MARKLIN SOFTWARE TRACK RUNNING

Brand: Marklin

Part Number: HC-M60521

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60521 Märklin Software Track Planning 2D/3D , Version 5.0.

Group: Accessories
Subgroup: Miscellaneous

Gauge: H0

Track planning software on a CD-ROM for Märklin and Trix model railroad layouts. New Version 5.0. Many useful planning tools for fast and easy production of that dream layout up to 15 x 15 meters / approx. 49 x 49 feet with up to 99 levels. Fast selection of the track sections and accessories from tables, automatic connection of the track ends, and inserting parallel tracks. Calculation of grades and clearance heights. Variable representation of the track. Library with symbols for many building shapes. Additional possibility of representation of wiring plans and layout bench work. Practical printing formats for viewing and additional processing of the track plan. Automatic generation of the parts list. 3D view for the representation of the layout and the bench work.System Requirements:Windows Windows 98/ME/2000/XP and Windows 7 or higher. Pentium II with at least 500 MHz. CD-ROM drive. VGA graphics card. 128 MB working memory (RAM).Note: The Märklin Software Track Planning 2D/3D only comes in German.
Highlights:

    Newest Version 5.0.2D/3D track planning.Märklin H0/1/Z and Minitrix.Includes 25 selected 3D models.Includes track plan library.

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