Sources & Resources
Plans for this locomotive, drawn by Ken Orme, consist of eight, 18" x 24" sheets. Also included is a decimal equivalency chart and a list of necessary drills, taps, dies, and reamers for this project.
The price for a set of plans is $20, postpaid within the USA. Payment can be made via a check or money order, or through PayPal to email@example.com The plans are available from:
Gears, chain, and sprocketsare available from:
If you don't already have a lathe, you'll need one for this project. A lathe is an immensely useful tool, once you get the hang of what it's all about. This locomotive is designed to be built on a small lathe, one with a swing of about 3" or so. Two of the most common of these are the Taig and the Sherline.
Tools and other goodies
E-mail them or call them up and request a catalog. Don't let them send you a catalog on CD -- get a real, paper one. When they arrive, sit down for a few quiet evenings and begin to familiarize yourself with the wonderful world of metalworking tools.
Questions and answers
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