- A new Tomix rail to rail compared to conventional products, and ease of handling and dense of the appearance
Is [Fine Track. Standard rail, lineup inherits those of rail conventional products,
I realized fully compatible.
NOTE - Fine track handling
1, go to the putting on and taking off of the horizontal rail. Please be careful not to twist. In unreasonable angle
If you repeat the plug and pull out, it will hurt the rail end and Joyner.
2, please verify that the rails are connected securely before driving. If, between rail that is connected
And there are steps in the vehicle is not only to digress, and you will quickly damage the rail.
3, if you want to power the rail electricity from the power unit, please use the DC feeder dedicated
In order to maintain good power function of the rail, frequently optional 4, <6401> rail rail of all
After polish it with cleaner, and dry weapon. Please note that do not wear and oil in particular.
5, because it is made of ABS ballast is (base part), where the (direct sunlight, heating appliances a hot place
Please do not leave for a long time, etc.) near. There is a possibility of deformation. In addition, such as thinner
Please note also chemicals.
- About Joiner
1, if you want to connect the rail, (please adjust upward acceleration or a little) oriented horizontally Joiner
2, If Joyner is out, please attach a note the orientation of the Joyner. A sharp part
Please note that no personal injury on such.
- How to use with rail viaduct
Viaduct with rail (F) is intended to make the elevated tracks in combination with the optional pier.
Straight, who is handling both the same curve rail basically.
- This product is a circle of one in eight.
※ It is not possible to mount the DC feeder N directly to the viaduct with a single line of rail.
The installation of DC feeder and N S70-A <3064> New viaduct, and <1024> Straight rail
Do you combine the S70 (F), (F) is useful <1061> double track rail DS140.
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