A year after presenting its first Drive Technology catalogue, the Austrian manufacturer reflects its latest component updates in its second edition catalogue, available to browse online.
Ferro-Train has updated its component and complete drive catalogue – a range which now includes 481 items across 100 pages and which caters for a number of scales and gauges.
Ferro-Train commented, "We have tried to simplify the search for the right component and here, a picture is worth a thousand words. Numerous components are now shown as dimensioned drawings and allow a better overview of the variety of options."
Its individual drives have also been further developed. In addition to the small but powerful bell-shaped armature drives, new wheelbases and popular parts sets for its common drives are now available. The range of spare parts has been expanded to include simple but hard-to-find components such as flywheels and cardan shafts.
The manufacturer's range of drive-train components is aimed at modellers producing 3D-printed models, or smaller manufacturers who produce limited-edition kits, and those seeking a motorisation platform. For 3D-pinted kit artists, the manufacturer is offering a drive-train service, where it chooses a tailor-made drive set for your model, making it easier for customers to order.
To browse the catalogue, and for further details on its range, including current pricing and availability, visit the Ferro-Train website.
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