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custom track
#1
While I was searching for some Tomy train images, I came across to this pic from a blog ( https://tomy-trains.blogspot.com/2006/11...ayout.html )

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Whoever created that special track is very good with his/her hands.  Very precise and accurate.  Nowadays you can in theory create the custom track using 3D 
printer.
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I think the same guy had a tutorial for building these custom track pieces. I may be confusing him with another Plarail blogger, though.
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#3
Nice solution, but I don't think that is specially designed and 3D printed track there, it's just someone who is very good with a craft knife and glue Smile
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I also remember a video where a fellow made custom tracks. I think his were a little more work as he used putty. These look to be a simpler version where there is just cut - glue & remove some plastic. Never the less they are fine looking and gives me ideas Big Grin
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It does make me wonder what we could come up with in 3D design software and with a 3D printer though Smile
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