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 Posted: Sat Jan 29th, 2011 04:24 pm
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Well Sol,
           not only most of the forum watching this,but the actual designer of the kit!!
........So,no pressure then???
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Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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 Posted: Sat Jan 29th, 2011 07:12 pm
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Why are we waiting oh why are we waiting :mutley

Finger out Ron i saw the thread and i thought wish i could have one of them so i looked and i can on Platform 3!

Looking forward to it, i am still sat on the fence between plasticard and scalescenes and Doug has helped me prevent errors and i have just invested in a new printer.

Down to you now Ron.

As John B says no pressure!

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 Posted: Sat Jan 29th, 2011 09:07 pm
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Yes I agree,  there is no pressure but since I got it all the pages printed, after an Op session, improvements in the way the layout  is operated became evident so I have been doing that.

But today being a low 40C day ( and tomorrow), I will be staying inside so card is being collected & a slow start will commence. Note - I said a SLOW start

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Have you started yet, Ron?



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Sol wrote: . Note - I said a SLOW start


Yes, getting fans & coolers organised.

 Currently at 8AM. 30.5C & rising  & where I live will get to over 43.

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Didn't even reach 43F here.
Struggled to 3C.



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One group of members are cooking the other group are freezing, my railway room just would not warm up today. Cold hands and a pin hammer not a good combination!

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You have my sympathy Ron, we were in Petermac's part of the world for summer jollies and it was touching 40, Mrs W and i weren't happy bunnies. We were out driving just for the benefit of the aircon..just doing my bit for global warming and even hotter summers!

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before I really get started, I have to clear off my card table which is used for builds of this nature.

Currently on the table is this jigsaw , one of 4 given to me by one of my sons.




nearly 20"/ 50cms - to be glued to 4mm MDF, spray varnished & hung up in my layout room.

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That looks good Sol - and at least you don't have to worry about only finding 3 corner pieces !!!!

Any chance you could send 10 of your surplus degrees over here ?  Added to what we've got, we'd still only be half what you'd have  left.  Odd that considering you're only just down a bit and round a bit from my house ..............:lol::lol::lol::lol:



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I have sent 15c degrees up to you Peter- leaving me with 20 which is ideal in my book.
Now back to the jigsaw glueing.

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Jigsaw glued, after dry, spray matt varnish & hang it up.
Now to the goods shed SLOWLY it goes.

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It's 28C/82F in Melbourne park. 'OwdidIno ?

'Cos Shelagh is watching the tennis, first time the TV has been on in this house in the morning since the last Royal Wedding.


HHmm, I wondered why she asked me to make a curry yesterday to put in the 'fridge' to have today instead of the usual roast and three!


Bl$$dy cunning, these wimmin!

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The SLOW start

my table with the bits required to build the shed



done some ends & one side wall. To give some relief to the flat wall, I printed more sheets & got the arched brickwork above doors & windows to make them standout - granted just two paper thickness. On the opposite side, I may try 3 thicknesses.









a bit outa focus - did it in the lounge and a bit darkish.


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Deceptively 3D, Ron.
Good start.



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Like DD said, a good start.

See if your printer will take 160gm/m2 white card [most do] for your added thickness items?


Onward and upward as the proctologist said...

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 So far, so good Ron. Not far to go now and it will be almost not quite nearly finished :doublethumb



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Its like watching paint dry this build :mutley.

Nice so far Ron, you done any more yet/

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Hello Ron,
Just keep-on keeping-on, mate. :thumbs Your Lay-out at your speed. Looking good, so far, but it's a shame about these impatient-people  :It's a no no(Hello Phill how are you?) :lol:
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Don't let them get to you, Ron! :roll: :mutley:mutley You'll do it in your own good time and we''ll just watch and enjoy. :thumbs

Cereal packet is very useful card to incorporate into models, but  often needs several thicknesses glued together for strength and rigidity. How thick is the card that you will use to form the main walls?

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