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Chebece 1750 by Forlani Daniel

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Ciao a tutti, 

Ho realizzato lo scaletto e sinceramente è stato abbastanza difficile essenzialmente per due motivi.
Il primo motivo: l'utilizzo della linea del ponte per realizzare la dima di pontuale per i riferimenti delle coste e la seconda dima per il cassero sovrapposta alla precedente.
Il secondo motivo: il disegno in pianta del ponte, questa misura non tiene conto del cavallino del ponte, quindi se avessi utilizzato questo disegno senza le dovute modifiche delle quote in lunghezza avrei ottenuto sulla dima di pontuale con una sagoma più corta di circa 5mm.

Alcune foto dello scaletto.
Se notate da una parte ho messo il disegno con la chiglia a pari e nell'altra foto si vede quanto il disegno è stato allungato.

 

Hi everyone, I realized the ladder and honestly it was quite difficult essentially for two reasons. The first reason: the use of the bridge line to create the pontic template for the rib references and the second template for the formwork overlapping the previous one. The second reason: the plan drawing of the bridge, this measure does not take into account the pony of the bridge, so if I had used this design without the due changes in the dimensions in length I would have obtained on the pontual template with a shorter shape of about 5mm. Some photos of the ladder. If you notice on one side I put the design with the keel on the same level and in the other photo you can see how long the design has been stretched


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Dima di pontuale finita
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Scaletto
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Qui ho posizionato la dima del cassero
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Ciao a tutti, comincio a mettere alcune foto della carpenteria assiale.

Dritto di poppa con la continuazione della chiglia in un pezzo unico, ho ricavato questo particolare vicino ad un nodo per rispettare il più possibile in senso della venatura.

 

Hi everyone, I begin to put some photos of the axial carpentry. Straight aft with the continuation of the keel in a single piece, I obtained this detail near a knot to respect as much as possible in the direction of grain.

 

Thanks Dirk


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Hello Dirk.

A nice start to a great build.

Looks like you have put a lot of thought into how you are going to build this model.

I've not seen anyone use a fly cutter for large curves for some years. Nice Machining of the timbers.

 

Regards Antony.

 

Ciao Dirk.

Un buon inizio per una grande build.

Sembra che tu abbia riflettuto molto su come costruire questo modello.

Non ho visto nessuno usare un cutter per grandi curve per alcuni anni. Bella lavorazione delle travi.

 

Saluti Antonio.

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That is really nice pear wood you are working with. Will be a great model :-)

 

Si tratta di un legno di pero molto bello con cui state lavorando. Sarà un grande modello :-)

 

Dirk

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Hello and thanks to everyone,
Landrotten, I use only a manual milling machine, what you see in the photo is the FF 230 of Proxxon.

 

Altre foto:
Ho simulato il torello per vedere come si posizionava sulla chiglia

 

More photos:
I simulated the bull to see how it stood on the keel

 

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Very Impressive work! I love to see how you work with the wood and tools and I thank you for the very instructive pictures.

 

Kind regards, Kees

 

ps. Dirk, any Dutch roots? Your name is very common in Holland

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No dutch roots for me. But my brother-in-law is dutch and his name is Dirk too but it is pronounced very differently than in German ,more Dirik then Dirk 🙂  

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Ciao a tutti, ultime foto della carpenteria assiale, adesso passerò alla costruzione delle coste di spessore 2,8mm.

 

Hello to all, last photo of the axial carpentry, now I will pass to the construction of the coasts of thickness 2,8mm.

 

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Siccome i disegni della monografia forniscono solo metà della costa ho dovuto con un programma vettoriale ricavare l'altra metà.

 

Since the drawings of the monograph provide only half of the coast I had to with a vector program get the other half.

 

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