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Emily P II Print Booklet
Author: GrahamP74   Posts: 24   Photos: 58   Subscribers: 1   Views: 1265   Responses: 28   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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net hauler - Posted: 1st Jun 2017
I have made the net hauler using PVA craft board and some different size plumbing pipes. It is similar to a Hydema micro hauler

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gantry - Posted: 1st Jun 2017
I have made the gantry out of wooden baton and have grooved a channel in one of the legs to hide the wires for the lights. It will be painted and a small element of rust treatment applied at the last stage.

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thickening the bullworks - Posted: 1st Jun 2017
I have used some thin PVA board glued to each side to strengthen the bullworks. This will be glassed over at a later date.
I have also started to prepare deck beams and shelf so all glassing can be completed at the same time.

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Emily P II - Posted: 1st Jun 2017
This will be a scratch built inshore fishing boat. She will be rigged for trawling and netting.
The hull was purchased on Preloved for £20.
I will be making the model in the scale 1:12.
All elements will be scratch built with the exception of the wheel house which has been moulded by Andy at Models by Design.
I believe the hull is a Cygnus GM38 or very similar.

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