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1/35 waterline Uboot type II 07 Sep 2016 10:38 #13

Looking AWESOME Piet! You must have access to a real machine shop. (envy, envy, envy)

So, how long is the Type II going to end up? While CNC deck looks quie nice we need something to compare for scale.

In my best Homer Simpson voice "Mmmm, CNC mill awgh" :drool :drool
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1/35 waterline Uboot type II 07 Sep 2016 15:09 #14

High precision work :good

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1/35 waterline Uboot type II 07 Sep 2016 15:50 #15

Heavens Eagle wrote:
Looking AWESOME Piet! You must have access to a real machine shop. (envy, envy, envy)

So, how long is the Type II going to end up? While CNC deck looks quie nice we need something to compare for scale.

In my best Homer Simpson voice "Mmmm, CNC mill awgh" :drool :drool

Not done by yours truly...... programing a CNC is not my thing .

This deck is custom made for me .

I had it done by Modellbau Wikinger of Germany.
modellbau-wikinger.de/epages/d06a00c7-1e...Categories/Category1

Deck is approx 1.17 cm Long
The type II was the smallest U Boot in kriegsmarine 1935 /1945 .
uboat.net/types/
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1/35 waterline Uboot type II 08 Sep 2016 06:49 #16

1/35 M26 Pershing added for scale comparison

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1/35 waterline Uboot type II 08 Sep 2016 07:09 #17

:coolio ... :popcorn ...

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1/35 waterline Uboot type II 08 Sep 2016 07:59 #18

Piet wrote:
Heavens Eagle wrote:
Looking AWESOME Piet! You must have access to a real machine shop. (envy, envy, envy)

So, how long is the Type II going to end up? While CNC deck looks quie nice we need something to compare for scale.

In my best Homer Simpson voice "Mmmm, CNC mill awgh" :drool :drool

Not done by yours truly...... programing a CNC is not my thing .

This deck is custom made for me .

I had it done by Modellbau Wikinger of Germany.
modellbau-wikinger.de/epages/d06a00c7-1e...Categories/Category1

Deck is approx 1.17 cm Long
The type II was the smallest U Boot in kriegsmarine 1935 /1945 .
uboat.net/types/

That's very cool... :popcorn
I told you photobucket sucks...



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1/35 waterline Uboot type II 08 Sep 2016 09:43 #19

Resin periscoop copies.

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Collection of Kriegsmarine figures i can use

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Other figures from U-models are on there way .

Something like this .

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1/35 waterline Uboot type II 10 Sep 2016 20:20 #20

wow - this is going to be fantastic!
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