maybe 3 years ahead, but I am progressing slowly but surely. One thing I learnt in IT was that maintenance took more work than development. That's why I have tried(
) to keep things simple. More work to have to convert models from one scale to another, but possibly easier in the end. Could possibly do with more powerful laptop as design program is grinding to a halt more now, as I get more adventurous.
Almost ready to release inset/tram track, initially for code 100 rail, then a code 75 version(not sure if required yet, but done), also done inserts and complete tramway panels(just add rails), including points which will require a bit more work from modeller. Then I have done(almost) 3 surfaces, large stone, small stone and plain(tarmac?). I have used same geometry as trainsets, so not just for trams but also big locos.
Oh and next thing might be something for other gauges, starting with 32mm gauge which can use code 100 rail as I might ant some for my 1/32 scale metre gauge.Possibly 12mm gauge, but not sure about 89mm gauge as sailing pretty close to minimum thicknesses there. Also N gauge tram track is available.
one thing I have found is that the CAD program not only freezes but also sometimes misses instructions probably because of run time problems so have to keep an eye on it when putting in amendments. Walking rather than running