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#41
aydingocer

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Hi Don,

 

Yes you can move the white piece back and forward to align each of your frames. The screws which hold it are not permanently tight. They stay loose. You move it, and when it is in place, you tighten it.


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Haven't put mind together yet, also I won't be using the board itself because it's not long enough but the rest of the stuff I will put to use for the build board I have for the upcoming build will make sure I keep the base that came with it though for later. Will post when I have it setup for the build.


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Do the aligning piece need to be unscrewed and move to the next position to continue framing for the entire hull?

Thanks,

Richard


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#44
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Do the aligning piece need to be unscrewed and move to the next position to continue framing for the entire hull?

Thanks,

Richard

 

You'll certainly need to move the white aligning tool along the keel in order to adjust each frame, however I at least did not necessarily have to screw it all the time. For me it was just enough to align the piece using the rules on both sides and hold it just there while gluing the frame to place. Screwing tightly to place would be probably needed if you want to use the aligning piece also as a support to the frame.


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I'm excited about this, i just bought one myself!


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Who knows, maybe with all this type of attention to a very specific product HobbyZoneUsa might be a sponsor. With my new workshop I will certainly have some of the modules.
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All the modules look nice, sure makes you think.


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I have a few of the modules. The tool holders are nice, keeping those items in one place and close at hand. :)

 

Looking at getting some of the paint holders, too; I use PollyScale/Floquil, Tamiya and ModelMaster. And some Vallejo colors, too. The racks are sized for the different size bottles. May try one of each of the 2 sizes of racks.


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Looks like a worthwhile investment to the ship yard. Shall I SLIP into something more comfortable shall I say! Haha.
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#50
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Finally took picture of the paperwork that came with it for you.

I was able to take what you posted and build my slip. Just on the final pieces waiting for the glue to dry. Then I can try it on my build of the Nao Victoria.


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Looks like HobbyZone introduced another model. Smaller (60cm vs 100) and simpler, but for half the price: http://www.hobbyzone...lding-slip.html


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DOES ANY ONE HAE PICTURES OF USING THIS FOR BOF AND OR POB, WOULD LIKE TO SEE HOW IT WORKS AN WHAT PIECES NEED TO BE REMOVED TO SLIDE IT FROMM FRAME TO FRAME, ANY HELP WILL BE APPRECAITED. THANKS Don


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DOES ANY ONE HAE PICTURES OF USING THIS FOR BOF AND OR POB, WOULD LIKE TO SEE HOW IT WORKS AN WHAT PIECES NEED TO BE REMOVED TO SLIDE IT FROMM FRAME TO FRAME, ANY HELP WILL BE APPRECAITED. THANKS Don

 

 

Hi Don,

 

I have used my build slip mainly for gluing the bulkheads and then mostly as a stand after that for planking. During planking I used a pillow which was making it easier for me (as I often intend to take the hull to my lap for close work).

 

Buy anyway here are a few photos.

 

On the first picture below you will see the screw holes at every 10cm intervals, on both sides of the base board. You also see the "panel" which is standing vertically. There are 2 "rails" on either side behind this panel. These rails are fixed to the panel (in other words, the white vertical panel and the two rails slide together on the base board). The rails have screws, which can be tightened/loosened using washers. While the screws are in the same hole the rails will allow the panel to move around 10cm back and forth. So,

- as you will work with the next frame, you move the panel accordingly.

- when the rails do not allow moving any further with the screws in the same hole, then you remove the screws, move the panel to the next location and put the screws to the next pair of holes.

 

001.jpg

 

Second photo below shows how you use the measurements on the panels for reference:

 

002.jpg

 

You can catch a few more photos in the early pages of my Riva Aquarama build log where the build slip is in action:

 

http://modelshipworl...c-ship-builder/

 

Br;

Aydin


Edited by aydingocer, 23 July 2016 - 01:49 PM.

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Don,

 

   You don't need to type everything in caps. People look at that as though you are yelling.


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ok no mor caps, did not relize it was bothering people sorry.Don


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Thanks Aydin big help. Don


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WackoWolf

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Not a problem, we are all human.


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Here is the link for our fellow members located in the USA

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Edited by Nirvana, 24 July 2016 - 10:25 PM.

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Respectfully

 

Per aka Dr. Per

 

Ship modeling is a long lesson in patience - Me

It's better to get something done later than never

 

Denial is futile, MSW is here to stay.

 

 Therapy for Shipaholics

 

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Current: America by Constructo, Harley almost a Harvey , 18th Century Longboat, Solö Ruff

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Man, I wish I would have known about this 30 ship models ago. It would have made my life much easier.

 

 

mike


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Gaetan Bordeleau

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Did someone try to DIY?

It must not be too much difficult


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