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 Topic: Hazelwood Models - GWR Pollen C - Assembly & Shackles
Hazelwood Models - GWR Pollen C - Assembly & Shackles [message #86386] Wed, 19 March 2014 03:24 UTC
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As with the Coral C, the sprue is FUD and brittle. It should be constantly
warmed in hand hot water while working on it. The sprue should be placed
on a flat surface to separate with a sharp blade, as per the instructions. for
the Coral A.

Dapol pin point 8-spoke axle/wheel sets must be trimmed flush for fitting; as too
the centre polythene boss. Check free running of axles before attaching springs/axlebox
detail. The model is not designed to take pinpoint axle cups set in the FUD material: with
such fine detail it is not a practical option.
.
NEM boxes are on stalks to allow for optional couplings, and must be trimmed off and reattached
if they are the option chosen.

Following an article in Model Rail #193 some confusion has arisen
on placing the Shackle

There were 3 pairs of GWR Pollen C to drawing A4 built 1905-1906:-
48903/4
48983/4 (1)
48985/6 (2)(3)

In (1) there are no Shackles shown in a photograph dated 1908
and in (3) during the building of Snow Hill Station, Birmingham.

Shackles are however mounted on the same wagon pair in (2)

It is intended the shackle should be attached to the Frames sides
index.php?t=getfile&id=54621&private=0

The Shackles are located, marked in red, on each sprue and can
be mounted either to stick out, or hang down.
index.php?t=getfile&id=54627&private=0

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(1) Plate 45 - "GWR Goods Wagons", Atkins, Beard, Tourret
(2) Plates 111,112,113 - "A Pictorial Record of GWR Wagons", J.H.Russell.
(3) http://www.warwickshirerailways.com/gwr/gwrbsh1644.htm

[Updated on: Thu, 20 March 2014 04:43 UTC]

 Topic: Ersatz MkII Instructions
Ersatz MkII Instructions [message #86312] Mon, 17 March 2014 11:12 UTC
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 Topic: instruction SALAM doll
instruction SALAM doll [message #86212] Fri, 14 March 2014 09:12 UTC
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 Topic: Instructions U-man figures
Instructions U-man figures [message #86199] Thu, 13 March 2014 21:26 UTC
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Here are the instructions for the assembly of the U-man toys:

 Topic: 1/16 and 1/12 FUD alter ego dolls/ instructions
1/16 and 1/12 FUD alter ego dolls/ instructions [message #86184] Thu, 13 March 2014 18:00 UTC
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Here are the instructions to build these dolls, just unzip and you will get a pdf. Please take a look before buying, this is your best warranty as there's no photoshop on the pictures. Thank you.

 Topic: Assembly: 01-GDT "Crusader"
Assembly: 01-GDT "Crusader" [message #85911] Fri, 07 March 2014 03:42 UTC
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Assembly: 01-GDT Crusader

How to Assemble the "01-GDT Crusader" Figure.

Step 1: Assemble the Front Treads.
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/01-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly%2001-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly1_zpse4fa7a9f.jpg
Repeat for the Left side. Ensure the triangle on the tread is positioned accordingly.

Step 2: Assemble the Arms.
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/01-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly%2001-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly2_zpsaaa382e8.jpg
Repeat for the Left Arm.

Step 3: Assemble the Rear Treads.
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/01-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly%2001-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly3_zps5fe402a7.jpg
Repeat for the Left side. Ensure the triangle on the tread is positioned accordingly.

Step 4: Assemble the Lower Legs
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/01-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly%2001-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly4_zps1b5530b5.jpg
Repeat for the Left Leg.


Step 5: Assemble the Legs
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/01-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly%2001-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly5_zpsc38b1af7.jpg
Repeat for the Left Leg.


Step 6: Rotate the Treads
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/01-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly%2001-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly6_zpse0cb96f9.jpg
Connect the Treads to the Leg as indicated. Repeat for the Left Leg.


Step 7: Attach the Limbs to the Body
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/01-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly%2001-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly7_zpsbbd6d7d9.jpg


Step 8: Attach the Head and Backplate
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/01-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly%2001-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly8_zps03c9d3b4.jpg
Ensure Backplate is attached in the position shown. It is designed to allow the sockets to slot into the Body.


Step 9: Attach the Drills
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/01-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly%2001-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly9_zpsaac25f23.jpg


Step 10: Complete!
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/01-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly%2001-GDT%20Crusader/Assembly10_zps50cae7dd.jpg


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 Topic: Dennis Horla Tractor
Dennis Horla Tractor [message #85791] Tue, 04 March 2014 14:26 UTC
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1. Clear any loose material left over from the manufacturing process,especially from between the double skins. If the cab sides show some fine ridges you may wish to fill & sand them before going any further.
2. Drill holes in wings to accept sidelights. Fix sidelights in place. (Spare headlights & sidelights are included)
3. Clean model
4. Paint (both enamel & acrylic are OK) model inside & outside..
5. Measure glazing & cut to size .( I use 15thou glazing) Fix in place .All windows are inserted from the top. Side windows need some careful sizing & manoeuvering !
6. Fit any cab interior detail required.
7. Glue cab roof in place (epoxy recommended)
8. Fit axles ( 2mm dia.), wheels & tyres of your choice.
9. Add any exterior detail required.

[Updated on: Tue, 04 March 2014 14:26 UTC]

 Topic: 02-ASV "Recon": Assembly
02-ASV "Recon": Assembly [message #85611] Fri, 28 February 2014 13:10 UTC
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Assembly: 02-ASV Recon

How to Assemble the "02-ASV Recon" Figure.

Step 1: Assemble the Arms
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/02-ASV%20Recon/Assembly%2002-ASV%20Recon/Assembly1_zps4c592b7c.jpg
Repeat for the Left Arm.


Step 2: Assemble the Legs
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/02-ASV%20Recon/Assembly%2002-ASV%20Recon/Assembly2_zpscdcf818a.jpg
Repeat for the Left Leg. Each Foot has an indent which should be on the outside of the Leg.


Step 3: Assemble the Torso
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/02-ASV%20Recon/Assembly%2002-ASV%20Recon/Assembly3X_zps86cf7658.jpg


Step 4: Attach the Wings
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/02-ASV%20Recon/Assembly%2002-ASV%20Recon/Assembly4_zps3c1cf098.jpg


Step 5: Attach the Limbs and Head
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/02-ASV%20Recon/Assembly%2002-ASV%20Recon/Assembly5_zps3f9f44c2.jpg


Step 6: Complete!
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/2014%20Robots/02-ASV%20Recon/Assembly%2002-ASV%20Recon/Assembly6_zps4d343e6e.jpg


-Treadshot A1

[Updated on: Sun, 02 March 2014 13:22 UTC]

 Topic: 1/6 scale alter ego doll kit
1/6 scale alter ego doll kit [message #84687] Mon, 10 February 2014 19:55 UTC
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Here is a small pdf file expalining how this doll is meant to be assembled:

 Topic: Hazelwood Models - GWR Pollen E - Assembly
Hazelwood Models - GWR Pollen E - Assembly [message #84047] Wed, 29 January 2014 17:22 UTC
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Instructions for a complete build of the GWR Pollen E are available
and start about half way down this page -

http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/51212-litt le-didcot/page-21

Movement to mirror the prototype turntables is provided in the model and it is not
necessary to make the changes in the article.

General assembly can be followed for the older version GWR Pollen C model.

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[Updated on: Fri, 07 February 2014 19:53 UTC]

 Topic: 1/6 scale alter ego assembly instructions
1/6 scale alter ego assembly instructions [message #83170] Tue, 14 January 2014 16:17 UTC
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index.php?t=getfile&id=49485&private=0
index.php?t=getfile&id=49486&private=0
index.php?t=getfile&id=49488&private=0
index.php?t=getfile&id=49490&private=0

 Topic: Hazelwood Models - GWR CORAL A - Handling, Separating the Sprue Parts & Assembly.
Hazelwood Models - GWR CORAL A - Handling, Separating the Sprue Parts & Assembly. [message #82473] Fri, 03 January 2014 05:52 UTC
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Always support the model by the side frames while cleaning..

This Sprue is printed in FUD and must be kept at hand hot water temperature while working on it.

The picture shows two red lines suggested for the initial cuts either side of the buffers. Support the
whole sprue on a flat cutting surface while doing this. Avoid fracturing from wedging the items apart.
index.php?t=getfile&id=48661&private=0

There should be 4 each of buffers held on the cross, and spring/axlebox detail. Within the cross of the sprue
are the two Brake Handles.

It is then a matter of carefully trimming back to the locating pins,

Dapol pin point 8-spoke axle/wheel sets must be trimmed flush for fitting; as too the centre polythene boss.
Check free running of axles before attaching springs/axlebox detail. The model is not designed to take pinpoint axle
cups set in the FUD material: with such fine detail it is not a practical option.
.
NEM boxes are on stalks to allow for optional couplings, and must be trimmed off and reattached if they
are the option chosen.

To complete, a 0.5mm drill can be used to fit 0.5mm styrene rod for the brake handle linkage (Evergreen #218)

The two cross bars, can be removed when handling will not be a problem.
index.php?t=getfile&id=56107&private=0

The model is now also available in EM gauge.

hazelwoodmodels@hotmail.com
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[Updated on: Fri, 04 April 2014 16:57 UTC]

 Topic: London Transport T Class Bus
London Transport T Class Bus [message #82424] Thu, 02 January 2014 15:16 UTC
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London Transport T Class Bus


1. Clear any loose material left over from the manufacturing process,especially from between the double skins
2. Clean model.
3. Paint (both enamel & acrylic are OK) model inside & outside.. Also paint floor & seating ,if being used. NOTE:The material is fairly porous & often absorbs a lot of the first coat of paint.
4. Measure glazing & cut to size .( I use 15thou glazing) Fix in place on both cab & saloon ( Canopy glue recommended)
5. Fix drivers cab floor in place together with any interior cab detail required.
6. Fix saloon floor & seating in place ( Epoxy recommended) .Add passengers if required.
7. Glue roof in place.
8. Fit axles ( 2mm dia.), wheels & tyres of your choice.
9. Add any exterior detail required.

[Updated on: Tue, 07 January 2014 19:51 UTC]

 Topic: Alert Knight: Assembly
Alert Knight: Assembly [message #82070] Thu, 26 December 2013 15:37 UTC
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Assembly: Alert Knight

How to Assemble the "Alert Knight" Figure.

Step 1: Assemble the Legs.
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/Alert%20Knight/Assembly/1RightLegX_zpsc826066a.png
Repeat for the Left Leg. Each foot has a notch on one side, which should be on the inside of the foot.

Step 2: Assemble the Arms.
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/Alert%20Knight/Assembly/2RightArmX_zps3b06bf6a.png
Repeat for the Left Arm. The plate shown attaching to the shoulder is for the right arm, it has a protrusion above the light.
For the left arm, the plate attaching to the shoulder has a protrusion below the light.

Step 3: Attach the Limbs to the Body.
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/Alert%20Knight/Assembly/3BodyLimbsX_zps1da9b501.png

Step 4: Head and Backplate.
http://i811.photobucket.com/albums/zz31/Treadshot_A1/Alert%20Knight/Assembly/4BackplateHeadX_zpscc5ece91.png
Ensure Backplate is attached in the position shown. It is designed to be rotated during transformation using the ball joint, not opened or tilted.

Alert Knight Photobucket Gallery

Alert Knight Facebook Album

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 Topic: N Scale 4pk 20ft Coil Hoods For Gondolas
N Scale 4pk 20ft Coil Hoods For Gondolas [message #79691] Sun, 24 November 2013 05:08 UTC
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Here are the steps to take for cutting the coil hoods free of the protective framework.. The print can be purchased here: http://shpws.me/mVgg
index.php?t=getfile&id=45805&private=0
index.php?t=getfile&id=45806&private=0
index.php?t=getfile&id=45807&private=0
index.php?t=getfile&id=45808&private=0
index.php?t=getfile&id=45809&private=0

[Updated on: Sun, 24 November 2013 18:50 UTC]

 Topic: London Transport STL class bus
London Transport STL class bus [message #79599] Fri, 22 November 2013 18:51 UTC
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London Transport STL Class Bus


1. Clear any loose material left over from the manufacturing process.
2. Clean model.
3. Drill holes for passenger handrails , if being added. Paint (both enamel & acrylic are OK) model inside & outside.. Also paint floor & seating ,if being used. NOTE:The material is fairly porous & often absorbs a lot of the first coat of paint.
4. Measure glazing & cut to size .( I use 15thou glazing) Fix in place on both cab & saloon ( Canopy glue recommended)
5. Fix drivers cab floor in place together with any interior cab detail required.
6. Fix saloon floors & seating in place ( Epoxy recommended) .Add passengers if required.Add passenger handrails to platform.
7. Glue cab to saloon. The join may need filling & sanding followed by a touch up of the paint.
8. Glue roof in place.
9. Fit axles ( 1.8 or 2mm dia.), wheels & tyres of your choice.
10. Add any exterior detail required.
 Topic: Dennis Pax Gully Emptier
Dennis Pax Gully Emptier [message #78219] Tue, 05 November 2013 13:44 UTC
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1. Clear any loose material left over from the manufacturing process,especially from between the double skins. If the cab sides show some fine ridges you may wish to fill & sand them before going any further.
2. Clean model.
3. Lamps can be fitted now or left to later. Add some 0.5mm metal rod to pipework. Some holes will have to drilled for the rod.
4. Paint (both enamel & acrylic are OK) model inside & outside..
5. Measure glazing & cut to size .( I use 15thou glazing) Fix in place .All windows are inserted from the top. Side windows need some careful sizing & manoeuvering !
6. Add any interior cab detail required, before fixing cab roof ( Epoxy recommended)
7. Fix tank to chassis. Fit side "trays" to chassis. There are locators on the chassis, but fixing the "trays" with the tank in place can be tricky. The "tray" supports are quite delicate. .
8. Fix pipework to tank.Tank may need drilling to accept pipe. Pipework can also be fixed to nearside rear of cab.
9. Fit axles ( 2mm dia.), wheels & tyres of your choice.
10. Add any exterior detail required.

[Updated on: Tue, 07 January 2014 19:53 UTC]

 Topic: London Transport TD Class Bus
London Transport TD Class Bus [message #78209] Tue, 05 November 2013 08:50 UTC
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1. Clear any loose material left over from the manufacturing process,especially from between the double skins
2. Clean model.
3. Paint (both enamel & acrylic are OK) model inside & outside.. Also paint floor & seating ,if being used. NOTE:The material is fairly porous & often absorbs a lot of the first coat of paint.
4. Measure glazing & cut to size .( I use 15thou glazing) Fix in place on both cab & saloon ( Canopy glue recommended)
5. Fix drivers cab floor in place together with any interior cab detail required.
6. Fix saloon floor & seating in place ( Epoxy recommended) .Add passengers if required.
7. Glue cab to saloon. The join may need filling & sanding followed by a touch up of the paint.
8. Glue roof in place.
9. Fit axles ( 2mm dia.), wheels & tyres of your choice.
10. Add any exterior detail required.

[Updated on: Tue, 07 January 2014 19:52 UTC]

 Topic: Bristol L5G ECW Bus
Bristol L5G ECW Bus [message #78036] Sat, 02 November 2013 15:12 UTC
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1. Clear any loose material left over from the manufacturing process.
2. Clean model.
3. Paint (both enamel & acrylic are OK) model inside & outside. You may wish to fit the lamps in place first. . Also paint floor & seating ,if being used. NOTE:The material is fairly porous & often absorbs a lot of the first coat of paint.
4. Measure glazing & cut to size .( I use 15thou glazing) Fix in place on both cab & saloon ( Canopy glue recommended)
Approximate recess sizes:
Saloon 150mm x 16mm Offside
135mm x 16mm Nearside
16mm x 17mm Nearside
7.5mm x 17mm 1.5mm radius corners Entrance
36mm x 13mm 2.5mm radius corners Rear
22mm x 13mm 1.5mm radius corners Front
22mm x 13mm increasing to 16.2mm. 1.5mm radius corners Front

Cab 21 mm increasing to 23mm x 15mm. 1.5mm radius corners Nearside
22 mm increasing to 25mm x 17.5mm. 1.5mm radius corners Offside
22mm x 16.5mm Front
5. Fix drivers cab floor in place (remove strip with lamps on first) together with any interior cab detail required.
6. Fix saloon floor & seating, including bench seats, in place ( Epoxy recommended) .Add passengers if required.
7. Glue cab to saloon. NOTE: N/S Mudguard does not join saloon.
8. Glue roof in place. Fill & sand the join as necessary. Add roof strips from 15 or 20thou plastic strip. Re-paint the entire roof.
9. Fit axles ( 1.8 or 2mm dia.), wheels & tyres of your choice.
10. Add any exterior detail required.

[Updated on: Sat, 02 November 2013 16:27 UTC]

 Topic: Decals for HO scale NSWR Paybus First Series FP1
Decals for HO scale NSWR Paybus First Series FP1 [message #73230] Sun, 18 August 2013 05:59 UTC
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This is the decal sheet for the HO scale model of the NSWR Paybus First Series FP1 available in my shop.

 Topic: Window template for Lenni Teleloader
Window template for Lenni Teleloader [message #72854] Fri, 09 August 2013 14:40 UTC
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Print the attached image on transparent foil and cut it out to get the windows.
Use any image program you like to get it printed in 60x60 mm.

The model you need this for is here:
Lenni-Teleloader

 Topic: Tile Swap Puzzle - Challenges
Tile Swap Puzzle - Challenges [message #72581] Sat, 03 August 2013 13:10 UTC
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Here's a booklet with 36 challenges for the Tile Swap Puzzle that is available in my shop. Included below are four challenges from this booklet.

An easy challenge. Swapping Tile 2 and 5 can be done in five moves.
index.php?t=getfile&id=37772&private=0

The basic challenge. Change the order of all tiles (without changing the orientation of the puzzle). It requires 30 moves.
index.php?t=getfile&id=37769&private=0

The hardest challenge. It requires 38 moves
index.php?t=getfile&id=37770&private=0

A deceptively difficult challenge. Only two tiles need to change position. That should not take more than a couple of moves, right? Wrong. It cannot be done in less than 31 moves.
index.php?t=getfile&id=37771&private=0


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 Topic: Shallower Madness Sticker Template
Shallower Madness Sticker Template [message #70198] Thu, 20 June 2013 19:36 UTC
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These are PDF and DXF files of the sticker template for the Shallower Madness puzzle, available from Pitcher Puzzle's shop.

 Topic: Fracture-12 Sticker Template
Fracture-12 Sticker Template [message #69715] Wed, 12 June 2013 19:17 UTC
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These are PDF and DXF files of the sticker template for the Fracture-12 puzzle, available from Pitcher Puzzle's shop.

 Topic: Edge of Insanity Sticker Template
Edge of Insanity Sticker Template [message #69573] Mon, 10 June 2013 22:47 UTC
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These are PDF and DXF files of the sticker template for the Edge of Insanity puzzle, available from Pitcher Puzzle's shop.

[Updated on: Thu, 20 June 2013 17:23 UTC]

 Topic: Millennium Puzzle Assembly Instructions
Millennium Puzzle Assembly Instructions [message #66154] Mon, 15 April 2013 17:13 UTC
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How to assemble Millennium Puzzle:

Using superglue or a similar adhesive, glue the bottom edges of the 'Millennium Puzzle - Top' and slot it into the hole in the main Millennium Puzzle piece. Rotate 90 degress (so that the 'ledges' are now underneath the edge of the hole).

Picture guide to follow soon!
 Topic: Fractured Tetrahedron Sticker Template
Fractured Tetrahedron Sticker Template [message #62483] Wed, 20 February 2013 18:54 UTC
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These are PDF and DXF files of the sticker template for the Fractured Tetrahedron puzzle, available from Pitcher Puzzle's shop.

 Topic: Instructions to my Ziller Valley Railroad models
Instructions to my Ziller Valley Railroad models [message #61073] Wed, 30 January 2013 18:32 UTC
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Hello,

here you can find the assembling instructions for my models in the shop.
Sorry, but I made them in German only. If you may have questions, please contact me and I'll help you.

Cheers, Gerd

 Topic: Assembling The Claw
Assembling The Claw [message #60923] Mon, 28 January 2013 01:38 UTC
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IR4fPqCUeg


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 Topic: OctoCube Sticker Template
OctoCube Sticker Template [message #60723] Thu, 24 January 2013 20:28 UTC
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These are PDF and DXF files of the sticker template for the OctoCube puzzle, available from Pitcher Puzzle's shop.

 Topic: Millennium Rod Assembly Instructions
Millennium Rod Assembly Instructions [message #60163] Mon, 14 January 2013 02:49 UTC
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Instructions for assembling Millennium Rod cosplay prop follows:


Materials needed:

Sanding Paper / Kitchen Knife
Superglue
Gold Glossy Spray Paint
Black Modelling Paint


The Millennium Rod prop is very straightforward to assemble and chances are, you don't even need these instructions. But just in case you do, here we go.

The Millennium Rod is split into three models: the Top, the Bottom, and the Core. The Top and Bottom attach in the middle, and the Core serves as the... well, as the core, to maintain strength and prevent the seam between the Top and Bottom from being a weak point.

First, ensure the the Core is short enough. Sometimes, the model can elongate in the 3D printing process. In this case, you can use sanding paper to sand down the Core - or, as I did, simply use a kitchen knife (use a serrated blade and saw through - CAREFULLY!).

Squirt some superglue on the top and bottom ends of the Core, and also squirt some on the middle seam of the Top and Bottom. If you're interested in absolute maximum strength, you can also squirt some down the hollow inside of the Top and Bottom, but it's not really necessary.

Now you need simply attach the three parts together. Push the Core down the hollow Top until it hits the 'wall' - push it in firmly! Now slot the Bottom onto the Core until the Top and Bottom meet in the middle. Hold them firmly together for a good five minutes to make sure the glue has dried. Be careful with the model for the next few hours (or up to a day) to ensure that the glue has completely dried and cured.

I just used a Glossy Gold spray paint and black modelling paint for my model. However, you can use whatever painting method you prefer.

[Updated on: Tue, 29 January 2013 01:44 UTC]

 Topic: Decal Sheet for HO Scale Bushmaster
Decal Sheet for HO Scale Bushmaster [message #60127] Sun, 13 January 2013 13:59 UTC
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This is the decal sheet for the HO scale model of the Bushmaster available in my shop.

 Topic: Spoorijzer KW13 1m3 skips (5) H0e compatible couplings
Spoorijzer KW13 1m3 skips (5) H0e compatible couplings [message #59496] Wed, 02 January 2013 16:58 UTC
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Coupling for these skips:

Should be bend out of 0.3~0.5 mm wire.

 Topic: 8th elephant's V-Tail Clam instructions
8th elephant's V-Tail Clam instructions [message #58255] Sat, 08 December 2012 21:21 UTC
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 Topic: Decal Sheet for HO Scale CDCY
Decal Sheet for HO Scale CDCY [message #58118] Thu, 06 December 2012 18:10 UTC
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This is the decal sheet for the HO scale model of the CDCY available in my shop.

 Topic: Decal Sheet for HO Scale CQTY
Decal Sheet for HO Scale CQTY [message #57979] Tue, 04 December 2012 21:34 UTC
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This is the decal sheet for the HO scale model of the CQTY available in my shop.

 Topic: Mech modifications for QR DH
Mech modifications for QR DH [message #57432] Sun, 25 November 2012 16:41 UTC
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The image below shows the modifications made to the frame to make the mech fit the 3d printed DH available in my shop.
The mech used is an Athearn Blue Box S12 HO switcher.

[Updated on: Sun, 25 November 2012 16:43 UTC]

 Topic: Fractured Cube Sticker Template
Fractured Cube Sticker Template [message #56236] Fri, 02 November 2012 18:42 UTC
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These are PDF and DXF files of the sticker template for the Fractured Cube puzzle, available from Pitcher Puzzle's shop.

 Topic: Decals for Fifth Element Multipass
Decals for Fifth Element Multipass [message #55759] Mon, 22 October 2012 13:02 UTC
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Here are the decals for Leeloo's Multipass download, print and stick to your kit.

Back decals coming soon Very Happy




Paul

[Updated on: Thu, 25 October 2012 00:52 UTC]

 Topic: Decal Sheet for HOn30 PBR DH
Decal Sheet for HOn30 PBR DH [message #54449] Mon, 24 September 2012 15:31 UTC
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This is the decal sheet for the HO scale model of the Puffing Billy Railway DH available in my shop.

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