To see the specifications for standard module sizes as well as track center-to-center distances please visit http://www.t-trak.org or reference the module blueprints below used by North Texas T-Trak. This is important if you plan to join your module to one built by someone else (which is really the whole point of T-Trak in the first place). Be sure to also refer to the document T-Trak Interface Guidelines Version 1.
Keep in mind there are other methods to build a module that meet the proper interconnection standards (i.e. track height). Several of these are covered in the unofficial T-Trak handbook (see T-Trak Related Links). Other methods include:
- Building Modules with 1x3s
- Foam Board
- Gatorboard (foamcore)
- Corrugated Cardboard
- Open Framework
Other module design and construction techniques:
- Before You Build
- Non-Standard Lengths
- Two-inch Fascias
- Bent Laminated Fascias
- Aligning Tracks
- Kato's Double Crossover
- Jeff's Adjustable Feet
- Wiring for T-Trak
- Make Your Own Terminal Joiners
- How To tweak the standard Kato No. 4 turnout for reliable performance
Above: The single module with a coat of paint and track installed is now ready for scenery.
The following blueprint is for a 180 degree corner module.