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Old 12-30-2014, 11:25 AM
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It is the European locomotive classification system. For example, Bn2t means B:two powered axles, n:narrowgage, 2:two meter narrow gage, t:tank locomotive (no tender).
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Signs explanation Xnxt

"X" - Number of drive axles;
B - 2
C - 3
D - 4
"n" - saturated steam powered (Nadampf) ;

"x" - number of cylinders;

"t" - steam lokomotive without tender (water tanks on two sides of locomotive) ;

Bn2t is the type of N Gauge steam locomotive without tender of the B-axis (0-2-0) system, with twin two-cylinder engine powered by saturated steam. Produced by August Borsig Berlin-Tegel Factory in Berlin during 1924-1925

Cn2t is the type of N Gauge steam locomotive without tender of the C-axis (0-3-0) system, with twin two-cylinder engine powered by saturated steam. Example Cn2t Las It's a 3 axle polish version of german "Riesa" produced during 1947-48 in Fabryka Lokomotyw im. Feliksa Dzierżyńskiego in Chrzanow.

Dn2 is the type of N Gauge steam locomotive without tender of the D -axis (0-4-0) system. Example austrian kkStB 73
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Thanks a lot for the very informative explanation !!

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Hello

Here are 2 parts of film of running steam locomotive Las in action

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHiIRtJSpM8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wO3SO2HsteU
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As you can see it's been a while since I posted about this project. Despite what you might think ; I have not abandoned the built, but I have been too busy with other things.
Recently I started a basic course on 3D designing, and as a matter of fact, I have been using this very model to tinker with designing in Tinkercad.

Here you can see what I have so far, and if you have access to a 3D printer, you can even download the parts

Cn2t Kettle+tanks kit by DanCooper - Thingiverse
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Great stuff!

Do you use rolled paper for those long tubes or do you use wire?
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Old 10-12-2015, 11:55 AM
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All the pipes are bent from copper wire, since they are only 1mm.
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Don't worry... Lassy is not dead yet... she may have been asleep for a long time, but since I've restarted paper modelling with the Central Pacific n60 Jupiter, I am confident that she will soon be taken care of ...
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