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Sgt_DeBones wrote: 15 Apr 2022, 02:15 CBTC technically already exists through ZUB
True, but no GoA2. Is it possible to contact Sjoerd? I have an improvement for the cabin of the M5.
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Re: Amsterdam M5

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Sgt_DeBones wrote: 15 Apr 2022, 02:15 CBTC technically already exists through ZUB
No, those are two completely different systems. CBTC like systems are not yet supported in the current version.
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TZ12 wrote: 15 Apr 2022, 07:23 Is it possible to contact Sjoerd? I have an improvement for the cabin of the M5.
You can send him a PM, he will most likely see it
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Jim2016 wrote: 15 Apr 2022, 11:45
TZ12 wrote: 15 Apr 2022, 07:23 Is it possible to contact Sjoerd? I have an improvement for the cabin of the M5.
You can send him a PM, he will most likely see it
I can’t send a PM :cry:
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Re: Amsterdam M5

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By "I have an improvement" do you mean you actually have some actual materials we can use to improve it, or just some 'suggestion'?
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Re: Amsterdam M5

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Sjoerd wrote: 20 Jun 2021, 13:23 Next point of attention; the articulations between carriages.... Making sure it doesn't get ugly when the vehicle goes through switches, or even worse S-curves... (as the bogies are not centerend under the articulations in this train type, and therefore the carriages won't align nicely in curves like on the Rotterdam trains)

On the inside.... This test succeeded; going through connecting switches at Simvliet De Bergen, and the articulations follow the curves pretty good.
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On the outside.... Still to-do.
In certain curves like the station westplein siding or the bergenseweg depot an articulation next to a B car won't stay on the center and the side of it will stay out of the train
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why is the amsterdam m5 so laggy??
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Re: Amsterdam M5

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Higher poly models causes more lag on slower end PCs.
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