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 on: November 14, 2013, 12:51:11 AM 
Started by Payoxyanaendy - Last post by Payoxyanaendy
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 on: May 01, 2012, 10:12:16 PM 
Started by law0941 - Last post by law0941
   Hello All, I guess I am a noob here so a little about myself.  I  have been in this hobby close to 35 years now, 8yrs of that working a local utility's model shop.  In that shop I build everything from nuclear power plant models as big as a room to small display pieces that would fit in a briefcase . I mainly build Space/Sci-Fic now days but also 1/72 Air & Armor, 1/700 ships and 1/24 Auto,  Really about anything that strikes my fancy. I have disabled since 2006 and so far have kept my hobby alive by doing some commission work on the side but now even this is drying up. I  still have a stash to build on that will take me awhile to build, I just have to get paint now.  My wife also builds models, figure models.. When we where dating she decided if she could not beat um, she would join um. If you care to see any photos of my work check it out here.

http://s68.photobucket.com/albums/i15/law0941/modelphotos/

Later All..Andy_USA

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 on: March 10, 2012, 11:52:36 AM 
Started by akrukowski1964 - Last post by akrukowski1964
I recently purchased first editions of R2D2, Darth Vader's Tie Fighter, and Luke Skywalkers X-Wing. I also purchased a re-issue of C3PO and Darth Vader. I plan on making the R2D2 head spin and include lights and sound. I will be using an AVR Dragon to program the chips needed. This will be my first attempt at programming chips to control servos, lights, and sound. I will post my progress here as well as my website.

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 on: March 10, 2012, 11:49:46 AM 
Started by akrukowski1964 - Last post by akrukowski1964
I recently purchased original editions of the Enterprise, Klingon Battle Cruiser, and Mr. Spock. I will post my progress here as well as my website. I am excited at getting this first editions and having fun being a kid again and building them.

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 on: March 10, 2012, 11:46:41 AM 
Started by akrukowski1964 - Last post by akrukowski1964
Just a little introduction. I have been building models since 1973. I started with planes and quickly moved to Star Trek models. Ships came later. I now build wood ships. I have been away from sci fi models for a while, but am getting back into them. I recently purchased original editions of the Enterprise, Klingon Battle Cruiser, and Mr. Spock. as well as R2D2, Darth Vader's Tie Fighter and Luke Skywalker's X-Wing. I plan on making the R2D2's head move and include lights and sound. I purchased an AVR Dragon to program my chips. I plan on chronicling my progress via my website and here. I will also do videos where I think still shots wont work.

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 on: February 20, 2012, 02:35:21 PM 
Started by Lonewolf - Last post by Lonewolf
I will update this list on an on-going basis, so please check it from time to time.  Each of the kits listed below has an entry on the main website that can be accessed under the genre and scale, or can be located using the Advanced Search feature.

Here are the kits that I'm looking for information about:

Scale          Genre                         Kit Name - Manufacturer

1:20           Maschinen Krieger         P.K.A. Ausf. HO - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         S.A.F.S. - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         PK 41 Hornisse - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         SAFS Mk. I Fireball - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         SAFSR Raccoon - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         H.A.F.S. Jerry - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         PK 40 Fledermaus - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         P.K.A. H1 Heinrich - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         Female Mechanic A - Brick Works
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         Mercenary Woman Space Pilot - Brick Works
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         Takako Lopez - Brick Works
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         SAFS Pilot Who Came Back - Brick Works
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         Woman Pilot at Rest - Brick Works
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         Pkf. 85bis Griffon - Hasegawa
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         Figure Set A - Hasegawa
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         P.H.J. 101 Gosser Hind - Hasegawa
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         SAFS Mark III Raptor - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         P.K.A. Ausf. K-4 Ketzer - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         P.K.A. Ausf. G Gustav - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         Gans Panzer Aufkalarungs SK602 - Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         A.P. 50 Hummel - Wave (released March 2012)
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         PKAF Fliege - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         Figure Set 1 - Nitto
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         Figure Set 2 - Nitto
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         FNS465 Krachenvogel - Nitto
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         SAFSR Prowler - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         PKAW Kauz - Nitto/Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         SAFS Snake-Eye Type 2 - Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         AFS NightStalker - Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         SAFS Fireball SG - Wave
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         Guidance Teacher - Brick Works
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         Female Mechanic B - Brich Works
1:20           Maschinen Krieger         Female Mercenary Pilot - Brick Works

 7 
 on: May 20, 2011, 06:26:28 AM 
Started by Lonewolf - Last post by Lonewolf
This write-up is courtesy of MillenniumFalsehood, a member of the StarshipModeler.com community.

"Here's my personal guide for different glues and their uses:

CA has great tensile and compression strength, but poor sheer strength. Use it in low-load conditions, such as attaching photoetch to the surface of a model. If you make a mistake, don't panic. Simply freeze it overnight and then, with a dull eXacto, work it loose and pop the part free. Avoid superglue de-bonder. It'll eat some types of plastic and softer styrenes.

Epoxy is the strongest, but it can be tricky to use and *must* be mixed thoroughly. Use in high-load conditions, such as the connection between the saucer and dorsal in a Federation ship. Unlike CA, you can't debond this stuff easily, unless the surface is unusually shiney. Luckily, you have plenty of time to realize your mistake, pull the components apart, and clean the bonding surfaces.

Welders, like Plastruct and Ambroid, are not glue. They melt the plastic and fuse it, so provided the joint isn't disturbed until the welder has evaporated and you got the welder all the way into the joint, the resulting bond will be as strong as the plastic the kit is made from. This is only true of styrene and ABS kits. Other substances will not be touched by the stuff, so if you need to bond dissimilar materials (wood-to-styrene, metal-to-styrene, etc.), use CA or epoxy.

White glue is a special case. It isn't that strong, but it has a quality about it that makes it ideal for gluing canopies and other clear plastics: it won't craze the plastic. Welders and CA are made from and will outgas harsh chemicals that will alter the physical properties of the plastic, making it opaque, and so are not suitable for gluing clear plastics. White glue however uses stickiness to bond materials, and it's perfectly non-toxic, so it's great for bonding canopies. You could theoretically use epoxy, but white glue is again better suited because you can clean it up without damaging the plastic and if you want to work on the cockpit again you can remove the glue with a little soapy water.


Something else: certain plastics, like polyethylene and polypropylene, CANNOT be glued by any means. This is no accident; they're designed to be chemically inert, so welders won't touch them and glues can't get a hold of them, even if you rough up the surface. These plastics are easy to identify. They typically have a waxy texture, and are often use in food packaging and plumbing. Avoid these plastics, but if you simply MUST have a part that's made from this stuff, cast it in resin first. Then use either CA or epoxy as usual."

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 on: June 07, 2010, 12:59:14 PM 
Started by Lonewolf - Last post by Lonewolf
Gizmotron has released a series of Federation ships from the 2009 "Star Trek" movie.  The ships in the series include the following kits:

Federation Deep Space Scout (USS Keldon)
Federation Fire Support Destroyer (single-nacelled ship)
Federation Strike Cruiser
Federation Constellation Class (dual-nacelled version with shuttlebay below)
Federation Heavy Frigate.

I purchased the Strike Cruiser and the Heavy Frigate at WonderFest, and I plan on picking up the other three ships in the series as soon as I have the funds available.  Both kits look like they'll be a lot of fun to build, and the quality is what we've come to expect from Gizmotron.

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 on: June 07, 2010, 12:51:44 PM 
Started by Lonewolf - Last post by Lonewolf
A review article for the brand-new Fine Molds 1:144 Millennium Falcon kit has been posted as part of the post-WonderFest 2010 kit upload.

The article can be seen here.

 10 
 on: June 06, 2010, 09:17:51 AM 
Started by Lonewolf - Last post by Lonewolf
I ended up buying one of these kits at WonderFest from the Starship Modeler Store, and it's a real beauty.  I'll have the review article posted on the Database in the next couple of days.

If you'd like a smaller model of the Falcon that still has boatloads of detailing, seriously consider picking this kit up.  It doesn't have the opening boarding ramp like the larger 1:72 version, but it still has an incredible amount of detail for the size of the ship.

I'll include a link here when the review is posted.

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