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    perfect Eurobeat for this forum
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6SUuS51ieE
    PRR Fan I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmariocgii View Post
    perfect Eurobeat for this forum
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6SUuS51ieE
    I'd say the 電車でD BGM are more fitting...

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    JR 205 Yamanote Line

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    New Enginesoud:

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Jz...jiN_N51u1fsDry

    The GTO Chopper enginesound for TRTA/Tokyo Metro 0x series trains.

    The .CDP actually contains two enignesounds: one is the actual chopper sound, while the other is the "Motor-Transmission" sound. Here's how to use them:



    It can be used in Eidan/TRTA (until 2004), Tokyo Metro (from 2004) first generation of 0X series trains, wich includes the 01 series for the Ginza Line, the 02 series for the Maronouchi Line (until 2010, when they were refurbished with PMSM motors and IGBT-VVVF inverters similar to the Chiyoda Line's 16000 series), the 03 series for the Hibiya Line and the 05 series of the Tozai Line.

    Skip at 1:50 for the Tozai Line 05 series
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVtG0gHoqdA

    Later generations of TRTA/Eidan 0X series trainsets (the 06 prototype for the Chiyoda Line, the 07 for the Yurakucho Line and the 08 for the Hanzomon Line) all use different types of IGBT-VVVF inverters.

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    Working on Japanese signaling system. Here I'm trying to make some japanese style combined signal.
    The default trainz signal config only support maximum for 3 aspect, 2 combined signal. Some Japanese signal which have 5-6 aspect or 3/4 combined signal for different route seems not possible in trainz.
    But I think It can be done by extra script.
    Did someone knows the content in DLS which similiar to japanese signal especially the combined signal ?


    2 combined signal, 3 aspect example :




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    Quote Originally Posted by Rizky_Adiputra View Post
    Working on Japanese signaling system. Here I'm trying to make some japanese style combined signal.
    The default trainz signal config only support maximum for 3 aspect, 2 combined signal. Some Japanese signal which have 5-6 aspect or 3/4 combined signal for different route seems not possible in trainz.
    But I think It can be done by extra script.
    Did someone knows the content in DLS which similiar to japanese signal especially the combined signal ?


    2 combined signal, 3 aspect example :
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    For the combined signal try Keimei's 3+3 Home signal (438196:1746), there are also some French/European signals on the DLS with 5-6 aspects similar to the aspects of a Japanese signal but unfortunately I do not remember their names.


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    First steps on my first built-from-zero veichle for trainz. The 7000 series of the Hokuso Development Railway, introduced in 1972.

    It still need a bit of refining but sooner or later it will be ready for import into trainz.





    The Hokuso 7000 series was introduced in 1972 with the opening of the Hokuso line, a rapid railway owned by Chiba Prefectural Government and by the Urban Development Bureau. The line was designed to connect Chiba New Town with the Keisei (and Shin-Keisei) Network.
    It was a 18m standard gauge EMU with an armature-type chopper control (similar to the one used in Eidan's 6000 series), capable of inter-running on the Toei Asakusa Line and on the Keikyu Line to Handeda Airport.
    It was retired in 2007.

    Trivia:

    The unique front design was inspired by french "Nez-CassÚs" (broken nose) locomotives such as the SNCF BB15000 and the CC6500.

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    Cool!! Good luck with making them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Railshuttle View Post
    Cool!! Good luck with making them.
    @Alexmaria. I agree with Railshuttle. Good you've started modelling. Looks already good..

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    Last edited by Rizky_Adiputra; March 18th, 2018 at 09:11 AM. Reason: image fixed

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    Also, H stands for Hokkaido...






    The H5 series was introduced in 2016 for services on the newly opened Hokkaido Shinkansen line, connecting (Shin) Aomori to (Shin) Hakodate via the Seikan Tunnel, wich had to be double-gauged to accomodate both the JR's mainline 1067mm and the Shinkansen's standard gauge, and re-powered from the JR mainline 20 Kv AC (the standard for Hokkaido and Tohoku areas, also used in Kyushu) to the Shinkansen's 25Kv AC.

    At present the Shinkansen line terminates at Hakodate, with the section all the way to Sapporo under planning, and that will eventually open by 2030.

    The H5 series was built by Hitachi and Kawasaki Heavy Industries, and it is identical to JR East H5 series, introduced in 2011.
    A few minimal modifications, due to the harsher Hokkaido climate, are the underframe material changed from alluminium to stainless steel (better underframe electronics isolation), an improved snowplough, and stronger rubber aereodynamic sealing connections between cars.

    4 10 car sets were built, for a total of 40 veiches, making the H5 series the smallest fleet of a non-prototype shinaknsen train, and JR Hokkaido the smallest operator of a Shinkansen Line.

    They are used togheter with JR East's E5 series on Yamabiko, Hayate, Nasuno and Haybusa services.

    Trivia:

    Altough liked by kids and young railfans, by some more "traditionalists" railway enthusiasts, this train is almost considered the "murderer" of a huge variety JR East conventional services, namely the famous (and loved) Cassiopeia, Hokutosei and Twilight Express sleeper trains and the Super Hakucho rapid services.

    DOWNLOAD:

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1We...FPUHg0jynZGKk-

    The .cdp contains the single 10 veichles and a 10-car ready-to-run consist.

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    Wow......if only I wish one day, he can do the 300 Series Hikari next...to complete the set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikey186 View Post
    Wow......if only I wish one day, he can do the 300 Series Hikari next...to complete the set.


    Very good work guys:
    @ Rizky: Love how subtle the nose differences between the N700 and 700 series are. IMO the best looking N700.
    @ Alexmaria: Thanks for the reskin. I was thinking of doing this myself but you beat me too it.

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    Now the only remaining Shinkansens that are not made or complete are:

    E7 (but in Beta.)

    200 series
    100 series
    E2 and E3 (status unknown but in the works hopefully still @ J-Trainz)
    E1 max
    300 series
    500 series Evangelion .
    Kyushu Shinkansen N700 Sakura
    Kyushu Shinkansen 800 Tsubame

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