WHEEL CASTINGS FOR MODEL RAILWAYS
ROSELAND HOUSE, TILBURY ROAD, GREAT YELDHAM, HALSTEAD, ESSEX. CO9 4JG.
e-mail: email@example.com Tel: 01787 237593 Map
PAYMENTS please by on-line banking transfer to Sort code 30 97 24, Account No 00289725, Lloyds Bank,
Account name: WOOD M W T/AS MARK WOOD WHEELS
by cheques payable to Mark Wood Wheels, or by PAYPAL by asking me to e-mail you a PayPal invoice.
(The PayPal invoice can be paid from your own PayPal account or by using a Debit or Credit card.)
My outgoing e-mails sometimes go astray - if you are expecting a reply, but not received one, please check that it has not been sent and then failed to reach you. Also, just occasionaly some of my incoming e-mails fail to appear in my inbox. If in doubt try the telephone or post.
CACHE. If you are still seeing old images - such as of patterns where I have since loaded actual castings - your own computer may be showing pictures from your own cache instead of from my website. To cure this clear your cache. (On Windows 10, click 3 dots at top right of screen > Privacy in left hand panel > Chose what to clear and chose a recent time such as 'all time'.) To be sure of seeing the most recent text just click on the 'refresh' button.
Before making any payment please enquire first for availability and cost of delivery.
VAT does not apply (small business, not registered).
These castings are NOT expected to be strong enough to be gripped from the centre only when turning
the tread. Castings should be gripped by their shoulders, or in the later stages between discs each side of the tyre.
See Turning suggestions.
CUTTING TOOLS: lathe tools with replaceable tips having a small tip radius are ideal for most metals - but on cast iron they can produce a hard shiny surface and crumbling at the edges. I have had no problems with sharp pointed (roughing) carbide tipped tools.
26 Aug 2021