MLW M636 Kit (N)
MLW M636 Kit (N)
*C636 completed model and CAD render shown, M636 models will have modified doors and will include Dofasco trucks. And they won't be painted in SP&S*
MLW in Canada produced a very similar version of the C636 for canadian railways, known as the M636. This unit was outfitted with Dofasco trucks and had some different grille and door details. A number of M636 locomotives were built in Australia for railroads there. While CESM does not have the CAD done for this model, please contact us if you are interested in getting one or more made - there are many variations running. We already have CAD done for a Pilbara cab as well, so that is also a possibility.
Please refer to this page for contents of this kit and the parts that you will need: http://www.cescalemodels.com/n-alco-c636-mlw-m636-assembly
Pre-orders will run until January 1st, 2018 or until 60 units (C636 and M636 combined) are sold, whichever occurs first. Once 60 orders are made, we will begin production with an estimated lead time of 6-8 weeks. If 60 orders are not met by January 1st, 2018, your payment including shipping will be refunded and the project cancelled.
Cost for this kit is $120.00 USD because above and beyond the costs of the C636 kit, this model requires the Briggs dofasco truck kit, which is included in the kit.
The plastic components in this kit are made with an additive manufacturing technique known as SLA (Stereolithography). Our process is one of the most accurate in its category, producing parts with 25 micron layer thickness (half that of shapeways B-HDA) and a smooth surface finish. However, it will be possible to discern small layer lines upon close inspection with good lighting at a distance of 6-12 inches from the model. Light sanding, painting, and decaling will make these layer lines less obvious, and from a distance the layer lines will disappear. We warranty that our parts are free of defects such as missing components, cracks, holes, and other printing errors, but we do not issue refunds for for normal layering as described above.