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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Pride of Baltimore 1981
    6 days ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Fabulous! A boat to be very proud of!
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Almost ready for final mahogany planking
    16 days ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hiya. I got the chrome pen off Amazon. It is a Molotow liquid chrome pump marker pen. I was amazed with the finish it gives. I've even used it to touch up a mark on the chrome of my car. There are different thickness of markers starting at 1mm and going up to 5mm. I used the 2mm one which was ยฃ5.82. Hope this helps. Cheers Duncan ๐Ÿ˜€
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    ๐Ÿ“ Almost ready for final mahogany planking
    17 days ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hi Everyone,
    Managed to find several hours in my busy timetable (Raising and doing basic training of a Guide Dog Puppy plus doing some fund raising!).
    I've finished the 1st layer of the side planking and planked the foredeck. As can be seen from the photo I used my hot plank bender to get the curved deck planks. The deck may look level but as you can see from the plank on the grid there is a fair bend. Unlike the instructions I have decided to plank the stern before gluing the mahogany ends onto the hull. Otherwise trying to fit these as a close fit to the mahogany curved piece would I believe be more difficult. Again I will apply the mahogany planks before fitting these curved ends. I've used a water based filler thinned down over the hull and then sanded to a reasonably smooth finish before starting the job to finish the mahogany planking of the sides and foredeck. I've tried to keep as much dust out of the hull with paper towel! Before starting the sanding I applied automotive masking tape (thicker) along the raw edge of the existing mahogany planking to protect this during sanding.
    Following a recommendation by Skydive130 I've painted the metal parts and part of the steering wheel with a chrome pen. The chrome pen is fantastic and far superior to any 'chrome' spray can. Also I tried a few spray cans of car colour for the seat cushions but found the Valero light turquoise was the best colour to use. Because it is water based I've then put a coat of matt varnish over the top to protect it.
    I now need to find a lot of time to do the final mahogany planking so my next instalment will probably be quite some weeks away! Thanks for following my blog. Cheers Duncan๐Ÿ˜Š
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: First time build
    30 days ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Some photos of how I have laid out the various components in the compartments. I have my Lipo battery mounted laterally against the bulkhead in the cabin at the rear of wheelhouse (battery not shown). The battery is placed between the water-cooled ESC and the bulkhead. They are held in place with velcro as well as the extra battery box and RX box. I'm using a 3 bladed prop with a pro drive 35-42 brushless motor with a Viper 50amp water cooled ESC. The battery is a 3 cell 2200mah 11.1v Overlander battery. The RX is held in foam in an old business card plastic case along with a electronic switch to switch on the spotlight. In the aft compartment with the rudder is a 6v AAA battery box for the searchlight. When not in use, I keep the lipo battery in a fire proof bag inside a metal petty cash box for safety!๐Ÿ˜Š
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: First time build
    30 days ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Looking at the photos there are a few changes to the kit from over 50 years ago. My kit didn't have the holes in the bottom of the bulkheads. Also the shape of the front wheelhouse windows are more rounded in the corners. I found this out when I ordered the window frame kit from SLEC. When I mentioned this to them they asked me to trace around the window frames and they made me a new set for just a couple of pounds. Brilliant! I'll be interested to see any other minor modifications. Cheers Duncan
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: First time build.
    1 month ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hi,
    In my reply yesterday from my phone it wouldn't let me send any photos (said insufficient memory). So here are the photos I intended to send of my refurbished 50 year old 34" Crash Tender. As you can see it is creating a lot of spray. I therefore fitted a spray guard and the performance was much improved. In order to get the bend on the stringer I used a wallpaper steamer and a piece of plastic waste tube to steam it for about 45 minutes. I restricted the steam from escaping from the end of tube with an old towel. Hope this helps.

    Cheers
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    P.S. To see the media file you may have to click on the blue arrow on the left hand side on the media file once you have clicked on it. You should then be able to play it from downloads.๐Ÿ˜Š
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: First time build.
    1 month ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hiya. Great model to build. I have the 34" version but it was the Aerokits version I built about 50 years ago. I refurbished it during lockdown and I got lots of bits from SLEC. They are a very helpful company. Good luck.๐Ÿ˜Š
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Paper clips helpful when planking
    2 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Thank you for your comment (mturpin013)๐Ÿ˜†. I then had a look at your RAF crash tender. It looks absolutely amazing! Is it the 34" or 46" version. I have the 34" model which I made in my 20's and then refurbished it during lockdown having spent about 50 years in the loft and garage. It is unfortunately not up to your standard! I found yours very intriguing especially the wheelhouse. Mine was built from the original Aerokits kit. Have you done a blog on the build of the boat? Thanks Duncan.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Paper clips helpful when planking
    2 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Just a small update. Nearly finished the first layer of planking. I thought this tip maybe of help others when planking. I found that as I nearly completed the the 1st layer of planking I could no longer use bulldog clips to assist in butting the edges of the planks together. Instead I have found using paper clips does this job well in tight confines. I still nail the planks to the bulkheads but between the bulkheads it helps to keep the plank edges tight together. Keeping the plank edges as smooth as possible will no doubt help in cutting down the tedious job of sanding it smooth before applying the mahogany planks! I've added some foam buoyancy in the transom for safety!
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Inga IV
    2 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Fabulous yacht. I would like one myself! Looking forward to seeing the restored model and perhaps a video of it sailing. Good luck.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Battery placement
    2 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hi Martyn,
    Here are the instructions to view the media file that I uploaded to the site as a video media file. These instructions will allow you to download the file and then view the video. They are also on available on this web site for future reference. Enjoy!
    Cheers
    Duncan


    TO VIEW VIDEOS

    Some videos open normally but others have a different way to open them.
    They may say Invalid File, or Media File but if you click on them a new page will open.
    At the top LEFT HAND corner there is a white arrow on a blue back ground, click on it and it will download.
    Depending on the computer you are using it might open or give you the choice to select a viewer or just click on open.
    Sometimes it will download it as an MPG4 file so you will have to rename it as an MP4 file to view it.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Battery placement
    2 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hi Martyn

    Here is a short video of Crash tender on the plane. After the short stop I switched it over to full power and also on the home run back. As a novice I didn't find it very stable at full power. I did add a splash rail to the hull which made a vast improvement and stopped the whole boat getting wet through!

    Cheers
    Duncan
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    ๐Ÿ“ Battery placement
    2 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    P. S. As a guide my lipo battery weighs 159grams. Probably a lot lighter than your battery pack. I have to throttle back the power on the TX otherwise it goes too fast and I think I would very easily overturn on a turn at full power. Cheers Duncan
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    ๐Ÿ“ Battery placement
    2 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hi. I have my Lipo battery mounted laterally against the bulkhead in the cabin at the rear of wheelhouse. From the photos I sent you earlier it is placed between the water-cooled ESC and the bulkhead. I'm using a 3 bladed prop with a pro drive 35-42 brushless motor. The battery is a 3 cell 2200mah 11.1v overlander battery. When not in use I keep the lipo battery in a fire proof bag inside a metal petty cash box for safety! I'll send separately a photo of the boat planing on the water. Not enough memory on my phone to do it! Cheers Duncan
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Vosper 46ft RAF crash Rescue Tender
    2 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hiya, Looks great! Did you get the crane from SLEC as mentioned in my earlier post?
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    ๐Ÿ“ Overcoming difficulty of fitting rudders and linkages
    2 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hopefully the photos that I'm attaching will explain why I'm not following the instructions for a radio control version! The Amati instructions indicate that the rudders and control linkages are fitted at the end of the hull construction. I decided that this will be virtually impossible to get your hands in to accomplish this task so I have planked almost up to the waterline with both 1st and second planking in order to still have some reasonable access to carry out this task. In order to protect the rudders whilst the rest of the hull is completed I've cut out a polystyrene block (or could be balsa blocks) and covered it in gaffer tape to go over the prop shafts and rudders to provide the protection.
    It still took all afternoon to get the supplied R/C rudders in place. I've C/A glued a nut onto the bottom of each rudder horn. I found that with the shape of the hull, the rudders when turned fully were catching the bottom of the hull so I've added two small 2mm white plastic spacers which I made from some tubing. Hope this will help anyone else who attempts to build the R/C version of the kit! Next stage is to epoxy the inside below the waterline before continuing with the rest of the planking. I've also installed a 3mm light in the cabin and also added 3mm bulbs for the headlights rather than using the dummy headlights.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Vintage Sea Commander Sea trials.
    2 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hiya,

    I had one of these Aerokits Sea Commanders back in around 1966. It had a 3.5cc diesel engine which was always really difficult to start. Sometimes had to come away from the pond without even getting a sail when it refused to start! In those days no easy to use electric motors and lightweight batteries! So in the end I sold it but I now wish that I still had it in order to convert it to electric! Lovely boat.
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    ๐Ÿ“ 47ft Vosper Crash Tender
    3 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    I originally built this in my early twenties (I'm now 71!) and like many other people it just got stored away until the lockdown when I decided to refurb it for something to do! Repaint, new motor and new radio gear plus more accessories which I got from SLEC. These were such things as window frames, tow hook, mast, fire monitors, air vents, decals and crane. The front wheel house windows of the current model that they produce are a slightly different shape to the original Aerokits version but I traced my windows for them and they very kindly produced a matching set of front windows! They are extremely helpful to deal with. Worth a visit to their website:-

    https://www.slecuk.com/vintage-model-boats/boat-kits/crash-t...
    The crash tender fittings are at the bottom of this webpage. Good luck. Cheers Duncan
    P.S. I have also put this on the Motor Alignment discussion but I thought it might also be useful on this article for any one considering refurbishing one of these models.
    https://www.slecuk.com/vintage-model-boats/boat-kits/crash-tender-345
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    ๐Ÿ“ motor fitment
    3 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hi Martyn,
    I've sent my photos of the coupling and the layout in the various compartments onto the Vosper 47ft article by mistake. Since sending this reply I've noticed I made a mistake saying the servo was in the rear compartment when in fact it is in the second to rear compartment along with the plastic container for the receiver. I originally built this in my early twenties (now 71!) and like many other people it just got stored away until the lockdown when I decided to refurb it for something to do! Repaint, new motor and new radio gear plus more accessories which I got from SLEC. These were such things as window frames, tow hook, mast, fire monitors, air vents, decals and crane. The front wheel house windows of the current model that they produce are a slightly different shape but I traced mine and they very kindly produced a matching set of front windows. They are extremely helpful to deal with. Worth a visit to their website:-

    https://www.slecuk.com/vintage-model-boats/boat-kits/crash-t...
    The crash tender fittings are at the bottom of this webpage. Good luck. Cheers Duncan
    P.S. I'll also post part of this reply on Vosper for other people who might be considering a refurb of this boat.๐Ÿ˜Š
    https://www.slecuk.com/vintage-model-boats/boat-kits/crash-tender-345
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    ๐Ÿ“ 47ft Vosper Crash Tender
    3 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hiya,
    Another photo of the coupling that might help you. The brass pulley wheel is not really necessary - it was a bit of old Meccano and just stopped the prop shaft sliding down too far during alignment! Cheers Duncan
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    ๐Ÿ“ 47ft Vosper Crash Tender
    3 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hi Martyn

    I've taken some photos from inside my 50 year old Fire Tender. I hope these photos may help you. I tried to upload them from my phone after my earlier message but it kept saying 'Not enough memory'. Hopefully this will work! The 1st photo is the motor compartment, followed by the next but one compartment to the rear with the receiver and r/c switch for searchlight and then the final rear compartment with the rudder servo and a battery box for the searchlight. The next photo is the compartment behind the wheelhouse containing a water cooled ESC and will also have in here when in use a 11.2 volt LIPO battery. The latter two photos speak for themselves. I'm using a brushless motor which I got from SLEC. Hopefully you will find this useful.๐Ÿ˜Š
    Cheers
    Duncan
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    ๐Ÿ“ motor fitment
    3 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hi, I can't tell for sure from the photo on my phone but I think it will be OK. You might get a loss of power and some vibration if out of line. I used a flexible rubber coupling and because the end doesn't drop down it makes it easy to get a perfectly lined up. I just then made adjustments until the coupling slid onto the motor shaft perfectly. I will send a photo of my coupling when I'm able to. Good luck Duncan
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Sterling models Chris Craft 63' LOA 40 inches.
    3 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Beautiful model with amazing level of detail. Excellent work!
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: 1st coat of varnish
    3 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    It is the 1st time I have tried building a planked model. I think the main thing is taking your time. I spent quite a lot of time cutting and then sanding the end of the planks to get a really good fit. I started build in April 2021!! Having said that I probably only fitted no more than 4 planks per day to give the glue time to set hard.
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    ๐Ÿ“ 1st coat of varnish
    3 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hi Everyone, Just a small update on progress. Having applied several coats of Cellulose Sanding sealer I have now applied one coat of yacht varnish. Hopefully you can see from the photos the reason I decided to apply the masking tape. This was to protect a raw wood edge in order to get a good bond to glue to when I start the side planking. I'm pleased with the overall finish so far. I forgot to do a test of the varnish on the sealer so there were a few anxious hours of waiting hoping that they wouldn't react with each other!
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Amati Italian Runabout (Riva Aquarama) for use on water
    3 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Thanks Trev. In that case I'll probably just epoxy the inside of the hull which is still bare wood. I just want to make sure it is water tight so that I don't get any water damage ! ๐Ÿ˜Š
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    ๐Ÿ“ Amati Italian Runabout (Riva Aquarama) for use on water
    3 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    I've completed the second layer of mahogany planking on the bottom of the hull and have now applied the first coat of Chestnut Sanding sealer which will require sanding before another coat is applied. Before applying the sealer I applied Vaseline to the BBQ bamboo skewers to ensure they didn't get stuck in the rudder tubes (they are a perfect fit!) and also applied the yellow masking tape around the last planks fitted in order to ensure a raw wood edge when I'm gluing the side planking on after fitting the rudders and linkages (This method of build is the only way I believe I can get my fingers in to fit these parts!). My plan then is to do another coat of sanding sealer and then two coats of yacht varnish. Not sure whether I should also apply a finishing epoxy resin coat before doing the varnishing. Any thoughts? The bottom of the hull will then be painted with white enamel - Humbrol. The sides once fitted will be the beautiful mahagony. That is my thoughts so far. Any comments please?
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: MFV EILEEN H96
    3 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    She looks great. Well done!
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Lady Jan
    3 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    How big is she? She looks great. Was everything you mention in the kit apart from the motor and radio gear? Cheers Duncan
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Second layer of planking
    4 months ago by DuncanP ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Thank you. I am taking my time as I originally started the model in April last year. Slow and steady as you say. Cheers
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