Smallest T-Gauge loco?

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Re: Smallest T-Gauge loco?

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Hello Jesse, the case of this motor has the dimensions 3x4x6mm.
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Important Note: The gears with 20 teeth are only usable if your layouts are WITHOUT points/turnouts and crossings !!

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A new smallest T Gauge loco is in work. Only 11.5mm long!
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It takes shape.
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Almost finished!
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Finished!
Video follows.
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Re: Smallest T-Gauge loco?

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This is great. Can we expect a cool video as well?

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No, it's small! (-;
So small that it is very difficult to make a sharp video. Also drives a locomotive with only two axles and small wheels not as good as steam locomotives with large wheels.

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Great job. Congratulations.
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Re: Smallest T-Gauge loco?

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Thank you, Pawel.
Just a little video to demonstrate that the little locomotive really drives:

https://youtu.be/8gW03SxpxpE

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Looks great! I agree that it hard to get a small locomotive to run smoothly driving the small wheels. I just completed a drive for a GG1 that uses reduced gearing and small wheels.

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Re: Smallest T-Gauge loco?

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Thank you, Joe.
Show some pictures of your GG1 project! But better make a new thread, it does not fit the topic here.

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Re: Smallest T-Gauge loco?

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To fill the T Gauge summer hole, another video of the smallest model railway locomotive in the world:

https://youtu.be/5WKKIEL_vUw

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