FRIMS - Future Reality Inspired Maglev Set 1.0 (20-05-2019)

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FRIMS - Future Reality Inspired Maglev Set 1.0 (20-05-2019)

Post by Erato » 20 May 2019 21:14

FRIMS - Future Reality Inspired Maglev Set
From the makers of RIMS, a maglev set geared towards the future. The trains in this set have been designed to fit the looks of RIMS. The trains in this set are loosely based in reality. The Shinkansens are a "What-If" scenario; "What if Japan doesn't stop at the Chuo Shinkansen". The SUMA 550 is based on the existing prototype. And last but not least, fan favourite has returned; the ECCO. This set is completely compatible with the Maglev Track Set, and even unlocks a new tracktype. This set currently contains 11 trains, with the first one released in 2018, and the last one in 2119.

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Coding: Erato
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Changelog:
1.0 (20-05-2019):
Initial release

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Related projects:
RIMS - Real International Maglev Set, contemporary maglev trains.
MTS - Maglev Track Set, track set for maglev trains. Makes urban maglev infrastructure cheaper than high speed maglev infrastructure.

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Re: FRIMS - Future Reality Inspired Maglev Set 1.0 (20-05-2019)

Post by SimYouLater » 22 May 2019 04:06

Nice! Definitely going to be using this from now on!
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Re: FRIMS - Future Reality Inspired Maglev Set 1.0 (20-05-2019)

Post by Cryolaser » 23 May 2019 23:00

Oooh lovely! Is the ECCO based on a real concept? I'm only seeing shoes when I try to look it up...

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Re: FRIMS - Future Reality Inspired Maglev Set 1.0 (20-05-2019)

Post by Erato » 24 May 2019 07:42

Cryolaser wrote:Oooh lovely! Is the ECCO based on a real concept? I'm only seeing shoes when I try to look it up...
The ECCO is based on a real vehicle by General Atomic.
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Re: FRIMS - Future Reality Inspired Maglev Set 1.0 (20-05-2019)

Post by Cryolaser » 24 May 2019 17:59

Erato wrote:The ECCO is based on a real vehicle by General Atomic.
Ah; thanks for the info. I keep thinking General Atomics isn't a real company because it's a thing in Fallout as well.

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Re: FRIMS - Future Reality Inspired Maglev Set 1.0 (20-05-2019)

Post by Pyoro » 25 May 2019 20:36

Interesting and educational stuff. Had to look into that Bögl thing as well. Kinda doubt it's ever going to be used anywhere much, but nice to see that the technology isn't dead ^^

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