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    I envisage the construction of modules for of 20.3 and 7/8, I arise two questions:

    - In what material made you your backdrop?

    - How fix them you to modules? Especially for an assembly and a fast dismantling for exhibitions

    Thank you of your help
    http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=49171&whichpage=5

  • #2
    a few ideas [:-idea] to think about

    http://www.modvid.com.au/html/body_s...tral_2007.html
    " Stay Motivated in Life "

    http://www.modvid.com.au/html/body_mario_rapinett.html

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    • #3
      Just visit my thread. It covers everything you may need. It starts at the beginning. Over 4 years.of stuff. Its holding up well and still adding stuff.. Ty

      http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/t...TOPIC_ID=36635

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      • #4
        Hello and thanks to you

        Hey Ty, I had looked well at your thread repeatedly, but as I use a translator, I had not seized everything.

        Moreover a thing which I does not include, they are your connectors: you screw in the foam with screws? It holds for several times?

        Thank you for being willing to light me

        JGD
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        • #5
          JGD,

          I hold the modules together with C-clamps. The end of each module does have 1/2" holes drilled and dowels are inserted for alignment. The only modules that are screwed together are the trestle modules. And I use blind nuts for those...

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          • #6
            Ok Ty, but I had to badly express myself.

            I wanted to speak small connectors to hold your on-line backdrops and abutting
            http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=49171&whichpage=5

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            • #7
              If you go to page 17 and 18 of my thread you can see how I did it. At first I was using screws to hold the back drop on but I have now switched to about a 2" clamp. The clamp allows me to easily adjust the back drop. The screws were a little more difficult. The small pieces of light plywood I use on the top and middle of the backdrop have held up pretty well.

              Ty






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              • #8
                To be made of this foam my backdrop has held up really well. You just need to store it well. I made 2 boxes that is fits into. It could easily be damaged. But i have not hand any accidents with it yet...

                Ty

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                • #9
                  Thank you Ty and bravo for your work
                  http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=49171&whichpage=5

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