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H.M.S. Triton 1773. 1:60. Yury

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Hi everyone! Want to join the builders HMS Triton. I chose the 1:60 scale, as it is best to size like my material. The model will be built from pink pears. Here is the result of two evenings.

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Looks very nice. I have also added you to the full grpup so you should be able to access all the other plans now.

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Thank you all for your warm welcome. I'm glad to be in such good company. Counting on tips more experienced shipbuilders.

 

Daniel, from the beginning I doubted choice of scale, but the example of Ed Tosti with his magnificent "Naiad" dispelled all doubts. Now take a short time out to work with the drawings. 

 

Before meeting.

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Nice work on the stem.   By the way, could you please post in English which is the language of this forum?

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Hello Yuri,

I just found your log and I must say that you are doing an excellent job. I look forward to seeing more of your work.

 
"Прощай, мой друг"

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Hello! Thank you for your kind words about my work. Continued hope will not disappoint you. The past month has been spent on the production of frames. Now they are ready to everything except turning. Here are the latest pictures.

 

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Hello Yuri,

I do not believe that you will disapoint me my friend. So far it seems that you have a very good understanding on building ships. I can not wait to see your finished build.

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Здравствуйте! Мой Тритон растет, хотя и не так быстро, как хотелось бы. Теперь это выглядит так:

 

Edit by moderator for translation: Hello! My Triton is growing, though not as quickly as we would like. Now it looks like this:

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Yuri,

It is beautiful. Do not worry about the progress. Little here, a little there and soon your ship will be complete.

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Hello everyone.

Here are a few photos of the last month. I allowed myself some liberty and filled the gaps between the square frames. I do not know if that is right with the historical and structural point of view for the frigates, but I saw something similar in the logs for the construction of class sloops "Swan". Of course, in reality it was not so, but our figures are enough simplifications and conventions.

Now I want to make temporary ribbands to align and secure toptimbers then treat body inside.

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Hello Vladimir!!

 

Excellent work! Sure Guy, me and others are going to envy you with that beautiful work filling the space between the frames...

 

Валяй!

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Hi Yuri

Been following your build. Great work so far.can youanswer a question if possible with regards to setting up the building board and especially the second higher part of the jig. Is the thickness of the higher part critical? It looks like you've made yours from 1/2 inch ply? I then presume the spacer blocks have to be reduced by this amount to bring this second part of the jig to the correct height?currently building the cross section but will be moving to the full build afterwards in 1/48 scale.

Looking forward to the rest of your build

Cheers...mick

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Welcome aboard Yuri!

 

Your build looks fantastic and it appears you are doing every thing right! building jigs, spacers, etc.  Looking foward on following the rest of your build

 

Cheers

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