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Build Thread, Page :  <<   3   4   5   6   7  [ 8 ]  9   10   11   12   13   >>  (347 posts, 20 posts per page, 18 pages in total) [ < Prev ] [ Next > ]
Skyediamonds1985, Comment for image # 3751614 Dec 16 18:42
Really is a great job Brian. Congratulations.
Don C, Comment for image # 3751614 Dec 16 15:27
Told you you could do it. Good job!
BriandKilby, Comment for image # 3751614 Dec 16 14:44
thanks rayl, my first hub prop.
rayl, Comment for image # 3751614 Dec 16 14:20
Not bad at all. Keep on expanding your horizons.
BriandKilby, Image # 3751614 Dec 16 13:57

prop painted.
BriandKilby, Image # 3747109 Dec 16 18:38

white underbelly.
BriandKilby, Image # 3743508 Dec 16 12:03

vertical stabilizer attached.
BriandKilby, Image # 3743408 Dec 16 12:03

BriandKilby, Comment for image # 3740507 Dec 16 15:22
did anyone have trouble with their windows 10?
BriandKilby, Comment for image # 3740506 Dec 16 07:24
ok, thanks woodsman, i'll take a look at it.
LASTWOODSMAN, Comment for image # 3740505 Dec 16 21:47
Hi Brian - I posted a photo of what a 1/4" diameter plate with a bolt circle of six dressmakers pin heads for the bolts heads would look like - on my Jap Zero "Rufe" build in my Hangar.
BriandKilby, Image # 3740705 Dec 16 14:16

tissued applied!
BriandKilby, Image # 3740605 Dec 16 14:15

BriandKilby, Image # 3740505 Dec 16 14:15

BriandKilby, Comment for image # 3734530 Nov 16 08:18
thanks woodsman, i'll have to give it a try one of these times.
David Duckett, Comment for image # 3734530 Nov 16 03:42
And then post a photo. I would love to see all that crammed on a hub with a center section about one quarter inch in diameter.
LASTWOODSMAN, Comment for image # 3734529 Nov 16 22:37
Hi Brian - I've been watching your nice builds too. If you ever want to finish off that hub with a nice round shiny plate, with 4 or 6 bolt heads in a bolt circle, here is what I do. Buy one of those real cheap aluminum baking pie or cooking sheets at Dallarama. They are soft, easy to cut with scissors, and are about 0.011" - eleven one thousandths of an inch thick. Then get some of those thin shiny silvery dressmaker's pins they use to hem the bottom of pants with. Use a pin vise and drill bits from a micro drill bit set, and drill the holes into a "bolt circle" on the round plate of aluminum for the front of the hub. The pins are one inch long, but just cut them shorter with wire snippers, and push the pins through the plate into the balsa wood of the front of the prop hub - you don't even need glue. It took me a few tries to get a nice circle plate of aluminum with some relatively even bolt circle holes. The heads of those dressmaker's pins look just like bolt heads. I also use larger brass-finished "Escutcheon" pins. Good luck!
BriandKilby, Comment for image # 3734629 Nov 16 17:00
thanks sky, you fellow modelers are a good help also.
Skyediamonds1985, Comment for image # 3734629 Nov 16 15:53
Brian, you've done a great job on the model including the propeller. There are always some portions of any model that will challenge the builder.
BriandKilby, Image # 3734629 Nov 16 15:03

fuselage on wing.
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