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#21 Posted : 05 March 2017 12:55:05

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Nice work as usual Alan. The planking looks impressive.

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#22 Posted : 05 March 2017 14:14:44

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Great work AlanBigGrin Sorry missed the start of your build Blushing she looks an interesting shipBigGrin will follow your progressBigGrin regards PhilCool
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#23 Posted : 05 March 2017 23:08:46

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Thanks guys, appreciate the kind comments.....Cool Cool

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#24 Posted : 06 March 2017 03:29:48

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Very tidy deck work.Cool

Looks like a nice build, so I`m looking forward to seeing its progress.

Keep up the good work. BigGrin

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#25 Posted : 06 March 2017 15:51:46

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Top quality parts apparently and also top quality build. I feel my resistance to buying it waning more and more.
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#26 Posted : 06 March 2017 23:58:52

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Derek, Greyhawk, thanks for looking in and your kind comments, appreciated....Cool Cool .. More soon....

Regards

Alan
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#27 Posted : 09 March 2017 00:07:30

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Stage 3

This stage is about adding bracing pieces and building up the stern gallery framework. Started by adding the forward bulkhead to the second deck ensuring it was set to 90 degrees to the deck. Added two stiffening strips to the bow area and two to the stern area, the bow pieces can be added with care and without the need to bend using steam or bending iron. Then added two stiffeners onto the keel at the front of the bow.

Moved on to building the framework for the gallery starting with adding the 3 cross pieces, followed by adding two uprights between the upper two cross sections. Continued to add further bracing pieces and builders should note, the tops of the side gallery are glue to the top of the uprights only, there is a gap between the top and the upright sitting next to it as shown in the pics. Finally glued two stiffeners to the keel at the stern and left everything to dry.

This completes stage 3.

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#28 Posted : 09 March 2017 00:16:50

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Very neat and accurate modelling there Alan. This model is going to turn out to be very impressive what with your work so far.

P.S. I tried to reply to your PM but my message wouldn't send as your inbox is full.

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#29 Posted : 09 March 2017 00:31:06

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Sticky Wickett wrote:
Very neat and accurate modelling there Alan. This model is going to turn out to be very impressive what with your work so far.

P.S. I tried to reply to your PM but my message wouldn't send as your inbox is full.

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Thanks Phil, appreciated... Have deleted some items so you should be able to send your reply now.....

Regards

Alan
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#30 Posted : 09 March 2017 13:16:04

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Great work AlanDrool BigGrin seems to be coming togther quite quicklyBigGrin regards PhilCool
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#31 Posted : 09 March 2017 13:47:51

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#32 Posted : 09 March 2017 19:43:19

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Looking good Alan ThumpUp

I actually had to go back and check if you had planked the deck or if it was a stick on thing, superb work Cool
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#33 Posted : 09 March 2017 20:01:30

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I really like that mini drawing set with the angle pieces you have there.

Getting into tight spots with a 90 degree square is next to impossible sonwill have to look out for the set you have.

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#34 Posted : 09 March 2017 21:08:19

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Very nice decking, turned out just as good as good as colouring the edges, bet it was a lot quicker too.
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#35 Posted : 09 March 2017 21:19:35

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Very nice work Alan, your flying along with the build - so to speak.

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#36 Posted : 10 March 2017 00:12:57

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Nice update as always Alan. Looking great.

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#37 Posted : 10 March 2017 00:30:29

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Thanks everyone for looking in and the very nice comments made, appreciated as always....Cool Cool .. Doing the caulking this way proved to be very effective and just goes to show there are a multitude of different techniques all giving great results.....Cool Cool .. Next time you're doing decking try this method out using some spare planks and see the results for yourselves, am pretty sure the results will please you... Cool Cool

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#38 Posted : 10 March 2017 00:37:10

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birdaj2 wrote:
I really like that mini drawing set with the angle pieces you have there.

Getting into tight spots with a 90 degree square is next to impossible sonwill have to look out for the set you have.



Tony, the drawing kit is top quality and well worth having. Keep looking in the MS Shop, the set will be available soon for purchase....Cool Cool

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#39 Posted : 10 March 2017 08:48:20

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birdaj2 wrote:
I really like that mini drawing set with the angle pieces you have there.

Getting into tight spots with a 90 degree square is next to impossible sonwill have to look out for the set you have.

It's on sale here and also the Shaper set:

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#40 Posted : 13 March 2017 00:25:01

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Hi Alan, BigGrin

Very impressed with your progress. Love

Looks a builder friendly kit and you are making a very neat job to date.

Cool Cool Cool Cool

Well done.

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