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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2022 1:20 pm 
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Wow!! That's impressive. Not to look a gift horse in the mouth but any chance you will be doing later marks (TF MkX)? A substantial amount of what you have done already applies.

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ps nevermind, went on the site!! Awesome


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2022 1:38 pm 
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Hi Steve,

Yes, an observer's station for TF Mk. X will be released after the early station. Below is a rendering of that design at about 80% complete.
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A 1/32 scale TF Mk.X cockpit, dihedral tailplanes and torpedo are available now.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2022 2:29 pm 
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Happy to announce a 1/32 scale Bristol Beaufighter early Radar Operator's Station has been released. The model is intended for the classic Revell Beaufighter kits.
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New scans of original ship builders' plans for free download:
- aircraft carrier Graf Zeppelin
- Admiral Hipper-class heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen
- never-built Kriegsmarine "M"-class light cruiser
- Type II U-boat
- Deutschland-class battleship SMS Schleswig-Holstein
- Kaiser-class battleship SMS Kaiser
- Kaiser-class battleship SMS Friedrich der Große
- battlecruiser SMS Seydlitz

The original scans were obtained from the Bundesarchiv and graciously made available to the public by "The Dreadnought Project", a naval history wiki primarily focusing on the period 1880-1920. TDP has authorized their electronic redistribution without alteration. We extend our sincere thanks to TDP.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2022 3:12 pm 
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you mean this? http://www.dreadnoughtproject.org/tfs/i ... Ship_Plans
has been around for a number of years.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2022 4:36 pm 
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David, most of the plans we offer have been available for years. But not all together from a single source popular with modelers.

We compiled the plans we offer from several different sources and make them all available together on one webpage as a convenient courtesy to anyone who would like them. We do so at our cost. On the download page for each plan, we state where each plan comes from and post a link to the source so that people interested in similar plans can find more plans directly from the source, if desired.

We extend our sincere appreciation to The Dreadnought Project, the NARA and USDoT. staff and the many generous private researchers who continue to dedicate considerable time, personal resources and effort to preserve and make these plans available to the public and to posterity.

In the meantime, enjoy our new 1/32 scale Bristol Beaufighter Radar Operator's Station (see two posts above) and come see more than 200 shipyard drawings for free download at Model-Monkey.com.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2022 5:24 pm 
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Hi Steve,

Regarding the plans you have posted (which is very great and thank you very much), I noticed a warning that states the plans my not be in the scale marked on them due to resizing during scanning. I know that's the case, but what I was wondering is in a set of plans, can the individual sheets be different or would all sheets in a set be the same scale, whatever that works out to be?

Thanks again for going through the effort to make them available on your site.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 11, 2022 7:50 pm 
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Hi Mark,

Great question.

The good news is that many of the plans were scanned at the correct scale. In other words, the scan matches the scale of the original drawing. But not all of them. It is very possible that different sheets within the same set might have been scanned at different scales. It all depends on how the person or persons who did the original scanning set the scale on the scanner(s) when he or she scanned the original sheet. That person or persons may have changed the setting when scanning different sheets.

The plans are offered as-is, at whatever scale they were originally scanned. This means that each sheet may not necessarily have been scanned at the scale that the original plans were drawn in as stated on the sheet.

Also note that these are scans of original drawings that are in most cases many decades old. Depending on well they were stored over those many decades, the original drawings may be damaged or distorted. The scanning process would capture that distortion, not correct it.

For modeling purposes, each sheet should be checked against any graphic scale that appears on the sheet to determine the scan's actual scale and whether or not they should be rescaled within your own computer to bring them to as true a scale as possible. Here's one way to do that:

For US Navy Booklet of General Plans drawings (BoGP), this can best be done by noting the longitudinal scales that show the "stations". See sample, cropped, closeup scans below.

The length of US ships are often measured using "stations". The images below are closeups of scans that show where stations are located on a typical BoGP drawing, in this case USS Saratoga CV-3. On BoGP drawings, stations are typically drawn at either 8 feet apart or 4 feet apart. There are always exceptions, but 8 feet and 4 feet are common. We can then use a bit of math and a digital caliper to check to see if our drawing was accurately scanned at the correct scale.
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1. For example, let's pick a favorite subject's BoGP drawing, USS Saratoga CV-3. Let's say that we learned from Wikipedia that the real USS Saratoga CV-3 was a bit more than 800 feet long. We see that the graphical scale on the full-size scan of the BoGP drawing records the length of the hull with station numbers up to a bit more than 200. 800 feet / 200 stations = 4. That means that the stations are 4 feet apart. We don't need precise measurements yet, we're just trying to determine whether the stations are 8 feet apart or 4 feet apart or some other sensical, round number.

2. US BoGP drawings were commonly, originally drawn in 1/192 scale (1/16 inch = 1 foot) and that's what this drawing states is the original scale, 1/16 inch = 1 foot, in the table at the bottom right corner.

3. Let's pick a usable length of the ship to check, say 20 stations.

4. So, 20 stations at 4 feet apart = 80 feet on the real ship (20 x 4 feet = 80 feet). Next we need to convert 80 feet into a usable 1/192 scale measurement. For scale modeling purposes, let's shoot for measurements in millimeters because the math is easier in millimeters.

5. To get 80 feet in 1/192 scale in millimeters, here's the math: 80' x 12 inches per foot x 25.4 mm per inch divided by our scale of 192 = 127 mm.

6. Using a digital caliper, let's measure 20 stations on the scan of the drawing. If 20 stations measures 127 mm, the scan of the drawing is accurately 1/192 scale.

But let's say that using a digital caliper, 20 stations on the drawing only measures 101.6 mm. No worries, we can correct the scan. Take 127 (the correct number we want) and divide it by 101.6 (the actual number we measured). We get 1.25. That means that the drawing should be enlarged 1.25 times (125%) to be properly scaled to 1/192 scale.

7. Using whatever graphic software you have on your computer or printer, enlarge the scan 125%. Then print it and check it again to make sure 20 stations measures 127 mm.

To check for distortion, check the stations at different points along the graphic scale and make sure they all measure the same 127 mm. In other words, 20 stations at the bow and 20 stations at the stern should both measure 127 mm. If they don't match, the original drawing is distorted. That can be corrected, too, but requires some more mathematical gymnastics.

Once you have the scan at a correct scale, you can resize it to any scale you want.

Hope this helps.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2022 7:11 am 
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It's way too early in the morning for math, Steve... :no_2:

But thanks for that explanation!

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2022 11:06 am 
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Heheh.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2022 9:40 pm 
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Good one Steve,

Thanks for the detailed response. It will come in handy when I move on to other ship projects.

I should have explained that I’m working with the BoGP drawings for the USS Yorktown CV-5 and used the 1/700 scale drawings in Roger Chesneau’s book and the measuring tool in Acrobat Reader to to figure out that the PDF files I have are in 1/152 scale if they were printed at 100% zoom.

But this would seem to indicate that the drawings were enlarged when they were scanned. So I worked with your method and determined
1) Stations are 4 feet apart.
2) Reader Tool converted 20 stations (80 ft) to 160.10 mm
3) dividing 127 mm by 160.10 mm gives approximately .79 as the zoom factor

So I guess it’s as Saul says, “It’s all good man”.

Thanks again for the response and the lesson in stations which led to some self taught lessons on stems and Forward and Aft Perpendiculars…. All of which will come in handy I’m sure.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2022 7:59 pm 
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Happy to announce turrets and fire control directors are available for the recently released Atlantis 1/618 scale Kriegsmarine battleship Bismarck. The Atlantis kit is a re-release of the classic Monogram kit.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 10, 2022 7:23 am 
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ModelMonkey wrote:
Happy to announce turrets and fire control directors are available for the recently released Atlantis 1/618 scale Kriegsmarine battleship Bismarck. The Atlantis kit is a re-release of the classic Monogram kit.


Can anyone post a link showing kit contents or a finished model of the Atlantis/ Monagram kit.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 10, 2022 8:33 am 
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Steve wrote:
Can anyone post a link showing kit contents or a finished model of the Atlantis/ Monagram kit.


Here you go, from Scalemates.com:

https://www.scalemates.com/kits/monogra ... ck--265027

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 10, 2022 9:32 am 
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Very nice print. :thumbs_up_1:

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Thank you, Pascal!

Happy to announce we've released two new models.

1/350 scale modernized bridge for battleship USS Iowa BB-61 as it appeared circa 1989.
The model is intended to help build a modernized USS Iowa BB-61 from the Tamiya 1/350 scale USS New Jersey BB-62 or USS Missouri BB-63 (1991) kits.

1/32 scale Bristol Beaufighter mid-war Radar Operator's Station. The model features Airborne Interception Radar Mk.IV equipment and bin-fed 20 mm Hispano-Suiza cannons. The model is intended to help detail the interior of classic Revell 1/32 scale Beaufighter kits. An early Beaufighter radar operator's station, two different cockpits, dihedral tailplanes and a torpedo are also available now.


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Yamato fans! Happy to announce an accurately shaped and highly detailed primary rudder for models of Imperial Japanese Navy battleships Yamato and Musashi, and aircraft carrier Shinano, is now available in 1/350 scale and 1/200 scale.

The model's overall shape and dimensions match scaled drawings published in the 2017 edition of "Anatomy of the Ship: Battleships Yamato and Musashi" by Janusz Skulski and Stefan Draminski. The shell plating and screwhead pattern detail are consistent with Janusz Skulski's line drawings and the real Musashi rudder as it appears in modern video and photos of the wreck published by Paul G. Allen in 2015.

The model is accurately sized and shaped with extensive screwhead detailing.

Nameplates for Yamato, Musashi and Shinano are also available, 3D-printed in your choice of real metal or inexpensive, paintable acrylic.


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Happy to announce we've added Yamato, Musashi and Shinano auxiliary rudder models in 1/200 and 1/350 scales to the catalog. The real ships had two rudders, both along the centerline, a large main rudder and a smaller auxiliary rudder positioned forward of the primary rudder.

The auxiliary rudder models have been paired with primary rudder models released a few days ago. The rudders are sold together as a set.


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