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Old 01-22-2014, 02:48 AM
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Default 30mm 4X4 Brass Axles, Sexy or Sick?

Hey guys its been a while since the 1/32 axles are online. Now here is my recent work - 30mm 4X4 Brass Axles.

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Old 01-22-2014, 04:02 AM
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Really..... Now thats pretty unbelievable Sam. 30mm.. Hmm Super Sexy!! Are you planning to make these in any numbers or is this a personal project?
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Old 01-22-2014, 08:28 AM
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i can definitely see a market. I believe it will be a much smaller market compared to the 1/32 axles, but I believe there will be one. 30mm is overal width i assume? yeah, not sure what gauge/scale, but i imagine there'd be a market in the model railroad arena too. it takes ((in my case)) a *special kinda stupid* to model rc in a scale that small. For the micro gurus on here, it is *true dedication* and quite possibly just another day at the work bench!!!
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Table Top Truck Trials may become popular in the states!
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Old 01-22-2014, 09:32 AM
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Those are insane. i'd be interested in a set just to put them on a key chain
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Old 01-22-2014, 10:24 AM
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tablist i wasn't even going to approach that one yet. I have a bunch of links to Euro sites with TTTT parts but by the time i pay shipping,vat etc, it gets EXPENSIVE.

Sam, as tablist mentions, TTTT ((1/87th scale/HO gauge model trains)))) a rear drive axle ready to install, possibly offer a motor too.
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Old 01-22-2014, 11:09 AM
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tablist i wasn't even going to approach that one yet. I have a bunch of links to Euro sites with TTTT parts but by the time i pay shipping,vat etc, it gets EXPENSIVE.

Sam, as tablist mentions, TTTT ((1/87th scale/HO gauge model trains)))) a rear drive axle ready to install, possibly offer a motor too.
You and me both! Did you notice there is not much in the way of new info, just old links?

This may very well spark the interest of TTTT here on the forum again.

I personally like to show off the 1/32's to people like they're jewelry!
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Those are sick af
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Old 01-22-2014, 07:51 PM
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Really..... Now thats pretty unbelievable Sam. 30mm.. Hmm Super Sexy!! Are you planning to make these in any numbers or is this a personal project?
I hope I could make some DIY set later. The universal joint part is too difficult now. I am trying to find a easy way.

Some parts I am using for this axle. The worm and gear are 0.2M. The Bearing is 1mm*3mm*1mm.
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Old 01-22-2014, 07:58 PM
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i can definitely see a market. I believe it will be a much smaller market compared to the 1/32 axles, but I believe there will be one. 30mm is overal width i assume? yeah, not sure what gauge/scale, but i imagine there'd be a market in the model railroad arena too. it takes ((in my case)) a *special kinda stupid* to model rc in a scale that small. For the micro gurus on here, it is *true dedication* and quite possibly just another day at the work bench!!!
The scale is around 1:70 or 1:72. I think this axle could be fit for 1:72 trucks. I just bought a Revell 03179, will make a 6X6 to test.
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Old 01-22-2014, 08:06 PM
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WOW, i used to model 1/72, that's very nice.

Sam, you can do a quick google search on tabletop truck trials to see them. for a HO gauge rc truck, it only needs the simplest of simple axles to drive it.
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WOW, i used to model 1/72, that's very nice.

Sam, you can do a quick google search on tabletop truck trials to see them. for a HO gauge rc truck, it only needs the simplest of simple axles to drive it.
For 4X4, 1/72 is the smallest I could make. 1/87 is too small for me. If not a 4X4, then it is quite easy.

Some axle and gearbox samples I get from Europe. I prefer gearbox all in brass. The last picture is a brass gear unit 1:90, dimensions 15 x 6 x 6 mm (without motor). The unit production cost is around USD 15 if place a order for 100 sets in China.
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Old 01-22-2014, 09:15 PM
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for TTTT i personally wouldn't need 4x4 at all. don't know about others.

the 30mm axles will work nicely in 64th-72nd scales looks like.
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You and me both! Did you notice there is not much in the way of new info, just old links?

This may very well spark the interest of TTTT here on the forum again.

I personally like to show off the 1/32's to people like they're jewelry!


Dont know if you've seen on Facebook or not. Maybe I know ya over there already and just dont recognize the name. I'm *Lou Wee* over there. Sam has LOTS of new stuff coming in 87th.
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