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 Post subject: Re: Model Monkey Catalog
PostPosted: Mon Nov 06, 2017 11:55 am 
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Happy to announce sets of 15 gun tubs for 3"/50 cal. mounts is now available. The tubs contain 12 interior ribs and a lip around the upper edge.

Carefully cut away or clip away any unneeded sections. 3D-printed acrylic plastic is brittle. Careful use of a very sharp hobby knife or clippers is recommended.

For 1/700:
Diameter: 8.7mm
Height: 2mm
Splinter shield thickness: 0.3mm

1/700: http://shpws.me/PbLw
1/350: http://shpws.me/PbN3


Here is the set in 1/700:


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 08, 2017 6:10 am 
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Wow! I need some tubs to convert my Gallery Intrepid CVA-11 kit from the 1968 ish era it is modeled in to a 1957 SCB-125 ship. Way Cool Steve!! :woo_hoo:


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 09, 2017 9:30 pm 
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Just got my anchors from Shapeways! Bravo Zulu! They are great Steve! :thumbs_up_1: :thumbs_up_1: :thumbs_up_1:


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 5:46 am 
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Thank you Mark and Mardis! More designs coming.

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Catalogs of over 1900 designs for scale modelers:
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3D-printed Shapeways' white acrylic - https://modelmonkey.wixsite.com/modelmonkey


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 6:45 pm 
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I received Steve's very nice Quincy/Vincennes funnels yesterday in both 1/700 and 1/350 scales and they are very nice. Great replacement for the 1/700 Trumpeter funnels which were not changed in the Quincy/Vincennes kits from the other ships of the class. Great job Steve and thank you for doing them.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 12:40 pm 
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Thank you so much, Frank! Your patronage and comments are hugely appreciated.

And more good news for 1/700 scale fans like yourself:

Happy to announce a set of four 14"/50 cal. turrets for New Mexico class battleships is now available in the divine scale. Other scales are possible.

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Link: http://shpws.me/Pd0c


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2017 5:10 pm 
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The 1/700 Intrepid Island arrived today. :woo_hoo: What a nice piece of art work! :thumbs_up_1:

It looks quite nice perched on top of the Ships & Co. SCB-125 Intrepid. Well done Steve!

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 4:52 pm 
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Thanks so much, Mark! Hope the island is a big help.

In other news, New Mexico class battleship turrets are now also available in 1/350 scale for Iron Shipwrights and 1/426 scale for Revell conversions (1/429 true scale).

1/350 scale: http://shpws.me/PdjK
1/426 scale: http://shpws.me/Pdaq


The New Mexico class turrets are not the same as Tennessee class turrets. Although the gunhouses are essentially the same, the armored rangefinders are entirely different.


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3D-printed Shapeways' white acrylic - https://modelmonkey.wixsite.com/modelmonkey
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 1:28 pm 
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Calling all 1/800 scale Forrestal class fans! Two different, accurate USS Saratoga CV-60 islands and 5"/54 cal. "Frog-Eye" mounts (turrets) are now available for your Arii and Micro Ace kits.

1958 island: http://shpws.me/PdQa
1970-1975 island: http://shpws.me/PdPY
5"/54 cal. Double-dome "Frog-Eye" Mounts: http://shpws.me/PdQv


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Catalogs of over 1900 designs for scale modelers:
3D-printed gray resin (best material!) - https://www.model-monkey.com/
3D-printed Shapeways' white acrylic - https://modelmonkey.wixsite.com/modelmonkey


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1/800 island is nice as well as the frog eyes. Just order my Kitty Hawk kit for Indy. Hope your island in 1/350 comes after New Years. That's when I start on her.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 19, 2017 6:34 am 
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Nice work Steve!

I did some research and it appears that the 1958 Saratoga Island will work for a Ranger or Indy up to the late 60's. Neither Indy or Ranger got the flat stack but retained the angled stack. They also appear to have simiar layouts for the Pri Fly Bridge. Forrestal was different so it requires more mods.

I have also been thinking about a 1/350 Kitty Hawk to do Ranger. Only the hull is useful for the Forrestal's. However, if you get a JFK and combine the rest of the KH Kit with a JFK kit, you can make an America. Pretty expensive kit bashing though!

Are the sponsons for the Forrestal's on the hit parade for the new year? I have a 1/700 Fujimi Conny being targeted for a 1/700 Ranger Conversion.

Thanks Again Steve!!

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 19, 2017 3:48 pm 
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Hi Mark,

Yes, the 1958 Saratoga island is more similar to Ranger and Independence than Forrestal up to about 1964 and could be used for models of those ships, too, during those early years. Arguably, the most noticeable difference between the three islands during those years is the shape and extent of the forward battle lookout station above the navigating bridge, forward of the funnel cap. Other differences are much less noticeable. Sometime about 1964-1965, the islands received modifications that begin to make them very noticeably different.

Sponsons are still a possibility for early 2018. Thanks for loaning me the Italeri kit parts for study!

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3D-printed Shapeways' white acrylic - https://modelmonkey.wixsite.com/modelmonkey


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 26, 2017 11:36 pm 
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Mardis Hall, today is your day:

Happy to announce an island for the Forrestal class aircraft carrier USS Independence CVA-62 as it appeared circa 1965-1971 is now available in 1/350 scale.

http://shpws.me/Pfn4


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3D-printed Shapeways' white acrylic - https://modelmonkey.wixsite.com/modelmonkey
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Tonkin Gulf Fleet has gotten Bigger! :big_grin: :thumbs_up_1:


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2017 5:39 pm 
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Happy to announce sets of cannons for 19th century warships are being designed. First design complete is the Royal Navy Blomefield 32-pounder long-pattern Cannon. This weapon was fit to ships-of-the-line such as 104-gun HMS Victory and 74-gun HMS Bellona. Victory carried 30 of these weapons at Trafalgar. Bellona carried 28. The design features King George monograms. Other scales are possible.

1/100 scale (for Heller and Corel, set of 6): http://shpws.me/PgBb
1/146 scale (for Revell, set of 8 ): http://shpws.me/PgDQ
1/180 scale (for Airfix, set of 8 ): http://shpws.me/PgDd


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3D-printed gray resin (best material!) - https://www.model-monkey.com/
3D-printed Shapeways' white acrylic - https://modelmonkey.wixsite.com/modelmonkey


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The second 19th Century cannon design is complete. Happy to announce Carron 1805-pattern 32-pounder Carronades are now available for your USS Constitution and USS United States kits.

These accurate, 1805-pattern models are intended to replace the incorrect 1840s-pattern carronade (actually an erroneous "gunnade") type often found in model kits which have a different shape, most noticeably, the shape of the breech (more properly called the "cascabel"). Even the carronades that appear on the real USS Constitution today are actually 1840-pattern "gunnades"!* It is likely that US Navy warships built prior to the War of 1812, such as USS Constitution, had carronades that were indistinguishable from the British "Carron 1805-pattern" guns. These 3D-printed models accurately capture the features and dimensions of the Carron 1805-pattern carronade including its unusual stepped bore.

1/96 scale, set of 8: http://shpws.me/PgKb
1/146 scale, set of 24: http://shpws.me/PgN1
1/192 scale, set of 24 (some Revell boxings erroneously state 1/196 scale): http://shpws.me/PgLn


Royal Navy 1805-pattern carronades with King George monograms will be released shortly.

*Gunnades and 1840-pattern American-made cannonades have a semi-spherical breech (cascobel).


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Catalogs of over 1900 designs for scale modelers:
3D-printed gray resin (best material!) - https://www.model-monkey.com/
3D-printed Shapeways' white acrylic - https://modelmonkey.wixsite.com/modelmonkey


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 01, 2017 10:20 pm 
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Here's the Carron 1805-pattern 32-pounder Carronade with King George monogram, appropriate for many Royal Navy warships and merchantman, too. (But not Victory, her carronades were whopping 68-pounders).

1/100 scale, set of 8 (for Corel, etc.): http://shpws.me/PgMg


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Catalogs of over 1900 designs for scale modelers:
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3D-printed Shapeways' white acrylic - https://modelmonkey.wixsite.com/modelmonkey
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Okay, all Old Ironsides fans! A set of US Navy 24-pounder long guns is now available.

1/96 scale: http://shpws.me/PgVu
1/146 scale: http://shpws.me/PgVN


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These models represent "British model" 9.5' long 24-pounder cannons that are likely to have been fit to the early US Navy's famous frigates USS Constitution, USS United States, and USS President.

American ships of the time are known to have carried a mix of 24-pounders. According to noted naval historian Howard I Chapelle, British guns were often employed on American ships because, "There was in addition the old trouble of getting the proper guns manufactured. The 24-pounders of the Federal Navy were not the same in model, weight and dimension in all of the ships carrying them. Some of the guns were on the British model, some were fortification cannon, and some were made on what was intended to be the standard model....The long guns and carronades followed the British pattern rather closely but had less windage and fired a slightly heavier shot."*


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Pleased to announce custom nameplates in real metal are now being updated to include a decorative nautical rope border. Requests for custom names are gladly accepted. Various font types may be printable. Here's how the nameplate for USS Enterprise CV-6 looks in brass with lettering in arial font:

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Link to Enterprise nameplate: http://shpws.me/PheH

Nameplates are available in acrylic plastic or the following real metals:

Brass
Silver
Bronze
14k Gold plated
14k Rose-gold plated
18k Gold plated
Rhodium plated

Product measures 71.2 mm x 11.25 mm (2.8" x 0.44").

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Catalogs of over 1900 designs for scale modelers:
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3D-printed Shapeways' white acrylic - https://modelmonkey.wixsite.com/modelmonkey


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Happy to announce a 1/700 scale early "short-bridge" Essex class island is now available for your 1943-1944 Essex class models.

Link: http://shpws.me/PiP7
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Features:

- fully assembled
- scaled dimensions match official US Navy Booklet of General Plans drawings for USS Antietam CV-36 with details adjusted to match 1943-1944 photos of USS Essex CV-9, USS Yorktown CV-10, USS Intrepid CV-11, USS Hornet CV-12, and USS Lexington CV-16, as well as scaled drawings by John Roberts appearing in "Anatomy of the Ship: The Aircraft Carrier Intrepid"
- accurately shaped, detailed and positioned doors of three different types with chevron-shaped rain deflector detail (most doors are positioned open)
- accurately sized and positioned open portholes with rigol ("eyebrow") details
- accurately shaped decks and catwalks
- deck supporting structure details accurately positioned as confirmed by photos of the real ships
- open battle lookouts
- subtly curved funnel caps
- open uptakes completely through the island, with correct bend in rear uptake
- open flag lockers
- accurate exterior cabling detail
- Bofors tubs spent shell casing chutes
- formation lights on searchlight platform splinter shield
- funnel access scuttle
- exterior steam pipes for ship's whistles
- starboard-side incinerator pipe
- venturi (wind deflector) on air defense deck splinter shield
- subtle, raised locator discs on decks and platforms to aid on the placement of 40mm Bofors mounts, 20mm Oerlikon guns and searchlights (Bofors, Oerlikons and searchlights are not included)
- integrated tripod mast with ship's bell


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Catalogs of over 1900 designs for scale modelers:
3D-printed gray resin (best material!) - https://www.model-monkey.com/
3D-printed Shapeways' white acrylic - https://modelmonkey.wixsite.com/modelmonkey


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