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Getting the right angle
« on: July 17, 2018, 05:33:51 pm »
I normally use the York Models magnetic ones

https://www.yorkmodelrail.com/useful-bits/yorks-magnetic-mates-box-set-1

However finally came across a subject that was too narrow to get the inner piece in place, found a solution using  small fridge magnets 3x6mm. A bit more awkward to get the pieces being joined into position but seems to work.

Think I'll have a go at making some holders for them similar to the York Models ones but smaller.
Cheers MIKE
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