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Links to module standards, any scale.
« on: June 15, 2018, 12:32:19 PM »
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I have asked Tom if I could add a dedicated thread for modular standards that would eventually be pinned here in this category.  I will create a final compilation thread after I receive all or most of the info.

Would like the final list to be all inclusive.

In order:

  • Please provide the scale.
  • Please provide the official name.
  • Please provide a single link (that may lead to many) to the actual orgainzation or standard that applies to the above

I am formally requesting that contributing members please refrain from criticizing or promoting any one standard8) :ashat:

The purpose of this eventual list is twofold- easy location for prospective module builders, and to allow folks to explore modules beyond a formal layout.

  • This request applies to any scale
  • This request applies to any module type

Thanks to all contributors in advance.  8) :D
« Last Edit: November 17, 2019, 03:16:01 PM by GaryHinshaw »

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I'll start:

Scale: N

Name: NTrak

Link: http://www.ntrak.org/

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Scale: Multiple

Name: FREMO

Link: https://www.fremo-net.eu/en/home/
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Scale: N

Name: T-Trak

Link: http://www.ttrak.org/

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Scale: N

Name: Free-MoN

Link: http://free-moN.com
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Scale: N

Name: T-Trak

Link: http://www.ttrak.org/

T-Trak standards cover from N to O-27,  although probably 99% are n scale modelers...

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See the links on the following page to the various NMRA 'Module Standards' and 'Module Recommended Practices':
https://www.nmra.org/index-nmra-standards-and-recommended-practices

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European Train Enthusiasts Module Specifications: http://www.ete.org/module-specifications

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Looks like Free-mo was missed. Although bracketed by Fremo and Free-MoN

http://www.free-mo.org/standard

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N-Scale:  https://www.modutrak.com/forums/index.php?forums/modutrak-public-forum.10/.

These guys are good, though not so much at updating the site...

I really like their concept for module legs.

Regards,

Wayne