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Old 04-01-2015, 04:53 AM
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Hi Tatasam

I hope this will answer your questions:

Total number of single pages 160gram (or like) A4 or Ltr = 390 pages
Total number of 1mm Card : min of 12 Pages (Max 85 if you are going to make turn)
Glue = LOTS

The templetes are all in B/W for the reason that should you want to make some parts in colour you just print the templete on to the colour paper and it is done, you save a lot on link.
There is a maybe 2 page that have colour that is needed to be printed.

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Thank you very much , everything is clear , I sent email
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As soon as I get the email I will reply. :-)
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Download complete , thank you , Henryk
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Enjoy the build :-)
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Old 04-01-2015, 01:44 PM
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where is a good place to get the PCB's made?
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Old 04-02-2015, 01:09 AM
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Hey Rusty

I would say look into getting the PCB's made, but I would say do that part of the build right near the end.

When you completed all of the moving parts and assemblied it to the engine and you can turn the engine over without any problems of parts wanting to break and sheer I would then say go ahead and have PCB's made.
If you are going to have the model work you should really use all of the upgrade parts to handle the stress of the model working without it ripping itself apart.

Coming from a electronics background you can in fact make your own PCB's and there is articals on how to do it.

Do a google search on "how to etch your own PCB" or "making your own PCB".

Knowing where you are from, here is 3 companies that should be able to help you with making the PCB's:
1: Omni Printed Circuits.
2: Milplex Circuit
3: Labo Circuits.

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Hi , PCBs into the engine can be made universal plates
Patience, I will present a simple solution to the topic

https://www.google.pl/search?hl=pl&s...36.Lmawch16mL4

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Thank you for the response Retunga and tatasam. I have done some electronics in the past. I used to build and repair computer. Not like they do now I used to remove and repair not remove and replace. I'll have to look into making my own PCBs, when the time comes. Either way, this model is on the back burner for right now. I'm going to get my feet wet with the other one, and other models I'm working on. Well, and also finding someplace to put it :D...that's the biggest one finding a place. Thank you again for a fantastic work of art.

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still working the link ? awesome work !, i send the mail, hope that i can get the templates
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