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HMS ALERT 1777 by Hong Bing - Trident Model - 1/48 scale

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Hongbin is a model enthusiast who was commissioned by us to test. He tested the version earlier, so there are some differences between Hongbin and the official version, such as the slots reserved. He was the first enthusiast to complete the ship system.

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Hello, Trident Model! If you are copying and pasting your English text from a translation service, look for the "copy as plain text" option; that will eliminate the background color.

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37 minutes ago, ccoyle said:

Hello, Trident Model! If you are copying and pasting your English text from a translation service, look for the "copy as plain text" option; that will eliminate the background color.

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14 hours ago, calt4 said:

a very nice job is this a company you started 

can you purchase such a kit 

Yes, this ship model which mr yang produced was provided by Trident

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I was trying to find Trident Model website to look at the products and prices. I did not find it. Closest I could get was this. Is that you?

 

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14 minutes ago, Y.T. said:

I was trying to find Trident Model website to look at the products and prices. I did not find it. Closest I could get was this. Is that you?

 

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The KIT is expected to be developed in August, and the price is expected to be $350. This price is intended to keep most of the enthusiasts from having too much burden. However, due to the processing method, the product will be very low and can be purchased as long as it is not in a hurry. We'll open a shop in Ebay.

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This is spectacular and with this kit, you are finally allowing non-experts modelers to build Period Ships in the proper way.

 

What are the woods being used in the kit? You also mentioned a price of about $350 for the kit in another thread.

Will the frame used to build the ship, be included in the kit?

 

Yves

 

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1 hour ago, yvesvidal said:

This is spectacular and with this kit, you are finally allowing non-experts modelers to build Period Ships in the proper way.

 

What are the woods being used in the kit? You also mentioned a price of about $350 for the kit in another thread.

Will the frame used to build the ship, be included in the kit?

 

Yves

 

Cherry wood, frame included, and many others not shown are included. I will show you the validation process one after another. I hope to give you more valuable comments.

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This is just incredible of realism and precision.

 

Will the kit truly include all these parts or is this a "one of a kind improved" assembly?

 

Really curious about this kit and wondering when will it be available for purchase.

 

Yves

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9 hours ago, yvesvidal said:

This is just incredible of realism and precision.

 

Will the kit truly include all these parts or is this a "one of a kind improved" assembly?

 

Really curious about this kit and wondering when will it be available for purchase.

 

Yves

First of all, thank you for your attention. He uses standard accessories. Copper nails are made for individuals. They are not available in KIT. At present, metal parts are still in continuous optimization, and it will take about two months to complete the development.

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HongBin's handrails made of ebony are only a test of our materials, not the materials provided in KIT, which provides cherry wood. The handrail is a difficult link in the whole production process. Because each production error is different, it is necessary to grind the handrail holes according to the actual situation.

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