Discussion in 'Armory & Military' started by gmeyer1962, Jun 21, 2010.
and more , starting reconstruction of the track, as original parts wasn't able to be handled by me.
it was not possible for me to drill a hole of 0.8mm through this tiny parts of 1mm high and 2mm wide. therefore to finish the track, i reconstruted it.
more parts of the gear drives
... and assemble them together
starting the new tracks , they fits nicely over the gear drives.
sofar so good.....
have to finish now the tracks completly. stay tuned....
Keep on ur work, it's very good.
About 0,8 mm holes... did u think about a drill? I got a lot of them with different sizes from 0,1 mm to the highest u can think. It's a pain i can't lend it 2 u. :mrgreen:
some test if the tracks can be installed without problems....
now the tank starts looking like a real tank. til some parts missing but
not much anymore.
i guess next week i can finish this adventure.
some small parts like reflectors and driving mirrors need to be installed.
antenna still missing and so on.
but the hard part is done.
stay tuned .... hahahahaha
best regrads to all people which was
watching this thread.
no painting will be done. i wil keep it like it is.
thanks for watching.
What else can you say? WOW
Waow, impressive, I like this.
First off... INSANE. THAT IS CRAZY DETAIL.
How do you do it? LOTS OF PATIENCE AND TIME
Second question and I am REALLY new to this. What is that thick stuff you build with?
It looks like card board it is so thick.
Last newbie question is how to you print on that thick stuff? Or do you glue it on it after you print it out?
And in case I was not clear. WOW. I want to play with that Tank. I can pictures the treads going round and the suspension bucking as it rolls over a small field stone wall.
I salute your perseverance, patience and perfection...
Amazing details and damn neat model.
Can't find a single flaw..... congrats on your achievement...
Hi, that's fantastic model, I can finally make my GPM bvp-1 wheels by using your photos as guide, originals are horrible! One question, still got the model? I can't find it on Konradus site.. :cry:
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