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It’s interesting to note the differences in tie size and count in the Tomix and the Kato track, since they’re both supposed to be models of Japanese narrow-gauge. The Tomix and the Fleischmann are much closer in appearance than I’d thought. So get yourself a couple of those, and you’ll be blending Tomix track into your layout with ease.
However, I have been advised to stick to Fleischmann track for this layout. Read very expensive in the USA. Does anyone know of such an adapter? I love the simplicity of the KATO. All suggestions fleiscgmann so appreciated. I have areas where I would like to substitute some of my existing track, of which I have many.
Does any of the aforementioned manufacturers make an adapter so that at some point these tracks neuheien be intermixed? Any ideas will be graciously accepted. You may have to ‘shave’ a little of the Fleischmann roadbed as it looks like the detail that cast in may interfere a little with the joiner, but I don’t even think you’ll need to do that!
I’ll post a photo in just a few minutes of both Atlas and Trix track connected to the Fleischmann so you can see for yourself. Hi Mel, I posted some photos, hopefully these will help!
I’m not really sure what a “Noch” layout is, I’m assuming that this is a layout based on some plan or materials from Noch? Best of luck to you! Jerry, Thanks for your comments and photos. The track laying is coming along.
However, my grand son is having trouble getting the couplers on the Fleischman track. Once connected they are smooth as silk.
Are there track connectors we should be using? I have the Atlas from years ago that came joined. I then bought some others whose name I cannot remember.
They has a small slot to use?? Once the fleischmanns were connected they are solid. The newer ones seem more solid than the older Atlas joiners. Any recommendations would fleishcmann appreciated. Thanks for all your help. I shall now be combining my old Atlas and Trix track to finish the layout. I promise one the track is down and we are running I will send photos.
Happy Holidays to all. Grandpa Mel My grandson calls me geeps. Has anyone found a fleischamnn to connect kato N scale track to Atlas n scale track c80? I need a curved viaduct and seems that Kato is the only one. The rest of my track is all Atlas. As they are both Code 80 rails there is no problem. The only think you have to do is add some roadbed underneath the Atlas track so that it comes up the height of the Unitrack track.
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Although if your transition from ‘level’ track to a viaduct, you may not have to even do that. I have several Atlas or Minitrix or Fleischmann or Tomix neuehiten to Unitrack and they all connect just fine. With the Atlas track, you can use either the Kato ‘uni-joiners’ or traditional Atlas joiners. I have the same layout and has builded it with Minitrix track, no problems Noch even provide a track layout for Minitrix, just follow that. Working on a western U. I am just getting started and I bought a Fleischmann starter set and a lot of Fleischmann Piccolo track.
I found some of my dad’s old N scale stuff from the early 70s and used some of the Atlas 80 track with the Fleischmann in the train yard area. It works fine but the Atlas track appears to be slightly raised from the surface because of the lack of beuheiten. Would you use flex cork underneath or would that be too thick?
Yes, cork might be too thick as the ‘roadbed’ for Fleischmann is very tiny compared to Tomix or Kato track. I would recommend using some small sheets of styrene plastic essentially, you can pick up at a hobby shop, “Evergreen Plastics” is a common brand to shim up the Atlas tracks where they connect to the Fleischmann.
All you want to do is to minimize any ‘bumps’ in the track tops at the transition between the two track types. You may also be able to use a thin, sturdy card stock as well if styrene is not available. Most of my layout is Kato Unitrackbut through the purchase of various starter sets or unique track capabilities, I’ve got a little bit of track from Tomix primarily for their tight radius Tram systemFleischmann Profitrack that came with a starter set, but also for some excellent flex trackMinitrix and Atlas.
I thought it might be interesting to provide a few photo comparisons of two of those track systems that have roadbed that are not real well known in the US; Tomix Finetrack and Fleischmann’s Profitrack. Below is a close up of the Fleischmann and Tomix tracks: As you can see, the Fleischmann is the narrowest, at just about 16mm, Tomix is a bit wider at 18mm, while the Kato Unitrack appears to be a hefty 25mm in comparison!
While they are all Code 80 – and thank goodness for that! Tomix, interestingly enough, seems to put its rail joiners on the opposite side of other manufacturers, and with that ‘cast in’ connector on the Tomix roadbed, some sort of modification or a Kato Unitrack joiner for this purpose is necessary.
A final shot below shows a side view While I have definite plans to use Finetrack for a tram system in my downtown remodel mm radius curves and accessories to make it look like rails in the street That will be cool and will require some big changes to my layout – but super-elevated curves are worth it!
I also have additional plans for the Fleischmann track While its not perfect, I don’t know if any sort of adapter would help. Below is the Atlas code 80 track and Fleischmann: The Atlas track as well works nicely with the Fleischmann track.
The Fleischmann track is hair taller, but this can easily be addressed by fleischmann very thin shim. If it were me, I would not worry about an adapter.
I recall reading somewhere that Trix does make an adapter, but I think this was for another track system Rapido? Good luck on your layout project!
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