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The software developers of DRail, a track planning software, have launched English and Dutch speaking discussion forums for the users of DRail.

The English-language forums are located at: http://www.drail.net/forum_en/index.php
Discussions on track plans, tips and tricks, problems, and wish lists will all be entertained.

DRail is a software, costing 27 GBP, or 38 EUR, and is truly one of the easiest track planning software around. One can download a free demo version which supports a limited number of items on the drawing board. It's definetely a product worth looking at if you've been having difficulties mastering other CAD track planning software.

The libraries currently supported include a very thorough list of HO, N, and G scale manufacturers including the following:

Scale H0/00
  • Atlas Code 83
  • Atlas Code 100
  • Atlas Code True-Track
  • Fleischmann Profi
  • Fleischmann Modell
  • Hornby Standard Track
  • Lima
  • Märklin C
  • Märklin K
  • Märklin M
  • Peco Setrack
  • Peco Streamline Code 75
  • Peco Streamline Code 100
  • Piko A
  • Roco geoLINE
  • Roco Line with roadbed
  • Roco Line without roadbed
  • Tillig Elite H0/H0m/H0e
  • Trix Express
Scale N
  • Arnold
  • Atlas Code 55
  • Atlas Code 80
  • Fleischmann Piccolo
  • Kato Unitrack
  • Minitrix
  • Peco Finescale Code 55
  • Roco
Scale G and I
  • LGB
 

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Hi Kimbo. Didn't realise you were here also. :eek:)

QUOTE (Kimbo @ 13 Jan 2008, 08:58) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>The libraries currently supported include a very thorough list of HO, N, and G scale manufacturers including the following:

Scale H0/00
  • Atlas Code 83
  • Atlas Code 100
etc.

And they are adding Marklin Z and several others in the near future. They sound really friendly and appear to listen and, though time will tell, act.

I haven't used DRail in anger yet (I downloaded it but had to go into hospital) but the results I have seen look really good. It is only a planner, none of the 3D scenic bits that I can never seem to master in the other, more expensive, packages.

Best wishes,
Chris
 
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