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Delboy
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Forum Posts: 29
19th Jul 2018 21:06  
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I can only speak for myself but I hate to see model boats tooling about with nobody on the bridge, like the Marie Celeste or a Philippine super tanker.
So, i was very pleased to find this able bodied seaman that I can reproduce on my 3D printer.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2757066

RNinMunich
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 2076
19th Jul 2018 21:13  
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Heartily agree Delboy, (How's business? Yes I do remember the series😉)
Aha! Popeye (less pipe?)! Are you going to do Olive Oyl as well to keep him company ?
I'm still looking for suitable 1/12 (ca 1/16 at a push) crew for my Sea Scout.
Doug 😎


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Young at heart - slightly older in other places 😉 cheers Doug
Grant me the Serenity to accept things I can't change,
the Courage to change things that I can, and
the Wisdom to know the difference!
Delboy
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Forum Posts: 29
19th Jul 2018 21:29  
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Well, you can always scale it on your slicer. I reckon that 80 percent is about 1/24 scale.

RNinMunich
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Forum Posts: 2076
19th Jul 2018 21:32  
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1/24 is too small but given the stl file I could play around a bit!
😎


Young at heart - slightly older in other places 😉 cheers Doug
Grant me the Serenity to accept things I can't change,
the Courage to change things that I can, and
the Wisdom to know the difference!