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Old 01-02-2017, 06:28 PM
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Cool, this got moved back to PASA, I should probably post updated pictures. I just need to stop procrastinating.
Here's the corrections for the Titan IIIc:

Missing -
4x B6 - This does exist on the IIIa model
Yep, they are missing in the kit. Take from the IIIa.
B2 - I think this is the same as IIIa, not sure.
Correct.
B1-C1 connector is missing - I assume this is just a glue tab connector
Correct. Just use a strip of scrap paper stock.
Are the cable runs mentioned in Final Assembly the same as the previous ones already glued?
They are the ones glued to the second stage, but the first stage runs overlap the Second stage assembly and weren’t mentioned. They’re marked as B1, but should be B7.


Naming issues -
There are 3 parts labelled B1
See above.
There are two parts labelled C7
Yep.

This was one of my first models, There are a lot of things I would do differently now, one reason it's on my list for a redo.
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Old 01-02-2017, 08:19 PM
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Here's the corrections for the Titan IIIc:
Thanks for the confirmations.



First picture of the USS Seawolf, also first picture with the new camera.

Design by Trent Henry

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Old 02-16-2017, 08:05 PM
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No real progress on the Submarine, just haven't been feeling it.

I have however made a gift for my grandmother. While she was visiting the US, we went out to Yellowstone. While there she had great fun feeding the prairie dogs, until she accidentally bopped one on the head with a peanut. She affectionately refers to them as mini-bears, so I made her one. This is the Canon model, and hopefully will survive the trip across the ocean.
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In other news, I have had a few distractions. The call of the mountains has trapped me.
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Old 03-08-2017, 10:17 PM
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Started work on the Titan IIIc. Hopefully that will break my funk and get me back to work.

This is the Mark Cable model available in the Downloads.
All mistakes, inaccuracies are of course my fault, and not his. He has been very supportive on helping identify some parts for me.

Now for some pictures, stage 1 and 2
Completed Builds-p3070001.jpg
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Internal parts (those grates are hard to cut)
Completed Builds-p3070003.jpg

Nose Cone attached
Completed Builds-p3070004.jpg

Engine Block
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Old 03-09-2017, 03:41 AM
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Looks great!! I love the details.
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Old 03-10-2017, 07:53 AM
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This is the Mark Cable model available in the Downloads.
All mistakes, inaccuracies are of course my fault, and not his. He has been very supportive on helping identify some parts for me.
One of my first paper models I designed. Very gracious of you to claim inaccuracies and mistakes are your fault!
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Old 03-10-2017, 09:24 PM
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One of my first paper models I designed. Very gracious of you to claim inaccuracies and mistakes are your fault!
My execution is normally flawed no matter how easy the designers make them. I just hide the worst flaws when I take pictures.

Engine Block attached
Completed Builds-p3100008.jpg

Center Stalk is intact - Note the stiffeners that I was going to steal from the IIIa model, have non matching patterns. Leaving them off for now, depending on how much that blue strip annoys me.
Completed Builds-p3100010.jpg

Two Boosters in progress
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Old 05-27-2017, 10:59 AM
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Finally am back in the country, and finished this model. (Amusingly the picture Ids for this site, actually line up with my file names. That pleases me)

All three cores
Completed Builds-p5160240.jpg

The TVC tanks were both a pain, and suprisingly nice. Also, I now have rolling dowels due to this build
Completed Builds-p5260241.jpg

TVC tanks attached
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Finished boosters next to the core
Completed Builds-p5270243.jpg

Done and displayed between a Falcon 9 v1.0, and a H-IIB (Is there a way to rotate these built into the site?)
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This full shelf (my dneper needs help)
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Next up, a gift for my mother
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Old 06-18-2017, 05:09 PM
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Here are the two bears I made for my mother,

I got the model off of some Japanese site, which unfortunately I don't have noted down. I made sure to include the designers signature in the pictures for credit.

I have to say, that the mode of joining pieces, with necessarily placed tabs (the part being covered is blue, and includes the tabs which stick out) is not my favorite.

Also pardon the white edges, my camera really enunciates them.

Brown Bear
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Black Bear
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Old 06-19-2017, 10:40 PM
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Picture of the first Bear from my mother, space left for the second.

Completed Builds-19357885_10158942630320327_1675133177_n.jpg

Two pictures of my next project.
The Saturn 1 SA-5 designed by Christopher Davis.

The SA-5 has to be one of my favorite rockets. The multi-node first stage, combined with the black nose cone makes for a stunning rocket.

This is the second stage other than the engine nozzles.
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