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  1. Hello Fans, There are several ways to mimic the copper strip(s) on the contact surface of a pantograph. Of course, you can paint them. Another way to proceed is to stick on them a thin band of (real) copper to make it as real as possible. Let me share with you, step-by-step, the way I proceed. Click on the pictures to have them bigger, it'll hep you to see the details. 1 - As it's N gauge, you'll need some tools / accessories A headband magnifier (better with led like mine) - Can be purchased out of (e.g.) Am
  2. Hello Fans Let me share with you my experience in sticking this *!$&# stickers on my Kato rolling stock. As I heard from @disturbman the result is frequently poor, I've decided to make an end-to-end depiction on how to apply those stickers Keep in mind that Kato is using dry stickers, so no water transfer!!!! 01 - As it's N gauge, you'll need some tools / accessories A headband magnifier (better with led like mine) - Can be purchased out of (e.g.) Amazon for 20 euros. Any fixed magnifier can be used but without magnifier ... no way!
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