Unofficial File parts/2862b.dat
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0 ~Train Track 6 Studs Wide Switch Blade Left 
0 Name: 2862b.dat
0 Author: Jens Brühl [jb70]
0 !LDRAW_ORG Unofficial_Part
0 !LICENSE Redistributable under CCAL version 2.0 : see CAreadme.txt

0 BFC CERTIFY CCW

0 !HISTORY 2020-12-17 [jb70] New part 2862b.dat for plastic train tracks based on the previous 9V-part 2862.dat from [KROACH]  
0 !HISTORY 2020-12-17 [jb70] Redesigned rail to be solid plastic which is different to the 9V part

Status:
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Size: 492 bytes
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Required (unofficial) subfiles:
~Train Track 6 Studs Wide Switch Blade Right
Status: Needs more votes. (N)
Download: parts/2860b.dat
Related (unofficial) subfiles:
Train Track 6 Studs Wide Switch Point Left (Straight)
Status: 3 subfiles aren't certified. (SSSN)
Train Track 6 Studs Wide Switch Point Left (Branching)
Status: 3 subfiles aren't certified. (SSSN)
File reviews and updates:
At Thu Dec 17 16:40:02 2020, the file was initially submitted.
Submitted by: jb70
Comments:
I think, 2860 and 2862 will be the right real part numbers for the solid parts for the new plastic train tracks, since this number is moulded in the real parts.

The Train Track 9V Point Tongue Right for sure has a different design, very close to the existing version of 2860.dat on the parts tracker from [KROACH] with the gap underneath the metal rail. See Photo on bricklink: https://img.bricklink.com/ItemImage/EXTN/18897.png

Chris Dee wrote me, that Design IDs 2860 and 2862 will be the correct numbers for the 9V track as well.

And he wrote me, that , since I am sure that the all-plastic tracks also uses 2860 and 2862, then maybe the mould was updated to remove the recess. In that case the LDraw convention would be to use 2860a for the version with a recess that accepts the metal and 2860b for the all-plastic version.

So these are the new part submits for the b-parts.