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Hi,

My present project on my work bench: a Plasser & Theurer 09-3x Track Maintenance Machine by Kibri Ref. 16050.

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Now a first look to the model of the Plasser & Theurer 09-3x Track Maintenance Machine produced by Kibri Ref. 16050




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Will this model be a runner Ayala?  I ask because I note that the wheels in the kit seem to be plastic.  I normally bin plastic wheels and replace with decent quality metal ones.  If the model will be static, I guess it doesn't matter.

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Looks a great model  - keep us updated with your progress.

I note that Kibri have a number of track maintenance vehicles - is this the first of many ?  Model 16060 look like a real challenge.



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Hi,

Indeed it will be a runner model, and for that reason I'll replace the original plastic wheels with metal wheels from ROCO recomended by Kibri as I use Märklin system. DC metal wheels works find on AC system, but the opposite will cause you a lot of problems!!!

I intend to build other Maintenance Tracks and Catenary Machines models from Kibri, because I realy love this type of equipments.

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Excellent!  A very interesting model.  I will watch with interest.

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Hi,

By the way, can you tell me the RAL reference of the yellow colour used on this 09-3x Track Maintenance Machine from Plasser & Theurer?

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Hi,

Some photos of this on going project:






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Hi,

Updated photos of this project:












 

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Nice paint work - do you use a spray or is that very neat brushwork?



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I Dave,

Thanks for you comment.

I do not have an airbrush.

All my models, (trains and modern warships at 1/700 scale) are painted with a brush.

However I use Vallejo Primer Can spray before apply the paint.

 

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For brush painting, that's brilliant Ayala. :thumbs

I assume you dilute the paint first ............:roll::roll:  How many coats does it take to get that finish ?



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Hi,

I applied 3 coats of yellow, which is a very "tricky" colour to apply.

The green parts were not painted. I have only applied a coat of matt varnish and after I painted all the hydraulics parts silver.

The same silver colour was applied to the small yellow parts, which are still fixed to the sprues, can be seen in the photos.


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Hi,

Updated photos of this project:





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Well done Ayala,  That looks really good.  Nice paint job.  :thumbs



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very nice work there!! love the colour, are you going to put any company name or logos on it for network rail or who ever?

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Hi Jim,

Actually I'm building not one but two Plasser 09-3x from Kibri.
One of them will have the logo of the Portuguese company FERGRUPO and it's for a friend.

The other one is for me and initially I had in mind to put the logo of the Spanish company COMSA:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ayalabotto/8190664948/

Both companies belong to the same Group now.


As I have in mind to buy other Kibri maintenance machines models that are operated by German companies (DB Bahnbau, etc) I thought that I might apply DB Bahnbau decals to the second 09-3x in order to have all maintenance machines from this same operator.
DB Bahnbau also operates Plasser DGS 62N (Ref. 16070), Plasser USP 2000 (Ref. 16060) or Plasser Overhead Catenary Maintenance Vehichle MTW 100 (Ref. 16082) and Kibri produces all these models.

Although I have not yet take my final decision regarding the operator of the second 09-3X, I already start creating the decals on Corel Draw for all companies and Kibri models mentioned above.
Definitely Kibri original decals are not an option here.


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Hi,

One step closer to finish this project!
My own decals produced with Corel Draw and successfully printed on a standard A4 sheet to check colours and dimensions of every single decal.


Next step: print the decals in a blank decal sheet from Colorado and apply them all one by one!

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Ayala

I'm impressed that you can design and print your own decals
Maybe when you have time you might wish to show us how it is done ! 



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Hi Dave,

Thanks for your comments.
Indeed I produce my own decals, but it really takes a hard work and lot of time.

For this model as well as for example for the "Brissoneau Diesel Locomotive Class 1200 CP (Portuguese Railways)" (photo and link below), it took me almost 2 weeks of work in the Corel Draw to create every single detail with the correct dimensions and colours.



http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=10206&forum_id=150

The decal sheet that can be seen on the above photo shows decals for other railway models produced to be applied in other models of my collection.

If you check the above photo carefully, you'll see the decals for Plasser & Theurer DGS 62 N Dynamic Track Stabiliser (Kibri 16070) of FERGRUPO and Compsa companies among others, project that is also available in the following topic:
http://yourmodelrailway.net/view_topic.php?id=10168&forum_id=150


I really need to create and share a new topic about the issue of creating our own decals!


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Hi,

Another finished project: the Plasser & Theurer 09-3x from COMSA company (Kibri 16050).





















Photos with higher resolution of the second Plasser & Theurer 09-3x I built this time from FERGRUPO company available here:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ayala-Botto-Model-Trains-Modelismo-Ferroviario-Trains-Miniatures/100140160133220#!/pages/Ayala-Botto-Model-Trains-Modelismo-Ferroviario-Trains-Miniatures/100140160133220


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