Train, Railway and Industry Modelling
... Train, Railway and Industry Modelling




These are the companies and products that we use and are happy to recommend. You can buy their software to make your own designs, or ask us to design something for you




AnyRail©

This is the model railway design software that we use for designing layouts. It has track pieces for a vast number of gauges and manufacturers - and is updated and expanded regularly. Click on the image to go to their website.


SCARM©

SCARM - "Simple Computer Aided Railway Modeller" - is the model railway design software that we use for modelling scenery around the track. In SCARM you can use an unlimited number of tracks and objects from more than 125 libraries and instantly see your design in 3D preview with a single click. Click on the image to go to their website.


SketchUp©

SketchUp is 3D CAD - computer aided design - software. We used it as our base for creating "TRIM 3D Building Designer". It is an excellent product. Click on the image to go to their website.


Linka©

"Linka" is the manufacturer of Linka moulds for use with plaster or resin. We are happy to recommend them to customers as they make high quality, long-lasting moulds. Click on the image to go to their website.


ScaleCast©

ScaleCast is the leading UK and European retailer of ScaleCast and Linka moulds, as well as being a manufacturer of new moulds and other modelling products under its own name. We are happy to recommend them to customers as they have excellent customer service and make high quality, long-lasting moulds. Click on the image to go to their website.


LEGO©

LEGO is the world famous builder of plastic bricks and related modelling materials. They are used by children of all ages, even this 62 year old child. We also use LEGO Digital Designer in our design work. Click on the image to go to their website.


London Web Software©

London Web Software is a sister business which specialises in writing computer software that has particular application to Train, Railway and Industry Modelling ("TRIM") activities in the scale range 1:76 to 1:87. Typically, their software enables model builders to plan their physical models on computer before starting gluing. They also publish helpful videos on their YouTube channel. Click on the image to go to their website.



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