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How many is to Many by RNinMunich Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 6 days ago
a REAL scary question 🤔 1 H class Destroyer and 1 Submarine KM IIA (1:72) in SLEP (Service Life Extension Programme!) 1 KM pocket Battleship Graf Spee & 1 HMS Belfast (1:128) in Fitting Out Dock. 1 Tug Southampton ca 1:50 ARTR 1 Kentish Fishing Boat ca 1:50 inherited restoration & motorisation project 1 Sea Scout restoration ARTR, built by my Dad 50 years ago! 1 flying boat ARTR 1 Hovercraft needing painting & RC gear fitting. Potential 'Plastic Magic' :- 1:350 Bismarck, USS Enterprise (The Big E), HMS Hood, HMS Ark Royal, Airfix HMS Illustrious (Invincible class) & T45 Daring 1:72 Revell Flower class corvette, German Lifeboat & S100 class E Boat, Airfix MTB, RAF Launch, KM E Boat 1:144 Revell Fletcher class destroyer. Have started collecting Micron Radio gear for the conversions. And JFF an Airship! Ready except for the Helium needed! Plus many 1:400 1:600 1:720WW2 navies plastic kits & etched parts JFF & to hone the skills I should live so long ! Help 🤔 Cheers from Munich Doug 😎

HMS Triumph by reilly4 Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 10 days ago
HMS Triumph - Trafalgar Class Submarine at Albert Park Lake, Melbourne. There is a previous post with this submarine. It is scratch built and uses Engel piston tanks as its diving system. It has been in operation over 30 years. This is the first time it has carried a camera.

ZOBEL CLAS by Inkoust Commander   Posted: 21 days ago
German fighter submarines 70 years. I got ABS hull from a kit from Graupner, I redid four shafts, and I put the rest of ABS and laminate according to plans. The actuator motor 4 pieces 400, 2 pieces LiPol 4000 mA, the air cooling engine. The length of the ship is 110 cm. Screws 4 pcs 20th. Still under construction

And More free plans by sonar Commander   Posted: 28 days ago
From Yachts speedboats cargo ships and vintage boats to A submarine All sorts here. Including a Duck.... Well worth a good look... Easy to join Look at the header under Plans for the Boat Section. https://aerofred.com/index.php

X System by mactin Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 1 month ago
hello MBWs A little project im currently working on which may possibly change everything its a non aspirating zero emissions adjacent combustion two stroke submarine propulsion system its self sustaining and its fuel is good old H2O! yes I know you probably think im mental and youre probably right but ive had the test bedder running.

SHERSCHEN P206 by Inkoust Commander   Posted: 1 month ago
Wooden structure submarine chasers of 70 years in service with Russia and East Germany. Cover with balsa and smeared with epoxy varnish. The model is equipped with two engines of 600 pcs, 2 pcs NiCd battery 3000 mA

dicky motor by jtdavid Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 1 month ago
hi, it sounds like you have the receiver to low in your boat, try lifting it higher up above the water line if possible. as I said before submarines don't work very well on 2.4 ghz because they work below water level try it and let us no if it works. its a common problem with 2.4ghz unless you put receiver above water line. a few people I have spoken to have gone back to 27mhz or 40mhz. also you will notice the antenna is only short try putting this above as well. david

Close-ups of some super scale detailed Warships [UltraHD and 4K] by dominicm Petty Officer   Posted: 1 month ago
Warships featured in this vid: - KMS Bismarck - Prinz Eugen - HMS Hood - HMS Wild Goose - USS Hornet - HMS Renown - HMS Quorn - HMS Javelin - Submarine U552

Submarine attack and depth charge explosions by reilly4 Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 1 month ago
Awesome production. Great pyrotechnics.

dicky motor by jtdavid Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 1 month ago
hi, what type of transmitter are you using eg, 40mhz, 27 MHz, our 2.4ghz. you can find that 2.4mhz, if the receiver is below the water line reception can be very poor, i no the submarine guys can only use 27mhz because they go below the water. let us no your set up it makes helping you a lot easyer👍 david

Submarine attack and depth charge explosions by dominicm Petty Officer   Posted: 1 month ago
Thanks 😜

Submarine attack and depth charge explosions by figtree7nts Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 1 month ago
Fantastic, Outstanding, Bravo!👍

Submarine attack and depth charge explosions by dominicm Petty Officer   Posted: 1 month ago
Filmed at Action Stations, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.

KuK TB IV by Dainesh Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 1 month ago
[Score: 10/10] - Comments: Kaiserlich und Königlich (KuK) TB IV Recently built scale model boat (1:50). It is a fine art work. Length: 884mm Beam: 95mm One 3 blade propeller. Main armament: 2 45cm torpedo tubes, 2 4.7cm/L44 Skoda rapid firer. Crew: 20 people Speed:27.5 knots In 1905 the Austrian Naval Technical Committee presented three different designs for a 110t coastal torpedo-boat, mainly differing in the propulsion system (VTE or turbines). Having insufficient experience with turbines, a final VTE-propelled design with oil-firing was presented in 1907. To compare it with foreign technology, Krupp, Schichau and Yarrow were asked for competitive designs, all of which turned out to be inferior. Initially STT was ordered to build 8 such boats, but this was reduced to 6, because Danubius had to participate. When the older torpedo-boats lost their names in 1910 in favour of arable numbers, these units became in consequence Tb 1-Tb 6. The boats were surprisingly seaworthy up to sea state 5-6, and during the war they saw active service on escort, minesweeping and anti-submarine dunes.

Austro-Hungarian Topeedo Boat by Dainesh Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 1 month ago
Kaiserlich und Königlich (KuK) TB IV Recently built scale model boat (1:50). It is a fine art work. Length: 884mm Beam: 95mm One 3 blade propeller. Main armament: 2 45cm torpedo tubes, 2 4.7cm/L44 Skoda rapid firer. Crew: 20 people Speed:27.5 knots In 1905 the Austrian Naval Technical Committee presented three different designs for a 110t coastal torpedo-boat, mainly differing in the propulsion system (VTE or turbines). Having insufficient experience with turbines, a final VTE-propelled design with oil-firing was presented in 1907. To compare it with foreign technology, Krupp, Schichau and Yarrow were asked for competitive designs, all of which turned out to be inferior. Initially STT was ordered to build 8 such boats, but this was reduced to 6, because Danubius had to participate. When the older torpedo-boats lost their names in 1910 in favour of arable numbers, these units became in consequence Tb 1-Tb 6. The boats were surprisingly seaworthy up to sea state 5-6, and during the war they saw active service on escort, minesweeping and anti-submarine dunes.