(a 6x6 between a 12x6 and a 9x6, the grid is explained
below)
The tables are based on sizes discussed on lugnet. Layout as Ldraw dat file.
A table layout with a znap bridge (one
6x6 between two 16x6) I added the bridge with MLCad.
It is based on one seen on Brickshelf.
OK needs work and some other color.
As discussed on lugnet
The table sizes are based on a 16 stud grid, so table 9x6 translates to 144x96 studs. As 16 studs, the length of one piece of straight track, happen to be about 5 inch this would be 45 by 30 inch (ca.115 x 77 cm)
tracks |
in studs |
inch (ca.) | cm (ca.) | LTrax file | best zoom to 10% | in 32 stud plates | in 48 stud plates |
6 x 6 | 96 x 96 | 30 x 30 | 77 x 77 | tab6x6.txt | tab6x6.dat | 3 x 3 | 2 x 2 |
9 x 6 | 144 x 96 | 45 x 30 | 115 x 77 | tab9x6.txt | tab9x6.dat | 4,5 x 3 | 3 x 2 |
12 x 6 | 192 x 96 | 60 x 30 | 154 x 77 | tab12x6.txt | tab12x6.dat | 6 x 3 | 4 x 2 |
8 x 8 | 128 x 128 | 40 x 40 | 102 x102 | tab8x8.txt | tab8x8.dat | 4 x 4 | 2,6 x 2,6 |
An 8x8 table with some cards from the Orient Expedition game in the front.
In the back is the 434 train ferry with an old locomotive. All placed with
LTrax. See the sets menue under streets and games and tables under baseplates. The file
is a little cleaned as I deleted all the moveto lines.
A train set on the tracks with LTrax
A 9v oval using a mockup from Tore for the curved track and some of mine for
the construction road bridge.
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