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2x4's in 1/35

May 14 2002 at 7:43 PM
Greg Prislipsky  (no login)
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Hi, i was wondering what the dimensions of a 2x4 wooden board would be in 1/35 scale, and also what would be a good material to use to make one?

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Ed Gilbert
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close enough

May 15 2002, 7:46 AM 

Lumber is not cut to true dimension, but 2x4 inches would be 1.45 by 2.9mm. An eight foot length would be 69.66mm.

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Ken Hartlen
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Model railroading shops carry precut HO scale lumber

May 28 2002, 1:51 PM 

2"x4"x8' would be 1.45 x 2.90 x 66.67mm

Modern day 2x4s are actually 1.5"x3.5" = 1.09 x 2.54 x 66.67mm


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