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November 11, 2009

Worlds Smallest Model Train

at 11:52 am. Filed under Crazy Hacks, What Were They Thinking


David Smith has built the smallest train I have ever seen. The Claim that it is the worlds smallest is probably true. Watch the video to see a good description of how the drive mechanism works. It is truly out of the box thinking.

"After carefully inserting the train-shaped tubing into its oval slot, I bonded the layout to a styrene support block that was in turn bonded to a mounting plate attached to the motor. This was an iterative process that involved fitting and sanding and fitting and sanding until the support block was exactly the right height. The mounting plate was made relatively large to provide a convenient means of attaching the mechanism to the layout under the building."


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6 Responses to “Worlds Smallest Model Train”

  1. LeftyX Says:

    It’s not a train! There are no cars, no engine, not even a track! Deceptively ingenious? Yes.

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  3. ericwertz Says:

    That is SO hilarious. Well done, man.

  4. Macrame Melissa Says:

    Finally, fleas get to feel like giants!

  5. JJ Says:

    I can see too much time on ones hand!! I could put this person to some real work lol

  6. jjm Says:

    Where is the train?

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