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N Scale, #6 3-Way Assembly Fixture for Micro Engineering 40 Rail - MIRRORED


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The is normally stocked but we are currently out. You can still order this part and we will ship it as soon as it is available.

PRICE : $163.45

Three-way turnouts are great space savers, especially in rail yards where there never seems to be enough space to fit everything we need. Quite a bit of space can be saved by working in a Three-Way turnout to your design.

This three way turnout fixture is a Mirrored version of our original three way turnout. Refer to the product image above to ensure you are selecting the one that is right for your design.

Our Three Way turnouts are not more difficult to construct than a standard turnout and only take a little longer to build. Fast Tracks Standard Three-Way turnouts are a “lapped” design, meaning it’s made of two turnouts slightly in front of each other. Use our Three Way turnout fixture to build switches that look great and will eliminate track related derailments and frustration. Fast Tracks assembly fixtures will help you build high-quality hand laid track that:

  • Is Highly Accurate – Build 3-ways that stay in perfect gauge – permanently
  • Performs Perfectly – Eliminates track related derailments
  • Is Economical – Build hundreds of 3-ways with one fixture
  • Is Easy To Build – No special skills are needed
  • Can Be Built Quickly – Build a 3-way in less than an hour!
  • Looks Great! – Get results that rival even the most experienced modelers
  • Lets You Work in Comfort – Build trackwork at your workbench
  • Is Compliant – Will work with any compliant equipment

If you order a Fast Tracks assembly fixture, we highly recommend that you consider purchasing the matching Three Way PointForm and StockAid tool.

Click on the Supplies Tab above to add additional items needed to build 3 Way turnouts to your order. Try our Supplies Calculator to determine the consumable items you will need for your trackwork project.


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Default Turnout Length" ( mm)This is the length of the turnout on the QuickSticks. Measured from end tie to end tie.
Minimum Turnout Length" ( mm)This is the shortest possible turnout length. Measured from the end PC board tie to end PC board tie.
Diverging Route Angle (Decimal)
1: (Ratio)
Decimal = Frog angle in decimal degrees
D/M/S = Deg/Min/Sec
Ratio = Frog angle expressed as a ratio
Diverging Route Radius" ( mm)The minimum radius in a straight turnout.
Tie Spacing (Prototype)" ( mm)Tie spacing center of tie to center of tie.
Tie Size (Model)L - " ( mm)
W - " ( mm)
H - " ( mm)
The actual size of the tie.
Tie Size (Prototype)L - ' ( m)
W - "( mm)
H - " ( mm)
The original tie size that the model was based on.
Secondary Frog Angle°The second frog angle for any switch that has two frogs.
Track Gauge" ( mm)The distance between the stock rails.
Substitution Radius" ( mm)The approximate radius that the diverging route of a turnout can be fit into. This calculation was made using the shortest possible turnout length measured from the edges of the PC board ties, not the wood ties.
SizeL - " ( mm)
W - " ( mm)
H - " ( mm)
The physical size of the product
Weight lbs ( kg)
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