RickM46 posted:Dr. Jack posted:
Have a Ross, since they came out, no problems whatever. Easy to install, no having to cut out a circle in order to install on the layout.
Hi Jack. Having no experience with a turntable, I got quite an education regarding TT's in this thread. I thought you would have to make a recess hole in your layout floor/base to accommodate the mechanism of the TT so that you could mount the TT flush to align its track with yours. You indicated 'no having to cut out a circle to install on the layout'. Maybe you could explain how you did that?
It is a very simple process to mount our TT. Simply unplug bridge with one wire disconnect for table, lift out. turn pit upside down on layout top, trace pit wall on layout, cut hole, insert up through hole and fasten tabs to layout plywood. That's it. Have trains running in about an hour.