Discovery from 2001 by UHU

Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by cjd, Mar 3, 2009.

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  1. cjd

    cjd Member

    This wonderful looking model is available at the usual place (link omitted at designers request) THANK YOU UHU


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  2. THE DC

    THE DC Member


    This thing's unbeleivable. The detail's beyond and its about 20 pages of PDFs.

    Do you know his email, so I can send a thanks you?

    The DC

  3. Stev0

    Stev0 Active Member

    Great model... great enough to have 3 threads on just this forum.
  4. Cut 'n' Paste

    Cut 'n' Paste Ex-pat

    OK, but can you just give us a clue as to where we start looking?
  5. grifco2000

    grifco2000 Member

    Hi, if you head over to look under free paper toys and science fiction, there is a link there! cheers, Grif:thumb: Fantasticc model UHU! thanks!!:thumb:
  6. Red

    Red Member

    I think the designer is done with the model now balloon6
    there are 25 pages to download

    It looks grate :thumb:
  7. Stev0

    Stev0 Active Member

    You need to read the thread before posting. It's things like this that originally made UHU02 remove links altogether. Congrats. :curse:
  8. sakrison

    sakrison Member

    Well, I've been all through Space Station 42-Science Fiction. And I don't see any sign of it.
    Somebody wanna be a LITTLE more specific?
  9. Stev0

    Stev0 Active Member

    Just search the net for UHU02.

    I'm sure it will appear at the top of the list. You may have to navigate through the site to get to the beginning but it's there.

    Also it seems that UHU has created an Addendum sheet already. I cannot read whats on the site so I have no idea what it's all about.
  10. 57townsman

    57townsman Member

    Yes, page 13 has been replaced by page 13X. A few tabs were misaligned on one engine part and he has corrected it. Please note that the last 3 pages are build instructions in jpg format. :mrgreen:

  11. NYC Irish

    NYC Irish Member

    Thanks for the heads up on 13X gents

    Bit of note here...I went to local Hardware store this morning and brought along a sample of page two, to use the members as guides for suitable Diameter Dowel, Got one that I was happy with as you see in Picture 1 but when I attempted to wrap it with the main spine members I got a significant gap as seen in Picture B.

    Both pages were printed with same scaling sizes and I have cut as much of the black line off the spine member...any hints or tips?

    Thanks in advance

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  12. buckaroo

    buckaroo New Member

    Are you sure the dowel is supposed to fit that snuggly without the wrap? The parts sheet specifies that the dowel should be 9 mm diameter. (Ran the text through Babelfish just to check).
  13. jagolden

    jagolden Guest

    It looks like using the dowel with a wrap as NCY Irish was showing would fit just right.
    Maybe the wrap can be stretched a little bit to close the space.
  14. 57townsman

    57townsman Member

    Hmm, I wasn't able to copy the text out of the pdf file. It says copying not allowed.:confused: Looking back through his design blog I saw he said 8mm spine. Has anyone tried that size yet?

  15. Mousemuffins1

    Mousemuffins1 Member

    Why cant we have just one thread about this subject, not THREE? I mentioned in one of the other threads about the diameter of the dowel needing to be of about 8mm.

    Can The Mods PLEASE merge the threads, or move them or close two down? this is sensless.
  16. Stev0

    Stev0 Active Member

    Yeah no kidding.
  17. Red

    Red Member

    Pod view

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