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HMS Triton by Jasseji - 1:64 - POB - CANCELLED

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10 minutes ago, paulsutcliffe said:

I found the best way to bend small planks is to leave them a lot longer ie twice as long, bend carefully with heat and then use the piece in the middle where you have the correct curve that you need

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Paul

yes, it's a learning curve ;)

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Hello, i am taking a short break due to other Hobbies and Commitments, also i am waiting for the "AOTS Book: Pandora" so i can redesign the Stern Galleries (i have to sit in AutoCAD and redraw some parts for laser-cutting and hoping the Pandora Drawings will give some inspiration)

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For all asking: Due to unrecoverable damage to the bulkheads and planking (massive encounter with the Admiral's cat) this build will not be continued.

 

I was considering redoing the damaged bulkheads but the false keel was cracked also the planking work i done (no further pics, sorry) i have decides to scrap this and rather join the Winnie group after i set up a Workshop in our new Home (Cat-Free Workshop :P)

 

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