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Yes it will run happily from a parallel port and I use that on my ancient laptop. As the port is long obsolete future versions of RC may well discontinue it so be careful if you update it an any time ...
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Just two is all I need, thanks very much. 11mm x 6mm would do nicely. I will PM my address.
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I need a pair of H:O or similar size tyres for a scenery project, the smaller and thinner the better. Used examples are fine. Has anybody got a couple going spare please? Postage costs etc naturally r...
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Your wish is our command. New forum added for all things 3DP. Kevan, we have no hang-ups about links to other sites, unlike some forums I could mention. You are welcome to post links to anywhere you ...
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   [Video: https://youtu.be/Fij8xXZyPIc] As requested - a new forum to cover 3D printing. This is experimental at the moment to see what sort of response it gets. Feel free to post anything 3DP relat...
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I still use it on my track occasionally but it is very basic and won't work properly on Windows 10. As Andy says, Race Coordinator is far superior although it does need a lot of set up input.
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A 3DP forum is easy to set up in a couple of minutes and may well be a good idea but some questions first: Would it be strictly for the theory and practice of the printing itself or would it include ...
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£64.95? Pendle's have it in stock at £56.50 and they don't normally discount from RRP unless you have a code.
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I have paid very little attention to proxy racing in the past but hosting a round of this one proved very enjoyable so I would be pleased to do it again in the future. I must compliment Graham on his ...
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(14th-Oct-21, 01:55 PM)Top Down Wrote:  Any tips come out of all this for improving off road cars at all? Box stock and unlubricated was not the way to go with the Ranger, which came home last...
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If you need a start gantry/advertising hoarding then you could pay £28 plus £5 postage for one of these. [attachment=18492] Or, if you are a cheapskate like me then you could make your own for a frac...
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The world is going to hell on a handcart - climate change, energy crisis, virus, labour shortage, panic buying everything - and it is headline news that people can't access a social media site for jus...
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(3rd-Oct-21, 05:19 PM)Gpa113 Wrote:  Re the Scratchbuilt class. It seems that the 4 entries do not like the SCX track system.  They all had problems with you,  and all had problems at a previous...
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Tel (savage) came over today to lend a hand with the final two stages. He drove the Class A Ninco cars while I did the Class D scratch-builds. Class A Ninco  - these could not cope with any of the re...
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Two classes run today: Class B SCX - run with full complement of obstacles, I had to reposition a couple as placing them directly after a bend was not the brightest idea!  As expected none of the car...
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My good lady's sewing machine is called Pearl because: ♫ Pearl's a singer She stands up when she plays the piano In a nightclub ♫ :bigsmile: By Elkie Brooks if you are old enough to remember her.
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The entrants have arrived safely in Norfolk. [attachment=18314] Having borrowed SWMBO's sewing room for the weekend this is the track they will take on: [attachment=18316] [attachment=18315] It is a...
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Stumbled across this place recently while on holiday in East Lincolnshire:  [attachment=18101][attachment=18102] Well worth a visit if you are in the vicinity. A superb collection of model cars - di...
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(17th-Sep-21, 01:29 PM)Savage GT Wrote:  The actual NASCAR trucks are the full size monsters  :cool: Not quite. They are also scaled down versions, here is a comparison shot for you: [attachment...
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I would buy as many trucks as they could produce but unfortunately the major manufacturers bailed out of anything NASCAR some time ago and I can't see them returning any time soon. Licensing costs are...
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