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  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.


Painted QHBH samples have been added to https://www.facebook.com/auscisionmodels/

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  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
BDX's have arrived!
  lkernan Deputy Commissioner

Location: Melbourne
But on a good note, Auscision will have a big product announcement on Saturday morning with samples of a new product range on display in our showcase. This is something we have been working on for a number of years and we are excited to finally be able to announce our new range. For those that cannot attend the exhibition we will post details of it on Saturday evening.
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Auscision N scale...  nah, they wouldn't do that, would they?
  kingfisher Chief Train Controller

But on a good note, Auscision will have a big product announcement on Saturday morning with samples of a new product range on display in our showcase. This is something we have been working on for a number of years and we are excited to finally be able to announce our new range. For those that cannot attend the exhibition we will post details of it on Saturday evening.

Auscision N scale...  nah, they wouldn't do that, would they?
lkernan
Overhead to go with all the Electric Locos they have released?
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
I shall take a stab that the new product range is the 'Auscision Collectibles' cars in 1/87 & 1/64.
  comtrain Chief Commissioner

Location: Near Albury Wodonga
Ha Ha
Well y'all?
nobody is first to post yet? 2 hours in?
I guess you are all so busy fighting your way into the bargain bins Very Happy
Cheers
Rod
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
But on a good note, Auscision will have a big product announcement...

Auscision N scale...  nah, they wouldn't do that, would they?
lkernan
The "big product announcement" was indeed N scale, NR's first up.
  lkernan Deputy Commissioner

Location: Melbourne
  1. Woooooo!!!!
  2. I wonder if this is why all trace of the  sds n scale one vanished.

Hopefully the kick n scale australian needs.
  Spinner5711 Train Controller

NR, an N Scale R Class then.  Sounds okay.
  comtrain Chief Commissioner

Location: Near Albury Wodonga
But on a good note, Auscision will have a big product announcement...

Auscision N scale...  nah, they wouldn't do that, would they?
The "big product announcement" was indeed N scale, NR's first up.
Poath Junction
From me "ho hum" of no real interest Sad
But for all of you "n" scalers out there..wow I am so happy for you.
Much too late for me, but hopefully this will make it possible for small house or apartment dwellers to get into the hobby.
So it is a big deal, and of course whilst they concentrate most of their efforts doing n scale it takes the pressure of HO scalers who cant stop buying everything they bring out
So it is a really big deal, even if it does not interest the majority of their present customer base Wink
Cheers
Rod
  lkernan Deputy Commissioner

Location: Melbourne
For me the advantage is that I can run decent length trains in the small space I have available.  
A single NR hauling 3 wagons in HO just looks stupid on a little layout and I'm not fond of VR 4 wheelers from the 70's in little trains.

I'm planning over time to focus my HO stuff on the 12mm narrow gauge and stick to Tasmanian and some Queensland and South Australian prototypes.   Dump the standard gauge stuff on ebay and build up some N scale to scratch that itch.  
Hopefully Auscision just made that a lot easier.
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.


"...We plan to make many of our previously produced HO Scale locomotives and rolling stock models in N Scale, with most of the standard features all packed into N.". - via facebook
  lkernan Deputy Commissioner

Location: Melbourne

"...We plan to make many of our previously produced HO Scale locomotives and rolling stock models in N Scale, with most of the standard features all packed into N.". - via facebook
Poath Junction
  meh Chief Commissioner

Location: Sydney
Any news on the single-pack BDX variant?

Great news for Aussie N-scalers that eventually most of their HO range will be in N Scale.
  davesvline Chief Commissioner

Location: 1983-1998
Ok, I'll bite!!

Pop quiz.... Who's prepared to hock all of their HO scale stuff on eBay and make the transition lock stock stick the lot to N scale on the off chance Auscision isn't taking the pistola out of us all??

Massive advantages in scaling down, but to do so you'd want absolutely everything you had before and probably more to justify such a move IMHO?

Regards
  lkernan Deputy Commissioner

Location: Melbourne
the off chance Auscision isn't taking the pistola out of us all??
davesvline
You think they'd do tooling samples and announce a new product line to take the p?
Someone must be waiting for their Tangara.
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.
Any news on the single-pack BDX variant?
meh
Rumour mill says "
lysaghts"
  GT46C-ACe Assistant Commissioner

Location: Sydney, NSW
The whole HO range done in N? Yes please.
  Poath Junction Chief Commissioner

Location: In front of a computer most of the time.

Lysaght Steel (Single Car) now available, $65.
  DJPeters Assistant Commissioner

For me the advantage is that I can run decent length trains in the small space I have available.  
A single NR hauling 3 wagons in HO just looks stupid on a little layout and I'm not fond of VR 4 wheelers from the 70's in little trains.

I'm planning over time to focus my HO stuff on the 12mm narrow gauge and stick to Tasmanian and some Queensland and South Australian prototypes.   Dump the standard gauge stuff on ebay and build up some N scale to scratch that itch.  
Hopefully Auscision just made that a lot easier.
lkernan
What about a NR hauling a single bogie wagon, seen that once in real life so nothing is really stupid.
  nswtrains Chief Commissioner



"...We plan to make many of our previously produced HO Scale locomotives and rolling stock models in N Scale, with most of the standard features all packed into N.". - via facebook
Poath Junction
Be tempted to purchase an N scale NR class to run with my modern Yankee N scale EMD/GE's etc just for comparison sake.

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