Ditto. Without a doubt, the SCD chassis jig is the best and, to the best of my knowledge, the only jig made specifically for 1/32nd scale chassis building.
In fact, if are looking for high-tech specialist equipment, I highly recommend Slot Car Distributors (SCD). SCD is run by Chas Keeling, who has been in the slot car racing business for more years than he cares to remember. Besides being a superb engineer and extremely knowledgeable about all aspects of the hobby, Chas is a wonderful person to deal with. He supplies, usually ex-stock, the very latest equipment manufactured by FastOnes, ProSlot (USA), Slick 7, Koford, Cahoza, Voki, Ilpe, Mossetti, Betta, etc. SCD also has their own line of specialist equipment, catering for the 1/32nd Eurosport enthusiast, such as 1/32nd chassis building jigs, an indispensable motor shaft / rear axle alignment tool, the best braid available in the world, hardened steel 72DP contrate (crown) gears, and other hard to find equipment. SCD is also the Parma distributor for the UK.
What would be REALLY great would be one or both of these two things.
1. A written chassis building 'How To' with pics
2. A chassis building "Work Shop' at a handy venue - live show.
A LOT of work for some hapless volunteer!
I am taking a simple chassis kit down to wrexham for inte to build .Hopefully he will take pics and do a short article from a beginers view.
There are a couple of articles on my site about builing which might help once I get all the pics posted slotcarbuilder
If any one needs any more info please ask or email me
There are at least 4 articles HERE explaining how-to build a car. I'm sure most of you will recognize the names. I did one based on Larry Shephard's F1 chassis and it turned out quite well, I will post pictures of it soon.
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