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Old 04-27-2012, 03:32 PM
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thx!

sorry Alex, my english is too bad to understand what you write
-> ...on pafb and patf. ?
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Old 04-27-2012, 03:57 PM
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thx!

sorry Alex, my english is too bad to understand what you write
-> ...on pafb and patf. ?
it's simple:

"pafb" = planetarmorefacebook

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Planet...16233215118289

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"patf" = planetarmortwitterfeed

https://twitter.com/#!/planetarmor

As you can see, the Administrator (me) is taking the time to 'promote' what is here on planetarmor.com, to others on FaceBook and Twitter.

It is a "labor of love" for me.

Thank you for asking.

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Old 04-27-2012, 04:31 PM
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whaouuuuuuuuu!
it's really nice of you for putting my panther on social networks! I will be known around the world now

It's cool because you introduce many interesting adn great models.

thanks a lot again!
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Old 04-27-2012, 04:53 PM
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whaouuuuuuuuu!
it's really nice of you for putting my panther on social networks! I will be known around the world now

It's cool because you introduce many interesting adn great models.

thanks a lot again!
You are welcome.

It is my Pleasure to promote (all things) planetarmor.com

planetarmor.com is a pleasant & fun place to visit and participate in.

It is my mission to keep planetarmor.com that way.

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Cool ,back on the feifel.
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Old 04-28-2012, 05:48 PM
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Now, the overshielding of the front of the hull.

I wanted to be consistent with the turret. So I made a plate slightly offset. I preferred to do in Evergreen this time.
As I was on the front of the hull, I removed a fender and the other refined. For the mudguard missing, I made an aluminum bracket with the small holes.This part isn't paste on the hull yet.




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That is exactly the kind of tank my "Jumbofly" would encounter on the battlefields of 1946-'47
Nice work
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Old 04-29-2012, 08:16 AM
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thx Ropi!
nice work too!
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Old 04-29-2012, 04:20 PM
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next step, the design and building of the schurzen!

In the beginning, I had no clear idea how hold them to the hull. I was inspired by the PZ4 system. First job, brackets that hold the side supports. It was difficukt to do because the hull does'nt measure the same distance between front an rear. The hull has a triangular shape.
Because of that, all brackets are different. To solder this very small parts, I used solder paint. I don't kwow if someone know this product but it's easy to sold with it. Particularly small parts with a small thickness.The product I used:
http://www.anticsonline.co.uk/533_1_1399097.html

A welding station is required because it must use low temperature (188C). With this device, we can modify the temperature. The CAARS 188 seems be a kind of thick paint that contains tin dust.

Place to the pictures!









For tomorrow, the brackets on the hull fixed with tamiya tape to show you what it'll be later.

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Very nice.

Thank you for the updates.

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