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About pointfiftytracer

  • Birthday 01/08/1996

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    Model ship building, Scale radio controlled models, 3D printing (seriously it's like an obsession.) , And 3D modeling.

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  1. The revell Connie was one of my first models. This takes me back a bit. I think I still have my bag of spare parts, but it looks like the others have provided better solutions.
  2. I'll be following this topic as I too intend to start making a set of plans in fusion soon. I was thinking of using the sculpt environment to model the hull, then slicing it into sections using a plane cut. This would produce a perfect curve and Allow me to place bulkheads wherever I wanted along the hull. I'll probably be starting off with a cross section or battlestation model to get into the swing of things first though. Cheers: Point.
  3. Thanks for the welcome Mark and John. I need figure out what exactly I want to do, but I'm thinking of starting with just a small sectional model such as a battle station or cross section. My issue before was that I'd take on these big projects and never actually finish them.
  4. Hello, I am pointfiftytracer but people usually just call me point. I live in California's high desert and do fiberglass for a living. A few years ago I stopped making model ships. Now that I've gotten my life back on track, I'm hoping to get back into the hobby. I have several 3D printers and a laser cutter. I'm wanting to combine the two hobbies and possibly make a laser cut POF build if I ever get the time to draw up plans. If all goes well I'll be starting a build soon. Cheers. Point

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