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Old 01-09-2019, 03:53 AM
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Trabaccolo By WAK

Hello to all
this is my first time building a sail ship/boat...

building the hull was a joy because of the laser cut patrs
only problem i had so far was with inserting the box into it ...
but i managed it somehow...

will probably need your help along the way with your know how.

here are some pictures...
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Old 01-09-2019, 05:27 AM
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So far so good!

I can also see why you bought the laser accessories.

Good luck going forward!
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Old 01-09-2019, 05:39 AM
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Thanks Kevin
the laser cut parts were very easy to handle , very accurate and overall a joy to build so far...now comes the big unknown for me - the planking...
will se how this goes along.
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Old 01-09-2019, 06:10 AM
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Hi solo67,
there you can find my short description of building trabaccolo: Trabaccolo [WAK] - just for some practice. There are very few pictures, but if you need more, say a word. I wrote a few words about planking on your FB. And good luck:-)

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Old 02-11-2019, 01:37 AM
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Hello to all
I have started planking on one side but got this gap at the back....can anyone tell me what did I do wrong????
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Old 02-11-2019, 02:48 AM
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Good job.
On the last picture it looks like you glued stern post (part 87P/L) too far from the hull. Look at the instruction picture no. 4. The upper part should "hook" the deck (just to keep the hull dimensions) On your last picture this part is shifted backwards. (See the first picture how it was designed).
Have you maintained compability between dotted lines and planks? If you have moved them up even 0,5 mm, the circumference of the hull is larger and the planks become too short.

What can you do now?
Try to repair the gap as on the second picture. But remeber that white paint is different then white paper:-((( The same should be made with brown wales (parts 106 a-e) or try to make wales on your own and paint.
On the other side make a trick: cut planks longer and remove black lines at their ends. Then fit.

Good luck.
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PS. As a designer I always afraid of my mistakes, but I saw three of this model and the lenght of the planks were OK. Go on and don't be worry.
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Old 02-11-2019, 03:46 AM
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Thanks Tomek
I will try to fix it as you suggested and see how it goes ....

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Old 01-15-2020, 08:57 AM
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A very long time since my last update, it has been almost a year that she sat on the shelf untouched and after finishing Yoav's ouragun i decided to have another go and try to finish her...
I managed to peel off the planking and started again ...it came out better than the first time but not perfect since it is my first time building such a model I am learning as I go along next one will be a lot better I think, it's a whole different technique from what I'm used to.
here are some pictures of where this build is
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new update
I have finished the planking , it was very challenging to cut 2.5 mm strips ...messed up a couple of the brown ones and had to fabricate new ones.
started making the inner parts, also very challenging to cut such small parts, hoop not to mess these small parts up.

Does dose anyone know what diameter of threads/ropes to use for this scale?
thanks
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Impressive construction so far.
From what I remember from the days of the sea-scouting movement, 3/8 inch rope thickness almost 10 mm.
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