DVD

Paper to Plywood and Decaling DVD

$21.99

U0013R

Description

DVD: Paper to Plywood and Decaling

Many model railroaders use computer aided design programs to help them plan their trackwork. Other modelers still use the old reliable pencil and paper. Regardless of the method you choose to use, you still need a way to get your plans from paper to plywood. NMRA Master Model Railroader, Gerry Leone, shares with you simple tools you can use that will help you get from paper to plywood quickly and easily.

Gerry also shows you how to add decals to your structures and rolling stock. Applying these basic decaling skills can bring a special uniqueness to your own layout. 52 minutes.

Chapter Topics:

  • Using a Trammel
  • Making Track Templates for Curves
  • Laying out Track with a Template
  • Planning Track at the Workbench
  • Using a Pounce Wheel
  • Decaling
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