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PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 11:34 am 
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Hallo, shipmodellers!

Let me introduce the important part of my Bismarck.

A short specification of my (future) model:

Scale ..................................1:200
Functionality.......................floating, RC
Detailization.......................as detailed, as possible
Reference time....................24.05.1941, approx. 5:50

Now the hull is ready for final painting and ...... your criticism! Yes, I am ready to get all notes about distortions, mistakes , etc. It is very important before the painting!
I intend to show my hull (the hull and upper deck) a section by section - with comments.

Also I am ready to explane all technological methods I used

Let me start with a few common views:

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Hi Mickosh very good aspect :smallsmile:
pretension for what camouflage?
some work on superestructure?
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Hi, Norbert!

About the camouflage: it should be strongly according with reference data - 24.05.1941

Yes, now I work with superstructures- and I guess, they will look unusual !

With best regards -
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Mickosh3 wrote:
Hi, Norbert!

About the camouflage: it should be strongly according with reference data - 24.05.1941

Yes, now I work with superstructures- and I guess, they will look unusual !

With best regards -
Anatoly


i will waiting to see more of your work :thumbs_up_1: :wave_1:


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PostPosted: Mon May 13, 2013 9:49 am 
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Hallo!

It is time to see and critique the section I (0-21,5 m) of my Bismarck hull.


(Note: there are details – on the hull and the upper deck- which will be installed after final painting.)

Best wishes!


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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2013 2:02 am 
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Some information as to the construction and material of the hull and deck?

Horisho! Tom


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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2013 2:14 am 
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Good work Anatoly! :thumbs_up_1:



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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2013 9:31 am 
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Hallo, friends!

Bernd, my work is under big influece from your one!

About materials: the main material of the hull is wood (I used the Hachette partwork as a base - it wasn't a good idea- but now it is too late to change something).The deck base is fibreglass panel (base material for PCB), the deck surface- the wood from pupil lines (I think, it is pear tree)

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Really excellent work so far! I'm excited to see where you go from here! :thumbs_up_1:

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PostPosted: Sun May 19, 2013 10:47 am 
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Hallo, friends!

Thanks for nice comments! I hope, my “scratches “ will be usefull!

Now - the section II views.

Have a nice viewing!

Anatoly


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That's some brilliant work you're doing!!! :thumbs_up_1: :thumbs_up_1: :thumbs_up_1:

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Hi, Neptune, thank you! I'm going to keep this way to very end!


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I am reluctant to criticize such an elegant and detailed hull, but it does appear that the stern in the rudder area and aft may be more V bottomed than the accompanying photo suggests.

Might be the lighting?

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Hi, Fliger!
Yes, you are right-there is a small distortion.
As I wrote before, I took the Hachette partwork as a base. It was my big mistake-the partwork has lots of distortions! I spend many time to correct them-if it was possible.

Also in the area you mentioned.
Please, have a look at picture 1. It is a part of very detailed drawings - and the section marked "A" shows us a almost flat surface close the ruders. Also, pay attention on the line marked "B". The line is "unlogical" - on my opinion
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I tried to improve the distortion - but without a complete success!

The picture 2 shows the area in more "profitable" light.

With best regards-
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The frames around the rudders are ok, but the frames towards the stern are too pointed at the bottom creating a "sharp" edge at the center keel line. See the small insert of the BA photo adjacent to the model stern in one of the posting above. Also the MES was located differently on the stern. But these points are hard to correct with all surface details already in place.

Still beautiful work!

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109 wrote:
The frames around the rudders are ok, but the frames towards the stern are too pointed at the bottom creating a "sharp" edge at the center keel line. See the small insert of the BA photo adjacent to the model stern in one of the posting above. Also the MES was located differently on the stern. But these points are hard to correct with all surface details already in place.

Still beautiful work!



Hi, Bernd!
Yes, I have (I had) no information about the MES position on the stern.
Could you, please, mark (approx.) the right MES position on my picture no 2 (see above) - by the Paint - accordind with your opinion or with your info?

With best regards-
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Hi Anatoly,

the MES is parallel to the lower edge of the Stern armor belt and Ends at Frame 10.5 (my knowledge)

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Bernd, but the MES system is a coil! It cann't end at the hull- in the case it loses the physical reason - the magnetic field is shorted!
What is your opinion?

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It also ends at Frame 230 and does not go around the stem.

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Mickosh3 wrote:
Bernd, but the MES system is a coil! It cann't end at the hull- in the case it loses the physical reason - the magnetic field is shorted!
What is your opinion?

With best regards-
Fnatoly


Hi,

it is physically not necessary to run the electric leads (probably aluminum wires?) around the ship´s ends because the hull is made of steel which is a very good magnetic conductor. Thus the magnetic field goes around the ship´s ends without a problem. Additionally both degaussing cabels are relatively close to each other and the ship´s ends. Also the MES is not a classic coil, it consits of leads running parallel to each other.

The degaussing cable below the anchors etc. would be prone to damage.

HTH,

Bernd.


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