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PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2011 12:03 pm 
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So what about us 1/350 dio guys :)


This should make you happy: http://www.shipmodels.info/mws_forum/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=77179


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A more modern 1:700 dockside crane (circa 1950s) from BJ Modelbau: https://shop.modellmarine.de/product_info.php?products_id=418


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1st_combat_comm wrote:
So what about us 1/350 dio guys :)


This should make you happy: http://www.shipmodels.info/mws_forum/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=77179


And this modern dockside crane and dockside clutter in 1:350 scale: https://shop.modellmarine.de/index.php?cPath=26_28_61


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2012 9:29 am 
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Daniel Jones used to publish a quarterly mag called Plastic Ship Modeler. In one of the issues was an article about building a flooting drydock in 1/350 scale. I beleive it was written by Ray Bean. There may have been other diorama info but it was all scratchbuild.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 08, 2012 9:55 am 
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Hey,

regarding 1:350 dockyard stuff, I like to remind you that Imai had, way back in the eighties, a set of three small ships for a harbor setting, indeed called a 'harbor set''.

It consisted of a harbor tug 'Sir John Hall', a tug that was employed in real life by the port authority of Aden. Also included were a 'Brandlmayr' motor cruiser, and an 'Irwin 52' sailing ketch.

The set is 2nd hand available on Ebay, on and off.


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trouble is, people often get carried away with themselves, you're asking where you can buy them from ? Have a look on ebay, also on WEM site and others, you'll find etch, plastic and resin, castles in 1-700 and 1-350 and trees and other stuff on the railroad sites, cut them down and make scale trees from them.
So many times you're see something wonderful displayed and not a sniff at where you can buy them from, people here bend over backwards to help, but you'll have to ask what you want rather then what you would like.
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1st_combat_comm wrote:
So what about us 1/350 dio guys :)


Alliance Modelworks just released self-propelled cranes and a tug in 1:350: http://www.freetimehobbies.com/AMNW35055.aspx

BJ Modellbau just released a German floating crane in 1:350: http://www.freetimehobbies.com/BJM35001.aspx


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1st_combat_comm wrote:
So what about us 1/350 dio guys :)


This Canadian company has shipyard buildings, fuel tanks and wharfs in 1:350 scale:

http://www.resinshipyard.com/pages/kit_pages/jetty.html


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Some nice new 1/700 Dockyard Stuff:

http://www.battlefleetmodels1.com/id76.html

And some not so new:

http://www.battlefleetmodels1.com/id14.html

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Maarten Schönfeld wrote:
Hey,

regarding 1:350 dockyard stuff, I like to remind you that Imai had, way back in the eighties, a set of three small ships for a harbor setting, indeed called a 'harbor set''.

It consisted of a harbor tug 'Sir John Hall', a tug that was employed in real life by the port authority of Aden. Also included were a 'Brandlmayr' motor cruiser, and an 'Irwin 52' sailing ketch.

The set is 2nd hand available on Ebay, on and off.

I wish i could get my hads on this set. I've been looking for just this set for years. These were awesome.

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Black Dog, a manufacturer in the Czech Republic, has recently released a number of dockyard/harbor accessories:

http://www.blackdog.cz/s700.html


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D-Boy wrote:
Black Dog, a manufacturer in the Czech Republic, has recently released a number of dockyard/harbor accessories:

http://www.blackdog.cz/s700.html


I have expressed my personal opinion of the Black Dog 1/700 accessories. I think they are more useful as 1/350 accessories.

http://www.shipmodels.info/mws_forum/viewtopic.php?f=85&t=154325

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News of a 1:350 building offering from Battlefleet Models: viewtopic.php?f=16&t=154322


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New shipyard offerings for 1:700 IJN fans, from a company called Kamizukuri:

BB-class graving dock, buildings, and cranes, including ocean-base. $55.00 US.

HC-class graving docks, buildings, and cranes, including ocean-base. $44.00 US.

DD-class graving dock, buildings and cranes, including ocean base. $32.00 US.

In total, a much wide range of cranes, buildings and graving dock sizes than has been available before.

Cranes and buildings are also sold separately, pricing in the $5.00 - $8.00 range, US.

Material appears to be laser cut wood/paper.

Great overview and detailed photos here: http://www.kamizukuri.jp/koushou.jpg


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Modern dockyard crane in PE from Five Star Models in 1:700:

http://www.ebay.com.sg/itm/Five-Star-Model-1-700-700057-Giant-Travelling-Gantry-Crane-w-Double-Lever-Jib-/181457800563


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1st_combat_comm wrote:
So what about us 1/350 dio guys :)


Here are some newly-released 1:350 scale dockside buildings: http://www.shipmodels.info/mws_forum/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=157522


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D-Boy wrote:
New shipyard offerings for 1:700 IJN fans, from a company called Kamizukuri:

BB-class graving dock, buildings, and cranes, including ocean-base. $55.00 US.

HC-class graving docks, buildings, and cranes, including ocean-base. $44.00 US.

DD-class graving dock, buildings and cranes, including ocean base. $32.00 US.

In total, a much wide range of cranes, buildings and graving dock sizes than has been available before.

Cranes and buildings are also sold separately, pricing in the $5.00 - $8.00 range, US.

Material appears to be laser cut wood/paper.

Great overview and detailed photos here: http://www.kamizukuri.jp/koushou.jpg


Just a note - these are "papercraft" kits, made from bonded paper. They assemble best with superglue/CE, but be accurate about your joinery, because it sets quickly!
Water-based glues that some use for PE assembly distort the paper (which eventually returns to near-form). Will post some pictures at some point.


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http://www.shipmodels.info/mws_forum/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=159303

The above thread from Manufacturers Section details plans for new cranes and dockyard accessories in 1:700 and 1:350.


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