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ROYAL CAROLINE 1749 by Jeronimo - 1/48 scale

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Hello Model Friends.

After much research and more considerations,

I decided to build the model of the "ROYAL CAROLINE 1749".

 

The history of the Royal Caroline has been written x times,

so I'll give up on more details.

 

After the sparse construction drawings, as well as various to scale without

drawings in the book by AotS I have strong doubts about the success of the project,

but I try it anyway.

 

The plan drawings by Boudriot, Delacroix from ANCRE publishing house, on the other hand,

are top class in their own right, i very first cream.

 

Thanks Mike for the help of the frame drawings.

 

To the model:

Scale: 1/48

Wood: German Elsbeere

Overall lenght: 655,0 mm

 

I will build the model with visible frames from the second barwood,

as well as the interior.

I have already installed the "backbone" of the model on/in the slipway building board.

There are no photos of the individual parts, smoothly forgotten.

Next step is the construction of forty-five douple frames, each frame consists of twelve parts,

so I am busy in the near future.

 

Karl

 

(Sorry, Google translator)

 

 

 

 

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Hello Karl - 

 

It is always a good day when I can watch you build another model in your excellent style and workmanship.

I will be following along until the end.

 

Best wishes for success from an American friend.

 

Dan

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Good morning.

 

A new wonder is abaout to come out! Ein neues Wunder! :imNotWorthy:

 

Already beautiful to watch.

 

I'll be following it closely.

 

Congratulations.

 

Giorgio.

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Update

The assembly of the first frames on the keel.

 

I make the assembly of the double frames on a glass plate

above the plan drawing.

Advantage, after drying the adhesive, the frame can be easily

detached from the glass plate.

Straken and grind I'll do later.

 

Karl

 

Part 2

 

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ROYAL CAROLINE 1749

I have succeeded in acquiring the original Italian,

barely available, rare edition of the book, with all 15 plan drawings.

Compared to the book by AotS, it has the advantage that all

drawings are shown in large format on a scale of 1:48.

 

Unfortunately, my previos frame construction was built without the

required thickness for the chamfers of the individual frames.

Consequently, these were too thin after straightening / grinding.

The result is garbage, and complete new construction.

 

Karl

 

 

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Complete  new building ,

after a mistake on my part in the construction

of the frames.

 

Many thanks to Mike for the correction of the frames,

without him I would not have been able to make the

intended open frame.

 

Next, I will start with the bug, (Hawse Timbers) and

straighten and grind the previus  part.

 

Karl

 

 

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Update from the frame construction.

 

Karl

 

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1 hour ago, federicoaa said:

Hi Jeronimo, what is your technique for the nails? they look very tidy 😊

 

With 0,6 mmdrill holes drilled in the wood,

filled with darl wax and rub with a soft cloth.

Finished

 

Karl

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