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Old 03-31-2011, 08:09 AM
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T26 turret

i'm searching for good drawings ,that can be used in scratching ,of t26 early turret (that 1 only with mg armed) Any good drawings and dimensions that can hlp

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Old 03-31-2011, 10:39 AM
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i'm searching for good drawings ,that can be used in scratching ,of t26 early turret (that 1 only with mg armed) Any good drawings and dimensions that can hlp

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Dragan

Are you asking about the one that had two turrets?

http://anonymous-generaltopics.blogs...t-schemes.html


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Yes Roy but.... there is no scale that i can use to make measurements from thoose drawings :-(
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Yes Roy but.... there is no scale that i can use to make measurements from thoose drawings :-(

According to the drawings they are 1/35 but there is no scale bar.

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According to the drawings they are 1/35 but there is no scale bar.

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yea that i was saying ..no scale bar so even if i print em they r useless :-(
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yea that i was saying ..no scale bar so even if i print em they r useless :-(

Not neccessarily, you can print it out. Measure out a part that you know the actual dimensions on (such as a road wheel or hull length) and then scale it out that way. For example if you know that the T-26 road wheel has a 400mm diameter and you measure the drawing and it is 40mm then you know you have a 1/10 scale drawing (1 actual millimeter is equal to 10 scale millimeters). then all you have to do is convert it to the scale you want. The drawing can be scanned and reduced to the appropriate scale.

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tnx Roy ..that was i looking for ..some kind of dimension and rest i kno what i need 2 do . now is scratch time :-)
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