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What kind of metal/alloy were on the old LEGO 9V train tracks?
LEGO's train tracks (the actual rail part) were made from some kind of metal alloy that does not seem to oxidize, and seems to have good electrical charateristics (low resistance). Any ideas what ...
Oct 28 '11 at 12:46
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