May 202013
Build The "Ultimate" Turnout

Build the "Ultimate" Turnout - Presented 5/18/2013 at 4D PNR NMRA Spring Meet


Thank you to everyone that attended Build the “Ultimate” Turnout Clinic. As promised, I’ve posted an abbreviated version of my presentation (without the About Me slides ;)

I’ve posted a video series about building the “Ultimate” Turnout on YouTube. You can watch the videos at:

% Special Thanks to Doug Bulger, Al Lowe, & Daniel Segner for setting up the video, slide machines & computers (You guys are Awesome!) %

If you have questions contact me:

“Ultimate” Turnout Clinic.pdf


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Greg Amer

  4 Responses to ““Ultimate” Turnout Clinic”

  1. Hi Mike,

    We had about twenty (maybe more) participants. The clinic was well received. I think many of the participants were familiar with Proto:87 Stores “Ultimate” turnout and several of them told me they had been on the fence and really appreciated getting to see the tools and materials up close. I did get a few questions about FastTracks, but most of the questions were specifically about building and using the “Ultimate” Turnout.

    I pretty much lost control when I passed out materials for people to work on. They immediately grouped up and started working on the turnouts. :)

    I’ll say it again for anyone reading. Building the “Ultimate” Turnout is simple. It takes time (I spend about 3 hours on a #6 turnout), but it is still simple assembly. It might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but if you’re on the fence, hopefully my videos and clinic will push you to make an order and try it yourself.


  2. Congratulations Greg!. Keep up the good work.

  3. What was the reception from people like? The typical push-back is that it’s all too much work, I don’t have time or patience to do all that.

    Mike Cougill

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