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Good Morning Kees Some links I just passed to Mikeymo

I thought you might want to look as well.

 

http://www.modelship...MB Endeavor.htm

 

http://modelshipworl...d-by-moderator/

 

https://www.flickr.c...157634081735926

 

http://www.anmm.gov....s/hmb-endeavour

 

And a pdf that you can download .

 

http://juwarki.org.a...C-Man-final.pdf

 

Hooroo Chris

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Good Morning Kees Some links I just passed to Mikeymo

I thought you might want to look as well.

 

http://www.modelship...MB Endeavor.htm

 

http://modelshipworl...d-by-moderator/

 

https://www.flickr.c...157634081735926

 

http://www.anmm.gov....s/hmb-endeavour

 

And a pdf that you can download .

 

http://juwarki.org.a...C-Man-final.pdf

 

Hooroo Chris

Thanks Cabbie

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a fast update about my building so far....

Hints and tips are welcome ....

The colours is a big issue for me, need some help with this.

problem solved , i order  Admiralty Paints from Caldercraft  ;

 

HM Bark Endeavour Paint Set (Brown) (Waterbased)

This paint set is for the Heritage Series kit HM Bark Endeavour. This set is for anyone wishing to paint the hull brown below the waterline and is made up of 8 jars as follows:

  • Dull Black x 2
  • Matt (Metal) Black x 1
  • Yellow Ochre x 1
  • Red Ochre x 1
  • French Blue x 1
  • Wood (Walnut) Brown x 2
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Nice progress!
I'm about to build the same ship, also by Occre. Are you nailing the planks to the bulkheads as well as glueing? Or making any dowels?

 

And what method are you using for plank bending?

 

Apologies for my rudimentary questions. I'm about to embark on a task I have never performed before :)

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It's a nice one to build.
I assume you meant the 2nd planking? I am still not out yet.
For the rest everything is glued, no nails.
For bending I use among other things a soldering iron.

curving the strakes with notches made with a razor saw.

These notches make to the maximum 1/3 of the width of the strake. 

The parts to be notched are determined by marking the places where the strake leaves a rectilinear position.

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Nice progress!

I'm about to build the same ship, also by Occre. Are you nailing the planks to the bulkheads as well as glueing? Or making any dowels?

 

And what method are you using for plank bending?

 

Apologies for my rudimentary questions. I'm about to embark on a task I have never performed before :)

 

Go to this site, its full with information and hint tips and some video's

 

http://www.shipmodeling.ca

 

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