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PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2018 1:12 pm 
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USS Hornet CVS-12 islands are now available in 1/530 and 1/500 scale, too.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2018 1:53 pm 
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Wheels and Pedestals for larger scale models of 18th and 19th Century ships are now available.

For USS Constitution, USS United States and USS President:

1/76 scale (for Model Shipways, etc.): http://shpws.me/PK7y
1/96 scale (for Revell, etc.): http://shpws.me/PHGe

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For Royal Navy ships of the line such as HMS Victory, HMS Vanguard, HMS Bellona, etc.:
1/64 scale (for Caldercraft, etc.): http://shpws.me/PH2A
1/72 scale (for Amati and Caldercraft, etc.): http://shpws.me/PH2u
1/84 scale (for Artesania Latina and DeAgostini Modelspace, etc.): http://shpws.me/PH28
1/96 scale: http://shpws.me/PH2s
1/100 scale (for Corel and Heller, etc.): http://shpws.me/PH7Q

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For Royal Navy and US Navy frigates, brigs, sloops, etc., such as HMS Surprise, HMS Diana, USS Syren and HMS Bounty and HMS Endeavor, etc.:
1/48 scale (for Artesania Latina and Lindberg, etc.): http://shpws.me/PH6X
1/64 scale (for Caldercraft and Modelshipways, etc.): http://shpws.me/PH5a
1/72 scale: http://shpws.me/PH4F
1/84 scale: http://shpws.me/PH46
1/96 scale: http://shpws.me/PH3P

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2018 2:37 pm 
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And one more, whopping 68-pounder carronades for HMS Victory, complete with King George monograms.

Models are available in several popular scales.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 2:58 am 
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Do you think that is possible to print carronades and other guns of the time around 1800 in 1/700?

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 10:10 am 
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Hi Lars,

Unfortunately, the cannons and carronades are not printable by Shapeways in 1/700 scale.

Shapeways' minimum diameter requirement for printing is 0.6 mm. An object smaller than that will likely be damaged or destroyed during cleaning and handling at the factory. In 1/700 scale, the narrowest diameter of of the barrel of a larger cannon like a 24-pounder, for example, is ~0.48 mm, too small to meet the 0.6 mm printing requirement. The trunnion diameter is less than 0.2 mm and the barrel wall thickness is also only about 0.2 mm at its narrowest point. This means that even if the cannons and carronades could be printed, they would have to be designed solid and without any detail like trunnions or buttons (the knob at the breech) in order to survive cleaning and handling at the factory.

If they could be printed in 1/700 scale, being about 1/2 mm in diameter, they would probably be very difficult to handle easily by the typical modeler.

I think the smallest practical scale for printing 1800-ish cannons and carronades is something like 1/200 scale.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 10:38 am 
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Thank you for the reply! For sure details would be lost, but if even the diameter of a 24 pounder is too small, the only alternative are brass barrels - or carve some from plastic. I was only asking because I would like to scratch built some ships of that period - not projects to be done soon, but for sure they will be done. The models already built have mainly plastic gun barrels.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2018 11:19 am 
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When you are ready, I will make cannons for you that are bigger than 0.6 mm in diameter!

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Thank you very much! Do you thought about the 1860s and 1870s guns? E.g. Wampanoag had 60 pounder and 9 in guns, Trenton hat 11 in guns. Also still only ideas, but I hope that I will get better plans of these ships.

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Congratulations to Paul Allen and his team in discovering the wreck of USS Lexington CV-2!

Previously to the publishing of video and photos of the wreck, 3D-printed round-end 1.1" "Chicago Piano" splinter shields were available in 1/700 and 1/350 scale. The 3D designs were based on Pearl Harbor Navy Yard plans. Now that we know with certainty that the PHNY drawings accurately capture the correct shape of the splinter shields' round-ends, I've integrated the splinter shield products with the existing 3D-printed Lexington island and funnel products in 1/700 scale and 1/350 scale.

A set of splinter shields is also available separately.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 18, 2018 6:33 pm 
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Sailing warship fans! Here are some renderings to help with painting cannons and carronades. The wooden components of carriages and skeads were sometimes painted other colors such as red and yellow ocher, even green or blue. Check your references to know which colors are correct for the ship you are modeling.


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For 19th Century sailing ship fans, a "Brodie" galley stove is now available in larger scales for US Navy and Royal Navy ships such as USS Constitution and HMS Victory.

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 30, 2018 7:33 pm 
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Happy to announce sets of Mk.38 directors in their original 6-sided shield configuration are available for early fast battleships.

Mk.38 directors of 7-sided and modernized 1990s configuration are also available in several popular scales.


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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

Just order this today! Getting plans in 1/350 is the next step.


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2018 3:57 pm 
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Thanks, Mardis! I hope you will be thrilled with your new island! Can't wait to see you begin the build. Forrestals rock.

In other news, I'll be posting some renderings of the USS Pennsylvania BB-38 (1945) superstructure today as it nears completion. I regret it has taken far longer than expected to research and design. It is one of the more challenging designs I've done so far. But I hope you'll find that it is well worth the wait. Thanks to Chad Queen, Martin Quinn and Gabriel Djinn for superb references (excellent 2D plans, a host of hi-res photos, and loaning me a Dragon 1/700 kit).

To those who have been patiently waiting for it, thanks!

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ModelMonkey wrote:
Thanks, Mardis! I hope you will be thrilled with your new island! Can't wait to see you begin the build. Forrestals rock.

In other news, I'll be posting some renderings of the USS Pennsylvania BB-38 (1945) superstructure today as it nears completion. I regret it has taken far longer than expected to research and design. It is one of the more challenging designs I've done so far. But I hope you'll find that it is well worth the wait. Thanks to Chad Queen, Martin Quinn and Gabriel Djinn for superb references (excellent 2D plans, a host of hi-res photos, and loaning me a Dragon 1/700 kit).

To those who have been patiently waiting for it, thanks!

Can't wait to see the finished product for the Pennsylvania's superstructure. Will those funky shaped 20mm gun tubs between the 5"/38 twin mounts be on the product?


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Thanks, Bio!

Here you go. In 1945, the tubs between the 5" mounts were occupied by Mk.57 directors.

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Thanks, Mardis! Really looking forward to your build!

In other news, and for those that enjoy a wingy-thing, especially the exciting new Revell 1/32 scale aircraft models, I am very happy to announce hollow, 3D-printed Merlin engine exhausts, optimized to fit the new-tool Revell P-51D-5 kit, are now available. They can be adapted for other 1/32 scale Merlin-powered Mustang kits.

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Happy to announce that over the next week or so, 3D-printed superstructure and funnel models are being released to help convert your USS Arizona BB-39 kit to sistership USS Pennsylvania BB-38 as the ship appeared from June, 1945 (the ship's final wartime appearance). Thanks to all who have been patiently waiting for these models!

The models are available in several popular scales.

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Thanks to Chad Queen, Martin Quinn and Gabriel Djinn who provided authoritative references and advice.


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