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Old 10-17-2016, 03:03 PM
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S.M.S. „Von der Tann“ Lkk-Fay 1:250 Laser cut model

Hello together and welcome to my latest project of VdT (Von der Tann)

I know now will some of you think what is going to give it that already
Another competitor. Right, but first I like the ship and the theme and secondly
The yes then a complete own LC redesign.

It is to be a full-bodied / waterline model and for what you catch as is known
Best at zero. For this I have myself different plans and a lot
Photos of the ship worried.

This is the link to the Wiki of the VdT and there you can find some historical facts
Above the emperor's flagship of the commander of the Enlightenment forces are to be found there
Good to very good pictures of the ship.

So it went like with every ship with the keel.
For this the original plan (Bernhard & Graefe Verlag) the Tann was taken
And started with the construction. The resulting skeletal framework of the VdT is visible
You on these pictures. This consists of a total of 28 crossbars running along the water line
Are divided by a base plate. (How to do this ...)
The individual base plate segments are connected via connectors which simultaneously function as a centering function
Have joined together. This makes it possible the model either as a full-body
Or water lane model.









After I have now created the frame framework, it went to the development of the
outer skin.
This I have not created with a 3D program but still in quite normal prototype craftsmanship.
I apologize for the not "nice" pictures of this work, but this is how it looks at the
"First planking" with me. The rear / bowparts I have filled with balsa wood and ground in shape,
This gives me more stability for the processing of the outer skin. The individual chucks are moved longitudinally with
Paper strips which I still cut if necessary so that I a good adhesive surface for the outer skin
Get After the "first planking" is on it was still hand sanded around unevenness
Of the frames. The second outer skin was then applied. There you can still see from time to time
Through the smallest columns the white flasher because I have renounced a red lacquer the first planking.


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Martin
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Old 10-17-2016, 06:27 PM
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It is good to see the hull panels developed through the traditional "rollation" method. Judging from the last image, you have a very good idea and ended up with a very smooth hull bottom.

Don
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Hi Don,

thx for the paddy on my shoulder ...

The construction and build is a while ago and things have being changed here and there a bit....

and so the hull was complete closed...

and the mid Artillery section is prepared.
The first engraved Plank's are also on board.
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Then we went to the first chimney.

Also here I leave once again only the pictures Speaking since these beautifully illustrate the series succession ....

I would like to point out that the prototype building is shown and over time
the one or the other has changed, but this should not prevent you from commenting.








The first eyelets for the handrail have taken their place ...




Brass rods were used for the small chimney tubes which I have hidden with paper.







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Martin
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Old 10-18-2016, 05:16 AM
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Hi.
Crampons are mostly on this scale and material a problem which I have solved in this way.
By the side carriers is a much better guidance given and the distance of the crampons is
then synonymous without it a "camel hump caravan" (hope this German phrase make some sense to you ... ) ...
Also here was worked with primer, but of course this is not the final color.


For the handrail I have decided to this solution because it is essentially "closer to the original" as only a flat part and I think the effect on this scale can be quite convincing.



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Here the last (upper) wire of the handrail is drawn into the eyelets.




And so the total impression of the chimney after a further thin priming layer ....










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Old 10-18-2016, 06:11 AM
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Wow, that is spectacular! Impressive design and construction -- and at a really small scale. Keep up the good work, we'll be watching! Jim
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Old 10-18-2016, 06:42 AM
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Your attention to detail and the way you have accomplished it is outstanding!
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Well done on the funnels!

Don
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Old 10-18-2016, 07:09 AM
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that's a beautiful funnel....
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