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N-gauge turntable bridge
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N-Gauge Turntable bridge, to be used with a Peco NB-55 Well or with my N-guage turntable well with module 0.5 gear.
draaipen : pivot
draaipen2 : pivot for use with 28BYJ-48 Stepper Motor
Brugdek : Bridge decking/top
draaischijf_brugdeel : turntable side panel
wheelset :static (sliding) wheels
draaischijf_bak: turntable well with module 0.5 gear ring.
To improve movement I etched some brass plates with metal discs as wheels for my own turntable.
Just glue the side panels to the bridge decking using the pivot as a mould. But don't glue the pivot before mounting the (pin)contacts!
Glue the wheelsets together and slide them in their slots in the side panels.
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