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 Crusader MK.1

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Sergio Tschundin

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MensajeTema: Re: Crusader MK.1   Lun 10 Sep 2007, 12:22 pm

Hi John

A work super the of placing all screws, I see a detailed work to the maximum thing...
I will be in first line to see your step to step... tongue tongue tongue tongue

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MensajeTema: Crusader   Miér 12 Sep 2007, 3:17 am

Hello Joaquin,
Thank you. Nice to meet you.
I am glad you liked the Nut / Rivet work. I am very happy with the results pena
I like little details like this. Some times it is good to keep it simple, but I love photo etch too sun

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MensajeTema: ???   Miér 12 Sep 2007, 3:20 am

Hello Felipe,

Thank you. Nice to meet you. pena

I do not understand this comment pena "now I see where I lose the screw"

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MensajeTema: Detail.....   Miér 12 Sep 2007, 3:25 am

Hi Sergio,

I have not had a chance to look at your KV today..... I like it a lot pena

Yes, I love the detail. it is fun for me and an excuse to but good Books to help out. I love Books almost as much as Models pena

"I will be in first line to see your step to step..."

Okay clown Well, here is the next installment

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MensajeTema: More Rivets, Handles and Bins   Miér 12 Sep 2007, 4:05 am

Panas,
I apologize for the delay. Things did not go as planned , but I am here now with more of the Step by Step pena = pena = pena = pena =pena


layout for the last of the rivet.......I think! ch



One side done :ale:


Finished product

And the other side and the backs of the......I am not sure what those are sa


Now, time for the Handles :ale: First I use the molded handles as a location guide. And drill on either side of it.



Then, I use my micro chisel to plane off the surface.......


Carefully, So I do not remove that pesky detail Twisted Evil Then it is time for the handles themselves.

Another favorite tool :ale: :ale:



And now I have a Handle ready to install. The wire is Brass, .013 of an inch.

in this photo I use a piece of styrene to set the height.


Finished product. Now I just have to do the rest affraid affraid affraid affraid affraid


And here they are. Not as hard as I made them out to be, I am always nervous :ge when I need to scrape detail off :ale: :ale: :ale: :ale:


And with all the Bins in place......



So, as you can see, Most of the Rivet work this time is obscured. This is OK with Me. We know it is there. Razz

And one last thing, Amigos. The kit has these Triangular openings in the rear Stowage Bins.


I thought that they were wrong Evil or Very Mad And I was going to fix them, but I checked my Book and Tamiya has got them right ala Good referance pays off :ale: :ale: :ale: :ale: :ale: :ale: :ale: :ale: :ale:

Thats it for tonite. Am I going too far with the step by step Question Let me know and I will fix it pena

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John
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MensajeTema: Re: Crusader MK.1   Miér 12 Sep 2007, 7:27 am

Amigo!!! Pana!!! that work is really amazing!!!! pirat pirat aplauso aplauso clown clown
The rivets!!! very good!!... cool!!!
The Tool!!! Excellent!!!
All the work is amazing!! clown pirat ala ala
Congratulation Pana..... DESE DURO!!!
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MensajeTema: Re: Crusader MK.1   Miér 12 Sep 2007, 8:22 am

Hi Jonh..congratulations for your fine work
I have saved your shots to my HD for future references.
See you soon again!!!
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MensajeTema: Re: Crusader MK.1   Miér 12 Sep 2007, 8:40 am

John Hoffman escribió:
Another favorite tool :ale: :ale:




Thats it for tonite. Am I going too far with the step by step Question Let me know and I will fix it pena

Best Regards,
John

Hey John that´s one of a hell tool you have there Twisted Evil I like it!!!
Great job by the way, and about those rivets...I see clearly they are hexgonal sa :bounce:
Never too short on the SBS John, keep them coming clown
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MensajeTema: Tool   Vie 14 Sep 2007, 3:47 am

Hi David,
Basketball You are too kind pena

That tool is very good. Kind of expensive but it make life a little easier.
And I love having Tools sun

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MensajeTema: HD   Vie 14 Sep 2007, 3:54 am

Hello Yiyo,

Nice to meet you.

Basketball I am glad the photos will be of use. If you have any questions, please ask pena

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MensajeTema: Hex heads   Vie 14 Sep 2007, 3:57 am

Hi Rene,

Basketball Yes it is a hell of a tool. It is fun to use! I could do the same thing with Pliers, but this looks much more impressive!

Cheers,
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MensajeTema: Fuel tank   Vie 14 Sep 2007, 4:34 am

Panas,

Mad

Another installment of Crusader! Step by Step!

Tonite (Morning?) we will install the Auxillary Fuel Tank. sun

Okay, there is no photo of the first step......You would not be able to see it, really. It is a trick I learned building Airplanes :ge I use liquid cement,(Tenax) apply it wet to the seam. let it sit about 30 seconds then squeeze the part. This forces out a little melted Styrene. after it has set, about 24 hours, clo you can sand this excess off, and it will do most of the filling work for you.

Here is the Tank. I have started to remove the Strap detail.



Here all the Strap detail has been removed. This was done to make the seam easier to remove, and to improve the Strap detail, as you will see....
I had not intended to replace the filler cap, but it was damaged Neutral



Next I thinned the mounting brackets to improve there appearance. The one on the Left is finished. Oh, and I added rivets, too......Twisted Evil



While I was doing the brackets I realised that there were grab handles on the ends of the Tank...... So I did that, too.



After the ejector pins were sanded off, the brackets left a little gap Evil or Very Mad
that was easily fixed with a little Mr Surfacer 1000. I brush it on without thinning it. It works great for this. clown



New Straps! Made from .010x.030 Styrene. These look more convincing then the molded part Cool There is also a tiny mounting pin there as well, but you really have too look.........



On Crusaders fitted with the Aux Tank there is a mount for the Fuel line. Mine has it now too!




And the beginnings of a Fuel line...... I used Solder for this.



The Tank in place cheers




At this point I added a little more detail to the Straps......




When I cut the slots for the Aux Tank brackets I made them a little to big....... So I added these plates, which you can just see here next to the bracket, to hide this flaw. Looks ok now, and only an expert would spot it sa



Thanks for Looking pena

Best Regards,
John
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MensajeTema: Re: Crusader MK.1   Vie 14 Sep 2007, 6:32 am

Wow!!
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MensajeTema: Re: Crusader MK.1   Sáb 15 Sep 2007, 10:17 pm

Jhonnnnnn, Jhonnnnn You belong to the dark side!!!! Twisted Evil Only the Dark side will be a Lord of Scrach Jajajajajaja Twisted Evil (Orson Well voice) , ok , I will post a message!!! ch Change SF3D kits for nice tools!!!! nice nice nice work!!! aplauso
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MensajeTema: Re: Crusader MK.1   Dom 16 Sep 2007, 3:49 am

La Leche, the milk. aplauso pirat
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MensajeTema: Re: Crusader MK.1   Dom 16 Sep 2007, 6:15 am

Basketball Basketball Excellent John.
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MensajeTema: Re: Crusader MK.1   Dom 16 Sep 2007, 7:57 pm

panzer
Thats incredible work. Congratuletion. aplauso aplauso aplauso
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MensajeTema: Re: Crusader MK.1   Lun 17 Sep 2007, 5:33 am

Shocked Shocked

Excelent!!!

ala ala aplauso aplauso

GO! GO! GO!
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MensajeTema: Werk   Mar 18 Sep 2007, 2:46 am

Hi Sergio,

Basketball Basketball Basketball I am glad you like it clown

cheers,
John
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MensajeTema: Sith   Mar 18 Sep 2007, 2:55 am

Andres,
You must not give away my Secrets (Jedi Hand wave) "There is no Dark Side here"............Razz

Thank you my friend pena I am glad you approve aplauso aplauso aplauso

I used one of your Jedi tricks this evening ala You will see in the up coming photos :bounce:

Cheers,
John
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MensajeTema: La Leche   Mar 18 Sep 2007, 2:59 am

Hello Domin,

Nice to meet you Mad

Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball I am glad you are enjoying my work ala ala ala ala

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MensajeTema: Crusader   Mar 18 Sep 2007, 3:04 am

Hello Hetore,

Nice to meet you Mad

Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball Please come back and see more of my work clown

Cheers,
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MensajeTema: Africa Corp   Mar 18 Sep 2007, 3:06 am

Hello Luigi,

Nice to meet you Mad

Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball Thank you for the kind words. aplauso aplauso aplauso aplauso

Cheers,
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MensajeTema: Ferrari   Mar 18 Sep 2007, 3:09 am

Hello Rafael,

Nice to meet you Mad

Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball I appreciate your coming by to look pirat :bounce:

Cheers,
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MensajeTema: Dirt!!!   Mar 18 Sep 2007, 3:25 am

Panas,

Okay, just a short update today. I am allmost done with the rear of the Tank........Just a few more things! Like Air cleaners clown




As You can see, I have added the mount on to the back of the Air Cleaner. This helps to hide the seams. Also please note that the raised seams on the Shell shaped things should be there.....So if you build one of these Crusaders (and You should) leave them there Razz

And now in place,




X2



I added a little texture to the intake mount, as it is a cast part on the real Tank.
At this point I realised that the Fire Extinguishers are mounted in the wrong place Neutral



After I drilled the holes Razz Okay so to fix them I swiped Andres trick of using the stretched Sprue ends clown Nice Work Andres ala ala



So now I will let those set and smooth them out next time :bounce:

Thanks for looking, Amigos :medal:

Best Regards,
John
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