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Suitable Dimensions for Things

Discussion in 'Bob's Track Builder' started by R Soul, Aug 3, 2009.

  1. R Soul

    R Soul

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    I know how to make kerbs and crash barriers using walls, and I've also had a go and making an SObject kerb, but I never know if the sizes are appropriate. There are probably standard dimensions for barriers (height and thickness), and probably kerbs, but what are those dimensions?
     
  2. Alex Kyriak

    Alex Kyriak

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    Well, for armco barriers, one armco barrier 'beam' is about 310mm deep, and 85mm wide. A triple height armco barrier (ie using three beams) would therefore be about a 1000mm deep. If it were a double height barrier, the top might be a little less, at 700-800mm high. Singles are mounted at about 500-600mm at the top. Technical info here: http://www.cenpart.co.uk/armco_layoutsa.html