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AVOS 1806 Tender by greenstone - Master Korabel - 1/72 - TEST

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I purchased the Cannon Jolle just to get a feel for your kits. What a wonderful little model. Precise laser cuts. My only issue is getting the metal parts cut off the tree. They laser cuts are so small and precise I can’t get my parts nipper in the slot. Love the precut planking. The plans call for masts as part Z3 but there isn’t any Z3 in the box. I will be purchasing the Phoenix and the tender. Does Model Expo carry the plus models?  Where can I get pre made sails.

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8 hours ago, Jim Rogers said:

I purchased the Cannon Jolle just to get a feel for your kits. What a wonderful little model. Precise laser cuts. My only issue is getting the metal parts cut off the tree. They laser cuts are so small and precise I can’t get my parts nipper in the slot. Love the precut planking. The plans call for masts as part Z3 but there isn’t any Z3 in the box. I will be purchasing the Phoenix and the tender. Does с?  Where can I get pre made sails.

 

 

Good afternoon! I'm glad that You liked our kit.

With great pleasure we will see your review of the assembly  of the model on the forum.


Part Z3 is an ordinary toothpick  Ø 2x65mm.

This is an auxiliary part, which is not on the model itself.

We suggest using it to make it easier to  "thimble with a jumper"  

See photoinstruction on page 29.

 

Please, look in the box, maybe it accidentally wrapped up?

 

All You need, You can easily order on Model Expo,

including the plus models and all pre made sails.

 

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, Jim Rogers said:

 Does Model Expo carry the plus models?  Where can I get pre made sails.

 

By the way, Jim, in a few days we will send another cargo to the USA (for ModelExpo).

Write here, please, what You need from our products, and we will be able to send your order very promptly so that our distributor ModelExpo is already available and booked specially for You.

 

Good luck to You!

 

Eugen Mikhaylov

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1 hour ago, greenstone said:

 

 

Good afternoon! I'm glad that You liked our kit.

With great pleasure we will see your review of the assembly  of the model on the forum.


Part Z3 is an ordinary toothpick  Ø 2x65mm.

This is an auxiliary part, which is not on the model itself.

We suggest using it to make it easier to  "thimble with a jumper"  

See photoinstruction on page 29.

 

Please, look in the box, maybe it accidentally wrapped up?

 

All You need, You can easily order on Model Expo,

including the plus models and all pre made sails.

 

 

 

 

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No problem. I just took some 1/16th stock and rounded it off. 

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Good evening, gentlemen
I want to show what new elements  (rigging blocks, deadeye and nagels) will be in the tender AVOS.
On the photographs of the model tender AVOS is still old rigging blocks, but deadeye and nagel - new.

For sale it will be staffed with all elements of a new high quality

 

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Good morning, colleagues!
I bring to your attention the videowork of one of our admirers -  Raul from Russian

We are very pleased to see our shipmodellers

Music in a video clip from the famous russian rock-opera "Juno and Avos"

 

 

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11 minutes ago, glennreader said:

I live in the UK. Where can I purchase your kits?

Good afternoon!
I can suggest You contact your hobby shop in the UK, where You usually buy sets, and order our products from them. Let them contact us.

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I have a suspicion that eventually people are going to realize that this little boat will make a masterpiece addition to a number of kits out there like the MS Sultana kitf or example, that do not come with ships boats or have cast metal stuff. I think I have at least four kits that could benefit from this boat, and three or four more that could use the 1/48th version when it comes out. That will flatten out my wallet a little! 

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I’ve two of these boat kits on order from a supplier in Russia and am looking forward to building them. Even though they are 1/72 scale, I intend to adjust them as appropriate and use them to fit out my 1/64 Syren as the cutter and barge (in addition to the kit-supplied launch).  

 

Would it make sense to also scale these boat kits at 1/64 or is the difference between 1/72 and 1/64 too minor?

 

Best regards,

 

Keith

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Hello Keith

Thanks to the offers on the forum, we have already decided that it would make sense to also scale these boat kits at 1/64

There will be four scales boat kits: 1/96, 1/72, 1/64 and 1/48

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Of course!
Boxes of kits that we will officially supply to foreign countries will have nameplate  in English,

as well as instructions in English.

Therefore, it is worth buying the only kit from our official partners as

in Europe

http://www.gk-modellbau-shop.de/epages/61220080.sf/de_DE/?ObjectPath=/Shops/61220080/Categories/Fremdherstellern/Master_Korabel

in USA 

https://modelexpo-online.com/Master-Korabel_c_164.html

 

My regards,

Eugene

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1 hour ago, greenstone said:


Of course!
Boxes of kits that we will officially supply to foreign countries will have nameplate  in English,

as well as instructions in English.

Therefore, it is worth buying the only kit from our official partners as

in Europe

http://www.gk-modellbau-shop.de/epages/61220080.sf/de_DE/?ObjectPath=/Shops/61220080/Categories/Fremdherstellern/Master_Korabel

in USA 

https://modelexpo-online.com/Master-Korabel_c_164.html

 

My regards,

Eugene

Eugene the Phoenix I purchased through Model Expo has the instructions in English but no English name plate.

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9 minutes ago, Jim Rogers said:

Eugene the Phoenix I purchased through Model Expo has the instructions in English but no English name plate.

Jim, I told about kit "Tender AVOS"

 

1 hour ago, DocBlake said:

Eugene:  When will Model Expo begin to sell the kit?

Dave, maybe in 1.5 months

 

Eugene 

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6 hours ago, rafine said:

Will Model Expo have the yawl kits, and if so, when?

 

Bob

 

Bob,

Model Expo didn`t order this kit.

Maybe you should make them pre-order.

 

 

But GK-Modelbau will have the yawl in store.

They ordered ten kits of the yawl yesterday.

So I advise you to hurry up, if you need this kit now or or from the next batch.

 

Regards,

  Eugene

 

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On 9/7/2018 at 1:06 AM, rafine said:

Will Model Expo have the yawl kits, and if so, when?

 

Bob

 

Hello Bob!

I see,  Model Expo started selling our new kit MK0103 yawl 68mm 1/72

https://modelexpo-online.com/Master-Korabel_c_164.html

 

You can also buy this kit in the store CraftySailor:

https://craftysailor.com/collections/all?page=2

But most importantly, the entire range of our products is presented in this store (block, etc).

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It is finished. gentlemen! Sales of a new kit of Tender Avos MK0303 began in Russia this week.

 

In a month and a half we will be able to please buyers around the world.

 

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