whole loco in focus with that picture, but it did come out nicely.
Here it is (briefly) in action (unlit)
We also ha a gate at the bottom of the incline (for some reason....)
Giles the loco is even more impressive in motion, but the gates and the operators leg is simply brilliant.
In a league of its own.
That is really impressive Giles, well done.
Have you considered putting a small servo in the cab of the Garrett to operate the drivers arm on the throttle ??
Another little video now the crane is all in one piece.....!
Some scenic work has been going on, as well as producing the laser components for people.
Incredible video Giles. I've never seen anything quite like it before.
don't know what I can say really as it just wouldn't be enough.
thank you for sharing your wonderful work
Giles - superb, my only critisim would be that the truck suspension didn't compress when the cable drum hit the load bed
Brilliant video and models - Ralph over to you
Some things are getting neglected over at Denton Brook
But at least the factory building is nearing completion at last (and the crane working again...). All the guttering and pipe work seemed to take days.... No - it DID take days.