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#1 Posted : 07 October 2011 17:41:18

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Hi all this is my first go at building a modle since I was about 10 so am a bit rusty, So far not too many problems but did find the rear wing a bit fiddly.Flapper
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#2 Posted : 07 October 2011 17:51:37

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BigGrin Hi Andy,

Welcome back to the wonderful world of modelling and I hope you find it as much fun as you did when you were ten !!

Any photos of your build so far??

Regards ... Kev. BigGrin
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#3 Posted : 07 October 2011 18:18:10

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Have just uploaded some hope they all worked.
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#4 Posted : 07 October 2011 18:29:29

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andyone wrote:
Have just uploaded some hope they all worked.
Flapper




the build guide call both of theys screws type "C" ???
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#5 Posted : 07 October 2011 18:36:58

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Hi Andy welcome to the Forum, I am sure if you need any help,there are some serious modellers on the motor side to help you.Cool BigGrin

Very good work by the way
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#6 Posted : 07 October 2011 18:41:28

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Hi Andy welcome to the Forum, I am sure if you need any help,there are some serious modellers on the motor side to help you.Cool BigGrin

Very good work by the way



Thanks its always good to know theres help if you need it.BigGrin
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#7 Posted : 07 October 2011 19:27:40

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andyone wrote:
Have just uploaded some hope they all worked.
Flapper



BigGrin Hi Andy,

Nice photos sir, thanks for posting them up. A very nice build you are doing there, very neat and tidy and nothing wrong with that at all mate - so well done!!

Nice to see a photo of your screw storage system, as detailed in your reply on the "Got a Screw Loose" topic the other day. I hadn't noticed that you'd put up a photo afterwards, so it's good to see what you meant in a visual sense. Looks like a good system you have there, again very neat and tidy and looks very efficient - top stuff!! ThumpUp


Regards ... Kev. BigGrin
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#8 Posted : 07 October 2011 20:29:40

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andyone wrote:
the build guide call both of theys screws type "C" ???



Hi Andy,

I think the reason for the screw differences in your photo is that, although they both appear to have the same head design and length (looks like a type of screw called a cheesehead?), and are both therefore labelled as 'Type C' screws for the purposes of this build, one of them is intended for cutting a thread into ABS plastic, most likely the coarse threaded one, whereas the other finer threaded one, would be for cutting a thread into metal (such as the wishbones or engine parts) where it needs to be a more gradual cutting process ?? Different uses for the same 'Type C' screw, so different threads, depending on what they were intended for in the issue they came from ??

You could say they are the same .... only different !! LOL LOL

Regards ... Kev. BigGrin
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#9 Posted : 13 October 2011 18:09:28

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Just finished issue 26,the screw that holds it all on is a bit fiddly but otherwise no problems here, cant wait til next delivery BigGrin
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#10 Posted : 13 October 2011 18:13:24

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andyone wrote:
Just finished issue 26,the screw that holds it all on is a bit fidly but otherwise no problems here, cant wait til next delivery BigGrin


BigGrin Somehow Andy, I think there's gonna be quite a lot of 'fiddliness' in this build !! LOL Blink Well worth the effort though !! ThumpUp

Nice photos Andy and a great build so far, very clean and crisp, well done to you !! ThumpUp


Regards ... Kev. BigGrin
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#11 Posted : 13 October 2011 18:23:33

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andyone wrote:
Just finished issue 26,the screw that holds it all on is a bit fidly but otherwise no problems here, cant wait til next delivery BigGrin


BigGrin Somehow Andy, I think there's gonna be quite a lot of 'fiddliness' in this build !! LOL Blink Well worth the effort though !! ThumpUp

Nice photos Andy and a great build so far, very clean and crisp, well done to you !! ThumpUp


Regards ... Kev. BigGrin

thanks for the complement.
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#12 Posted : 14 November 2011 13:10:49

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Its been a wile but have just done 27 and 28 hears a couple of pictures
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#13 Posted : 14 November 2011 14:27:40

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BigGrin Good stuff Andy, very neat and tidy job you have done there !! Well done mate, thanks for posting the pics and keep 'em coming when you can ?? ThumpUp

Cheers ... Kev. BigGrin
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#14 Posted : 14 November 2011 15:48:31

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Andy the photos and your build are great,if you reduce the size of your photo in picture manager say 800x600 your photos will display immediatly on the forum, what do you think?BigGrin Cool
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#15 Posted : 25 November 2011 13:32:48

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Just done 29 & 30 no problems and now starting to look good BigGrin
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#16 Posted : 25 November 2011 17:00:25

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BigGrin Nice job Andy, all looking very neat and tidy, so well done to you. Nice to see the pics, much appreciated and keep them coming when you can as it's always nice to compare builds. Good stuff !! ThumpUp


Cheers ... Kev. BigGrin
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#17 Posted : 25 November 2011 17:15:30

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Thanks for the complement I am a bit behind you but its good to see yours first as it gives me a chance to have a good think about things.
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#18 Posted : 25 November 2011 17:38:30

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BigGrin Hi Andy,

Thanks to you too for the return compliment, much appreciated. It's nice to know that people are reading my build and I am glad that it helps you with yours mate, makes it all worthwhile posting it up.
I will be back on it this coming Wednesday (Issue 36) when we get the main part of the undertray/floorpan - WHOOOHOOO !! - can't wait for that big chunk of ABS !!! LOL

Cheers ... Kev. BigGrin
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Hi Andy your build and pictures look greatBigGrin Cool
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#20 Posted : 25 November 2011 17:47:54

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BigGrin Hi Andy,

Thanks to you too for the return compliment, much appreciated. It's nice to know that people are reading my build and I am glad that it helps you with yours mate, makes it all worthwhile posting it up.
I will be back on it this coming Wednesday (Issue 36) when we get the main part of the undertray/floorpan - WHOOOHOOO !! - can't wait for that big chunk of ABS !!! LOL

Cheers ... Kev. BigGrin



Yeh the floorpan looks great, cant wait I just hope that the postman doesent try to hammer it through the letter box like last mounths parcelAngry
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