November 2016 edition of TrainMasters TV (3h 32m)

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On the November edition of TrainMasters TV: 1) 3D Printing at Home, part 2; 2) The narrow gauge niche; 3) Mike Fyten’s Kaw Valley Railroad; 4) Basic decoder programming with JMRI; plus Bonus: New Sharon Yard ops on the Allagash.

 

3D Printing at Home, p2 on TrainMasters TV November 2016 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act I - 3D Printing at Home, p2 (10:57)

In this series on 3D printing at home, Jeff Pinchbeck discusses some techniques and work-arounds that he?s learned to get the most from his machine. Part 2 of 4.


Narrow gauge niche on TrainMasters TV November 2016 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act II - Narrow gauge niche (17:56)

David Woodhead has been a fan of narrow-gauge railroads for over 50 years: here he discusses his fascination with the slim gauges, and shares some modelling philosophy and techniques.


Mike Fyten?s Kaw Valley on TrainMasters TV November 2016 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act III - Mike Fyten?s Kaw Valley Railroad (20:07)

Mike Fyten?s S-scale Kaw Valley Railroad is loosely based on a ?what-if? prototype scenario, involving a long-gone interurban on the Missouri-Kansas state line.


Basic decoder programming with JMRI on TrainMasters TV November 2016 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act IV - Basic decoder programming with JMRI (23:58)

Four little letters make for big possibilities in Digital Command Control: JMRI. Ed Wilson from NCE discusses the basics of using JMRI software for decoder programming.


Special bonus segments ...

 

Visit a  Allagash New Sharon yard ops  on TrainMasters TV November 2016 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Bonus - Allagash New Sharon yard ops (02:19:00)

Watch the New Sharon yard crew of Mike Confalone's HO Allagash Railway manage yard operations and switch cars in New Sharon yard.