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Article about: Just found those old dia boxe's, on a flee market for one . And I tought they could be usefull for a new live; carrying militaria when traveling AND be usefull as a more or less safe displa

  1. #11

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    perfect work Stuka F!A profesionnal look for a box!
    Wait for your decorative idea on the top of the box,have to design a better german soldier .

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  3. #12

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    great idea, I might do the same with all the small militaria items that I have
    Thanks

    Danny

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    Lots of random items, some are modern, some are old relics
    I hope it might inspire someone to do the same, but make a better job of course
    Thanks

    Danny
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    Hi everybody!Kind of special message for Stuka F,but enjoyable for you all.I recently realised a huge model for the 50th birthday of "le pont de Tancarville"(Tancarville's bridge)on the Seine river.
    It looked like a real masterpiece(at least,for us) designed to be exposed outside(as pics proove it).Price was 18000 Euros(only the model...) and took us 2 months of 2 persons fulltime work.
    And we had 3 more of the same type....You can see me (admire me...) holding one other.
    And last is my associate,desperately hoping for his model to be animated by an electric motor(at least ,it worked!).
    Month of July was pretty hot...And one day , the Pont de Tancarville's team gave us a call,like "Houston,we've got a problem.."
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    Temperature in the shadow reached 35 Celsius(something like 95 F)Our model was in full sunshine....
    We worked 15 till 24 hours/day for this result...No problem!This is the "happy tax-payer" money...
    It made me sick.Everything is gone to the bin!
    This material( Forex (PVC)5 mm thickness) is sold to resist till 190 F.I let you imagine the temperature inside the non-climatised(!) glass box...
    Sorry if I bored you,but as every nightmare comes to an end,we're now working on the second birth of this model that will be shown in a shady place...I hope!
    The other models,in the shade,are ok.Just a strange bitter-sweet taste in the mouth...
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    That bridge model look's fantastic, I have worked my self whit models like this just for sicence, I was model builder for a firm called: Force Technology
    we build Off shore models and ships for testing in weather condition and stuff like that.

    Great model

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    Thanks Nordland!As you can see,it used to be Fantastic...The new one will be ,I will try to..Especially for you,pics of our "Pont de Normandie" and "Pont Flaubert" in Rouen (animated).Plus for the fun,the "Cathedrale de Rouen" in Acrylic (scale:1cm=5 meters),close to 15 cm high(6 inches)A "gonna-make-me-nut" work,as you have no computorized blue prints...
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    Fantastic models, It's hard to see the bridge model melted like that, I know how much work there is in that kind of job there, all thos nice details and stuff,
    The cetedral in acrylic is it all hand made?, we dit that when I stated ad Force, then they invested in a 3D machine that build the models, I think it builded it up, or cut it out, I cant remember, maby you know what that machine do but the work is great, and we lost some work in the model AFD.

    The last ship model I build before I quit the job, sank on the test day, and it was for a American firm, and the was one a airplane to see the test, it was not good!!

    Back to the bridge model case, you must install some sort of ventilation in the box next time

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    For the ventilation,I agree with you,but it's not our business!

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    Nice models sebfrench, VERY nice models !!
    I know the probleme of the melting material!
    I am working on a auto part that as to come on top of the dash board .... it is very important to choose the right material for that one.
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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