New to the Key Model World Shop are 10 packs of 3D printed axle counters produced by PJM Models. They are in stock and available now.
British railway axle counters have joined the Key Model World Shop with release of a 3D printed design by PJM Models for ‘OO’ gauge which was originally created for Pete Waterman’s Making Tracks layouts.
Above: The 3D printed axle counters are supplied as a 10 pack for £2.99.
Above: The 3D printed axle counters are supplied unpainted. They will requiring priming before receiving final colours.
Axle counters are positioned at the beginning and end of a track section and count the numbers of axles entering and leaving the section. They have been used to replace traditional track circuits on the British railway network during infrastructure upgrades.
The 3D printed ‘OO’ gauge models from PJM are offered in packs of 10 priced at £2.99. They are supplied in plain grey and require painting and positioning on a layout.
Above: 3D printed axle counters originally designed for Pete Waterman's Making Tracks layout are now available from the Key Model World Shop.
These new axle counters are available now exclusively from the Key Model World Shop.
Above: PJM Models latest release are 3D printed axle counters for 'OO' gauge.