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Old 12-29-2008, 06:51 AM   #1
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It is good to remember that there are more than just 90 and 180 degree turns in atrack layout. I made a layout-helper that has grid lines at 45 degree angles to help me sketch layouts that have angles, but also obey minimum lane widths. You can say each line is 8, 10, or whatever feet apart:
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I use this program

http://www.rcarchive.com/pics/2007/trackmaker.zip
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