Here are a couple of photos of a distant signal in its raw as received state. Sorry but this is the best I have been able to do, it is very hard to photograph a white object.
|Distant Signal Side View|
|Distant Signal Front View|
There is a spare counterweight lever(s) printed on the base of all signals, I left them there from my pilot model just in case the Frosted Ultra Detail ones were fragile but so far they seem to work fine.
Here is a picture of the details parts without the handling protection enclosing framework. The material shows as being clear but it has yet to be rinsed in some acetone to remove a light oil that is used by Shapeways to remove some waxy supporting material from the printing process. Once rinsed in acetone the material goes whitish.
|Signal Detail Parts|
|Early Version Bracket Signal|
Here is a picture showing a two arm outer home and distant signal and two Tam Valley servo motors mounted underneath the baseboard. I like the Tam Valley Singlet servos as they are relatively cheap, include a DCC accessory decoder on the control board, have an auto adjusting feature for the throw and are easy to install.
|Two Servo Motors Driving Two Signal Arms|
And another video showing the down loop starter at Wollar, yes I know some like to call it an inner home or some such.... ;-)
Til next time.