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Old 07-03-2022, 11:36 AM
SalvadorOrtega SalvadorOrtega is offline
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¡Atención! Hay que hacer este paso en un lugar aireado, se pintara con un bote en aerosol de color aluminio o plata base aceite de secado rápido, y las "tablas" de piso y parte trasera junto con el asiento de color amarillo con un plumón o marcador base aceite (los base agua son más seguros pero deforman el papel) y el bastón de mando de color negro.
Y por último se pegaran las piezas en el fuselaje ya pintado






Attention! This step must be done in an airy place, it will be painted with an aluminum spray can or quick-drying oil-based silver, and the floor and rear "boards" together with the seat in yellow with a marker or marker oil-based (water-based ones are safer but they deform the paper) and the black command stick.
And finally the pieces will be glued on the already painted fuselage
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Old 07-05-2022, 10:27 PM
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Sigue el motor, básicamente son cilindros. donde la mayoría de las piezas irán pintadas de color gris y solo los "pistones" (pieza 40) de color negro (recuerden todos los colores con plumón o marcador base aceite), la pieza 39 no se pegara al fuselaje o no podrá girar (por ello se le llama motor rotativo)




Follow the engine, basically they are cylinders. where most of the pieces will be painted gray and only the "pistons" (piece 40) black (remember all colors with marker or oil-based marker), piece 39 will not stick to the fuselage or will not be able to rotate ( hence it is called a rotary motor)
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Old 07-05-2022, 10:29 PM
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La hélice y la cubierta del motor(ya tiene una textura de galvanizado, pero por la escala mejor pintarla de todo de aluminio) . Hay que hacer primero la pieza 42 al que sera atravesado por la pieza 46 que ayudara a darle el espesor a las aspas (45), las tapas, la pieza 41 va atrás y la 43 hacia adelante donde se pondrá la pieza 44(la única que se pintara de gris), la hélice en su conjunto se pegara al motor. La cubierta también se pegara al fuselaje.




The propeller and the engine cover (it already has a galvanized texture, but due to the scale it is better to paint it all aluminum). You have to first make part 42, which will be crossed by part 46, which will help to give the blades (45) the thickness, the covers, part 41 goes back and part 43 goes forward, where part 44 will be placed (the only painted gray), the propeller as a whole will be glued to the engine. The cover will also be glued to the fuselage.
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Old 07-10-2022, 01:30 PM
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El "aguijón" o el arma, realmente una caja con un cilindro, pegaremos primero la pieza 50 y 51 sobre la 49 y se dejara secar, las piezas 56 y 57 se pegaran sobre un pedacito de papel para darle un poco de grosor, la pieza 55, una "caja" hay que preparar los dobleces antes de pegar.Luego se formara un cilindro con la pieza 49 y se le pegaran las piezas 52(va atrás) y 53(al frente), mientras se seca se armara y se pegara la "caja"(pieza 55) y sobre está la pieza 56.
Luego uniremos el "cilindro" con la "caja" y se podrán las piezas finales(54 y 57), se pintara de negro (en mi caso lo deje de gris para que se vea la impresión) y por ultimo lo pondremos en el fuselaje





The "stinger" or the weapon, really a box with a cylinder, we will first glue part 50 and 51 on 49 and let it dry, parts 56 and 57 will be glued on a piece of paper to give it a little thickness, the piece 55, a "box" you have to prepare the folds before gluing. Then a cylinder will be formed with piece 49 and pieces 52 (goes to the back) and 53 (to the front) will be glued to it, while it dries, the "box" will be assembled and glued (piece 55) and on top of it is piece 56. Then we will join the "cylinder" with the "box" and the final pieces (54 and 57) can be painted black (in my case I left it gray so that the impression can be seen) and finally we will put it in the fuselage
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Old 07-23-2022, 07:40 AM
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Mostramos las piezas ya cortadas (las piezas 60 y 61 hay que pegarlas sobre un pedazo de papel para reforzarlas y las guías son para mostrar donde van estás piezas). Las piezas numeradas en azul son partes de la brújula.




We show the pieces already cut (pieces 60 and 61 must be glued on a piece of paper to reinforce them and the guides are to show where these pieces go). The blue numbered pieces are parts of the compass.
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Old 07-23-2022, 08:01 AM
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En las piezas 58 y 59 hay una parte que se dobla al cual pintaremos de aluminio o plata, para simular el área donde pisaban los pilotos al subir al avión y todo lo demás de color madera. También se muestra como se armara la brújula




In pieces 58 and 59 there is a part that bends which we will paint aluminum or silver, to simulate the area where the pilots stepped when boarding the plane and everything else in wood color. It also shows how the compass will be assembled
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Old 07-31-2022, 11:40 AM
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Ya pegadas las alas (mostrando también donde va la brújula), se ocupara de hilo para mantenerlas en su lugar (igual que el original) para ello primero pegaremos dos trozos de hilo en el soporte central y luego que este seco procederemos a pegarlo al ala (donde marcan los triángulos azules)





Once the wings are glued (also showing where the compass goes), the thread will be used to keep them in place (just like the original). For this, we will first stick two pieces of thread on the central support and after it is dry, we will proceed to stick it to the wing. (where the blue triangles mark)
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Old 07-31-2022, 11:42 AM
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Podemos poner todos los cables(hilos) de manera opcional, los de color rojo representan la parte superior y los azules la inferior.





We can put all the cables (wires) optionally, the red ones represent the upper part and the blue ones the lower part.
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Old 07-31-2022, 12:39 PM
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Hola, Salvador -

I have been away from the Forum for several weeks, but just found your thread and have enjoyed looking through your build, learning about your building techniques and about the Fokker airplanes, and having a bit of a language lesson as well.

Don
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Old 08-01-2022, 05:11 PM
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¡Gracias Don Boose!

Lo del Español, lo hago por si lo escribo mal en ingles(soy malo en eso)


Thanks Don Boose!
The Spanish thing, I do it in case I write it wrong in English (I'm bad at that)
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