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HMS Cumberland 1774 by AlexBaranov - FINISHED - 1:36

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Теперь мой друг и фотограф Геннадий Баши сделал слайд-шоу.

 


Я настаивал на музыку Сметаны, Вивальди, Бизе. Тем не менее, это также хороший выбор правильно.

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This is the last edition of the slideshow. Hopefully successful.

The following vehicles will certainly be. I very much hope that the next time I will have more time to show the technology works in more detail. Although I note that recently I often use digital technology and precision equipment. This aspect is not very useful for the creation of the classic models of the ships so little use.

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Hi Alex,

 

May I ask how many years it took, start to finish, for you to create this magnificent work of art?

 

Thank you for posting your build log!

 

Cheers,

Robert

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The Cumberland was built in 2 years and 5 months!  Wow!  You must have been working some REALLY LONG days to make something that impressive in that amount of time.  I guess you're one of those people who doesn't need much sleep.  Alex, that's one awesome looking model, and the videos are quite nice also.

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Alex, Your models are truly unique.  I study with admiration Your reports. "Victoria" is outstanding.

My best regards Alexander .

 

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http://www.shipmodels.com.ua/catalog/Accessories

 

The details presented on my website are made by the method of vacuum-casting of brass and bronze using wax-cast wax models. I used this method to manufacture all metal parts for the HMS Cumberland ship model and the imperial yacht Queen Victoria and for many of my ship models (photos are in the posts above). I accept orders for the manufacture of parts for any ship on any scale according to your drawings, sketches or photographs. I use 3D modeling to get the first wax model that is processed on a CNC machine. After receiving the first wax model, the jeweler makes the casting of this model in the metal. After that, I make silicone matrices for this metal model. With the help of matrices, I propagate any injection wax products. According to the mass models, the caster casts mass products.

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Thanks for the info, Alex. I didn't see a price for the drawings/plans for the Imperial Yacht Queen Victoria. Have I missed something?

 

Tony

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Hi Tony !
Indeed, the site has no prices yet. I will eliminate this flaw in the future. In the meantime, I tell the price in personal correspondence to anyone interested. The price of the set of drawings of the imperial yacht Queen Victoria is 50 euros.
In addition to the drawings, I have the matrix of some important metal parts and can help to produce. The appearance of the finished yacht can be viewed in the section "Ship Models"

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