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Old 10-18-2016, 07:41 AM
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Thx gent's for the nice words,

The rear casemates are now also prepared and fitting the rear wall panels
Could thus begin.


For the portholes and their eye lashes I have also thought of something ....

The side wall was preformed with a folding bone on a microfiber cloth which went very well.



The eaves trays are pasted from the back and glued with a second adhesive.
He pulls into the outer side and then hardens the "metal sheet".
(To my knowledge this is a novelty on this scale in cardboard.)




And so it looked then attached to the sample .....





And what is true for the rear applies of course also for the bug too. ;-)



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Old 10-18-2016, 09:23 AM
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The decks will then be executed in this quality.
What to see here is my first LC deck in 1: 250 which I created in this procedure ....



The deck was lightly painted with black powder paint so only this stay's in the joints
And then sprayed with the airbrush in very thin bright sand ...
Then I have again with some clear lacquer over it and it was then for the first test.
Basically a quick and dirty test Job





This indicates that the ship has a true deck structure with a nearly correct
width and number of the planks. (Unusual in the cardboard world)
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Old 10-18-2016, 09:57 AM
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Hi,
Now it went to the second chimney ...
First, an overview of the components to be used.


(I know the picture is not exactly great but at least informative ....)





An incision was then made for the outer skin so that the skin disappears nicely behind the rounded bead.



Same time test whether the intermediate floor plate fits.


I have not only watched here .... because the plate must be rotated by 180 °.
But it was quickly corrected.



For the testing I removed the tap at the bottom so I could work better here ...




This reinforcement bead would not please me as a whole as this
Then most do not fit properly you look too much of the cutting edges ...
So I now have this solution which I consider on this scale as much better.
And with the file one should be able to deal as a model builder.
Alternatively, you can also take a minimot with the blue silicone sanding discs
work's also very good ....













Here I have one of the cooling ribs sheet (or whatever that may be called) as a passport times arched and applied ...










This was glued on the inside and outside with seconds adhesive ....
Look at the connectors ...

And the inner chimney structure had to be primed



The chimney is positioned with the help of these connectors and already something in "form"
Brought about. The downward protruding connectors are then glued with a second adhesive.



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Old 10-18-2016, 10:39 AM
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Now came the outer skin ...


















Next we went on with the eyelets for the handrail.









The last four pictures should only show how small this is all ....


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Old 10-18-2016, 11:17 AM
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In the eyelets, of course, the tried and tested wire was retracted ...



Here the view on the small 2,7 * 2,3 mm measuring platform on the side of the chimney.





The wire had to be threaded through the platform, but what went quite well ....







The deck has already been a trial ......
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Old 10-18-2016, 11:28 AM
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The loading mast is very riveted with this ship ...
That has stopped me a bit ...



nope, not realy...



Because the rivets are engraved on the inside you can see them and feel them
Then also with the needle, so that these can be quite well molded from the inside.
A purely printed version would quickly become a swarm of bees and would probably have become nothing.

Then it went with the boom ....
For this purpose, two conical cylinders were rolled and stumps were glued together.



These cones were placed on an appropriately sized toothpick around the
Tree more stability. One end of the toothpick was cut more
So that the angling in the cone could be glued.



On the mast of the loading crane the (movable) abutment was attached .....









btw. i hope the Google translator create here some useful contain ...

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For the prepared chimney two MS wires had to be bent ...





And so look the finished second chimney.



The crampons on the chimney I have glued in other ways than the remaining crampons So not quite as I would have liked, but you always learns with your tasks ... ;-)
The better it can be seen clearly on the crampons underneath.





















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Old 10-18-2016, 11:49 AM
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Such tiny, tiny parts. You are doing an incredible job Martin.
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Thx elliott ...

I always tend to be a fine scaler (or at least try to be...)
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Hi,
after the second chimney was finished I was busy with the bow deck.
Until I had everything coherent together, it was taking some time.





The anchor bolt is quite detailed and consists of nine cardboard parts, some of which have been lasered in 3D.





This bow tip is now really made with very small components (seven individual parts).
For size comparison: The deck consists of two layers of cardboard together have a height of 0.94 mm.

The first light box (so called?) Is designed and implemented ...



And thats how the fully-designed bow deck presents itself.







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