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Hobbyzone building slip for wooden ship models


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I agree with Gaetan.  Also, it would allow modification/improvement based on personal practice.  I am not experienced in creating plans, but if anyone does, please post them.

 

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I make a support in 6 parts : 1 front, 1 back,  1 each side in the middle and 1 small timber each side of the keel.

These  parts screw to a base

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Like I had said before, if someone though about it they could do the same thing Like Gaetan did. But I also bought the Hobbyzone setup and I am changing things on it to fit my build, also you can't use it all on a 1.48 ship, but you can change things, but don't trow anything out which I won't.


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I am not experienced in creating plans, but if anyone does, please post them.

 

The plans are available on Polish modeling forum "Koga" (the link starts the download of pdf file).


Edited by Mumin, 25 July 2016 - 05:45 PM.

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Thank you


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thanks Mumin.  I should be able to modify it for a longer build.

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Richard that is what I did for my build, I modify it to work on my board.


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Richard,

the plans and dimensions are for two variants: 60cm length/7 keel holders and 100cm length/11 keel holders but certainly can be modified.

 

BTW, some credits are in order, since the explanations on the plans are in Polish. This building slip is a part of group project "Baltic galeas Karl und Marie" meant as an introduction to scratch building. All the plans are available, along with sample build log by Romek Sobolewski. Original author of the building slip is Marek Mróz, the modifications and all the plans are prepared by Radek Kubera, Mirek Rybus and Jarek Bąkowski. The project was conceived somewhere in 2005, but is still very much alive - just recently several new modelers started their build logs on koga forum.


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nearly finished building mine what's the minimum width of hull it can take as i have a paper and card hms cleopatra which i could use it for 


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This building slip does look good - it also seems to be sold out everywhere, Amazon, eBay etc!
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Have you checked the manufacturer... http://www.hobbyzone.pl/en/ ?  They might be able to point you in the right direction to someone with stock.


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Hi Mark, it's a good thought, thanks. Scott
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Currently available at Amazon


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Respectfully

 

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thats the small one.  Many of us want the big deluxe version thats been sold out. 


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Brian,
That's so weird, when I double checked the website, it showed the big one....just the one I wanted.
I also had Hobby zones website open to verify the product.
I am so sorry for any inconvenience this may have triggered.
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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

 

Finished: T37, BB Marie Jeanne - located on a shelf in Sweden

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

National Research Guild Member - 'Taint a hobby if you gotta hurry





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