Jump to content

Dullregard

Members
  • Content Count

    12
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Dullregard

  • Birthday 06/03/1954

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Kirribilli, NSW, Australia
  1. Tom- The pictures are great! Amazing detail work. They'll be a great help. Thanks again. Bob
  2. Thanks for that Tom. I'll have a look and will probably have a good few questions before I put glue to wood. -Bob-
  3. Just checking in. I'm busy going through Anatomy of the Beagle and other sources, checking measurements, finishing inventory and arranging the work station. My plan is to use the Mamoli instructions as a base line and use outside references to fill in the blanks. I think the only way to get 100% accuracy's to build from scratch. For my first one, I'll be happy to have it look something like a boat.
  4. The instructions and parts inventory are printed right on the plans (such as they are) in a size that can’t be read with the naked eye. So, with magnifying glass in hand I’m in the act of transcribing or scanning all of them, translating the Italian as I go. It’s a major pain, but I’ll be thankful for it down the road. (NB: If anyone out there wants to try the same model, I’d be more than happy to share these with you.) Doing this forces me to meticulously go over the entire build before I glue the first frame; also, if an instruction’s unclear, I go through the plans and clarify the instructi
  5. Alistair- Anatomy's on the way. I'll pick up Mr. Darwin's Shooter, and a new copy of The Voyage of the Beagle, next week. Cheers, Bob
  6. G’day all- I thought I’d start off with photos of the end product and my workstation. I really should have gotten into this hobby when we were in NZ with three spare rooms and a huge garage, though this should serve. My commentary may get a bit wordy, but I’m really keen on documenting everything, because I’m sure by the time I start my second model I will have totally forgotten the start of this one. So far I’ve broken out all the laser-cut pieces, being sure to first cut, at least partially, through the remaining connections from both sides with my X-acto, so as not to splinter the
  7. Nothing to post yet, I just wanted to set up the topic so it'll be ready when I am, probably in the next day or two.
×
×
  • Create New...