Stuck in a Stug universe
- Apr 28, 2018
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Cracking work Chris, all that wiring !!
YEA Bob loads an loads of it still to come an yes I love doin the wirein as its a bit like a surgen an fittin in her all her nerves an blood vessels to bring her to life just as well ive just bought that new helpin hands I think im gonna need it thanks for droppin inCracking work Chris, all that wiring !!
Cheers Lee for your nice comment an multi taskin well in this game of building large workin models you have to think ahead of what where an when an I got that wrong this time on them modular connetors lol as they were light but not strong enough as a pickup pin broke on me so had to scrap them an im now usein D sub connectors in their place an im now goin up to the man cave to put things to rights hopefully as on this ship it all hit or a miss but thanks for lookin inChris. Very impressive work and multi tasking
HI Peter glad you like the build an yes there is a heck of a lot to do in building one of these ships from scratch as there is no instruckions to tell you what to do next so its getting the ole grey matter tickin over an tryin to think ahead of what where an when like I said to Lee in the above blog an like I have just done ive come unstuck on them bloomin modular connecters as they let me down so they have been scrapped an a new idea in place with D sub connectors as they are a lot stronger but heavyier but this time as ive got to watch the wheight of things I fit in there will be only 15 wires plugs goin up to 02 deck an 10 wires will stay in 01 deck so an im now goin to fit these in a little while while when ive finished this blog an had a cuppa to oil up the ole brain cells lolImpressive as always.
i've seen a range of R/C boats and thought them impressive - especially the larger ones. i always assumed there was a lot of work in building them, but never really appreciated just how much goes into building one. this blog is a real revelation. Loving it!!