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 Posted: Sun Mar 4th, 2018 05:33 pm
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Rob Pulham
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Alongside creation of the motion plate, I had to prepare the slide bars and make the cross heads fit.

Once I had them running nice and smooth and having test fitted them in the motion plate,  I detailed them with the very prominent oil pots on the tops. Made from spare etch and nickel rod

I am not sure why but these proved and absolute pain to take photos of...






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 Posted: Sun Mar 4th, 2018 05:59 pm
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Well, I would have thought taking the pictures are the least of your problems.  I really like to come up with solutions for scratchbuilding details.  Great stuff. :doublethumb

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Hi Rob,
Another ardent admirer here, that is lovely work you are doing. 'Proper' modelling of very high order!
Cheers,
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 Posted: Wed Mar 28th, 2018 09:26 pm
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Rob Pulham
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Although there hasn't been much to share, work has been progressing on the J6.

We now have all the springs attached to the frame. Initially I though to have the centre springs removable and the for and aft ones just soldered on but in the end I drilled and tapped them all 12ba so they are all removable should the need arise.










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 Posted: Wed Mar 28th, 2018 09:27 pm
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Rob Pulham
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Thanks John.



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This is shaping up very nicely! You're a dab hand at soldering



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