A new image from Zity Edge:
Zity Edge Image: Zity Moving & Storage - PlateLayer by Svein-Martin Holt
You want a hamburger?
Check out the new article about billboards on my Zity Edge Layout:
Billboards on Zity Edge - PlateLayer by Svein-Martin Holt...
It was some trying and failing to cut the pavement correctly. I printed out what I want to use "between track", cut it using one edge...
There has been great progress on the layout the last months. Check out the new panorama image from the Zity Edge Layout, by day and by night....
Thank you. I have created a new article today that explain how I created the roads.
Check out the blog entry on the Zity Edge Layout:...
Check out the new article about using adresseable LED's on the layout, including some Arduino coding you can use.
I have been busy developing the...
I use tracks without plastic ballast, like Peco, Atlas and Märklin. On my new layout I use several layers of 1 mm paper glued together and on the...
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
A few more images today. Check out the blog: Images from Zity Edge - PlateLayer by Svein-Martin Holt
Thank you. Yes, all LED's can be individually colored by software. Some buildings are divided in "rooms" so a few windows can be "manipulated"....
Some more progress on the layout. Lights inside some buildings installed.
Some more progress on the layout. Adresseable LED's and fiberoptics.
Some more images from the Moffat Layout here: http://www.platelayer.com/z-scale-weekend-2018-1.aspx
No, then you wil destroy it. :-(
It look like you are using very small radiuses on your curves, like bottom left it looks like the radius is on 7,5 cm, if I use the rulers. Is...
If you want to build your own turnouts, Fast Track is a good source. Some years ago I bought a jig and some rails and build some for my old...
I order from wherever I can have it. I have used ebay from Germany to buy some Märklin turnouts, but have a few shops in US I use, like...
I use different types of joiners. The Märklin metal joiners are a little hard to use on Peco, at least you need to use a small screwdriver to...
Not Z-scale, but a must if you ever go to Hamburg, Germany.
A new film from this great "Miniatur Wunderland":
An image from today: