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Hey folks, just wanted to let you know that the Calnaga Castings store is open and filling orders again. We were closed for a couple of years due to a demanding work assignment, but the store is open again. The correct web address is www.calnaga.com. I’ve seen it stated incorrectly in various threads. We also have a Facebook page, Calnaga Castings. Happy Modeling Steve Perry/Calnaga Castings
For many years a friend of mine and I were collaborating on his model of a carnival in N-scale (that is a model train scale of 1:160). He built the models and I animated and illuminated them. The scene resides on a pair of NTRAK modules which we display at the local model train shows. Here is an older video showing the original midway. Couple of years ago my friend wanted to expand the midway by adding another couple of feet to the module set. One of the rides was going to be bumper cars. Since there are no commercially available models of N-scale bumper cars I offered to make them for hi
Thought I would try to resin cast some brake rotors for a PT Cruiser convertible I'm working on, as the wheels are open and absence of rotors is quite noticeable. I am planning to use a rotor from a 1998 Firebird kit as a master, and use a one piece mold. Looking for advice on how to mold the center hole open so that the rotor will slip over the wheel.