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    Vosper MTB 379
    This model was built with the occasional help of my grandson. It was constructed from plan
    RIVER POLICE LAUNCH circa 1950
    METROPOLITAN POLICE THAMES DIVISION RIVER POLICE LAUNCH circa 1950 MODEL BUILT BY MICHAEL P TURPIN 2021 TO 1:12 SCALE FROM VINTAGE MODEL WORKS KIT At this scale, the model represents a launch measuring 30ft in length and 8ft 9โ€ in the beam. It is one of the standard types as built by Tough Brothers of Teddington, employing the partially diagonal planking system which produces a lightweight but strong hull. The engine was of sufficient power to provide an efficient speed of 12 knots in the tidal waters in which it operates. The cabin and seating has been designed such that it is possible to keep an all-around look out whilst on patrol, as well as an open stern area capable for carrying equipment and the recovery of bodies from the water. Operating from their headquarters at Wapping, London the River Police are responsible for law and order on the river. Previous to 1964, they patrolled the Thames from Erith to Teddington but subsequently this range was changed to cover from Dartford Creek to Staines. The model has some construction differences. The hull is ply-sheeted and not planked, and has a box construction for the main internal space. The deck is planked using walnut, as are all its wooden fittings. All metalwork and above-deck fittings are scratch built, the spotlight illuminates and the mast head carries flashing red & blue lights. Power - Turnigy 3548 840KV out-runner brushless motor. Electronic Speed Controller โ€“ Hobbywing Quicrun 16BL 30 water cooled. Brass propeller -55 mm 3 blades. Battery pack - Turnigy 2200mAh 3S 25C Lipo Pack. Radio โ€“Flysky FS-I6X 10 channel. Main power switch is the steering wheel and has a dash board which is illuminated. The battery pack, which powers the main motor and the lights through a voltage reduction unit, is housed below the front panel Receiver, ESC and steering servo are all housed beneath the rear seat and back bulkhead.
    Freeman 22
    The Freeman 22 was a luxurious cabin cruiser built for the holiday trade. It was moulded in glass fibre in a choice of colours and had an insulated superstructure, with a double berth and two single berths. It was powered by an in-board petrol engine. Length - 22ft Beam - 7ft 6ins Draft - 2ft Cruising speed - 8โ€“9 knots Weight - 26cwt Engine - Ford 105 E watermota with a 2:1 reduction gear on a flexible drive The model of the Freeman 22 was a free plan given in the Model Boat magazine and was a project for my grandson who actively worked on all aspects of the build, the parts were all cut using a fret saw and trimmed with a sander and then built up on a building board. The hull is sheeted in ply as is the deck and superstructure. The hull was fibre glassed for additional strength and then painted using acrylic paints. Length โ€“ 23" Beam - 7" Power โ€“ MFA Como 457RE540/1 brushed motor Electronic Speed Controller โ€“ Viper Marine 15 Brass propeller 30 mm 3 blade Battery pack โ€“ NiMh 9.6 V 5000 mAH Radio - Turnigy Mini CH5 D/R
    Crash Tender
    A 3 year build It has a lot of working detail - Fire monitors, spot light/rotates, cabin lights, cantilever cabin roof, detailed cabin interior, smoke unit a little more detail:- Hobbywing Seaking 120A-V3 Speed Controller Turnigy Aerodrive SK3 - 5045-660KV Brushless Outrunner Motor Hobbywing Boat ESC Programming Card 9.6v 50000 mah Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH) Battery Packs x 2 Later replaced for longer run time by Turnigy High Capacity 5200mAh 4S 12C LiHV Pack w/XT60 x 1
    Freeman 22 Norfolk broadsโ€™ cruiser
    This little boat was done for my 5yr old grandson alongside doing my crash tender. Its from a free plan issued in Model Boat magazine.
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    Coming on really well, I do like to repurpose timber its so satisfying to make something out of nothing
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Russian K100D waterjet work boat project
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    Great job JB Im sure people will copy this design, its really a great piece of work, be careful its not picked up by a manufacturer
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    ๐Ÿ“ FIRE TENDER POWER
    2 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    I have the 47" with a single prop - Turnigy 5045 - 660 KV turning a 40mm twin blade prop, power is Turnigy High Capacity 5200mAh 4S 12C LiHV Pack
    ESC - Hobbywing Seaking 120A-V3 Speed Controller
    It planes easily and last for 20 -30 minutes dependant on how you sail it
    check out my build blog
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Milling the strips
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    Hi Graham I do a similar thing but using an old Black & Decker electric plane I built a spring mechanism to keep the strips against the fence and pushed down on the blades, so first I circular saw to near finished size then they are put through the planer
    "Yorkshire thrift"
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Tubes/conduits and balsa blocks
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    Hi there, as Derek and Rob say "Fore and Aft" to ease the shaping is the best way. When I did mine I found the balsa to be really soft and fury so I gave it a coat of diluted 50/50 with water of Eze-kote to harden the surface and ease shaping
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: The Chines.....
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    Its coming together really well I see you've used the tubes for the wiring
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    ๐Ÿ“ Witte Zea plans.
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    Hi Colin, Its amazing how this site always comes up with the answers, what a great resource
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    ๐Ÿ“ 04 The inner keel
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    The inner keel is made up of 5 separate parts all made from ply, each piece is trimmed where the connecting pieces were and then lade on the plan and adhesive applied and pined in position leave over night to cure.
    I chose at this point to make sure the hole (8mm) for the prop shaft was clear and the correct size, while attaching the strengthening pieces K6, if the pieces are glued correctly it leaves an 8mm sq hole at the correct angle making fitting of the shaft at a later stage very easy. I also made additional pieces to extend K6 to the stern so it created additional thickness to drill holes for the rudder and the water scoop, The rudder in the plan is small and not the type that is commercially available so it requires additional thickness to drill an 8mm hole, the additional hole (6mm not shown in the plan) is for a water cooling scoop which is required for cooling my ESC. Not everyone will require this scoop.
    I donโ€™t at at his point secure the propshaft as this will be done when the motor position is confirmed.
    The keel now in one piece has to be glued to the box ensuring that it is on centre both at the bow and stern and straight all of its length I use epoxy to secure the keel to the box making sure it is also at 90 degrees to the box
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Controls
    15 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    Hi Graham again pure alchemy.
    Pictures -
    1 - I understand diagram๐Ÿ‘
    2 - is a total brain block๐Ÿค”
    3 - as 2 above๐Ÿค”
    4 - yes, thats a plastic box ๐Ÿ‘
    5 - yes, plywood with electronic bits ๐Ÿ‘
    6 - switch and magnet I understand ๐Ÿ‘
    7 - Yes - that's a video that blows your mind๐Ÿคฃ
    8 - can you build me one?
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    ๐Ÿ“ Vintage 27mhz receiver and servo probably '70's
    15 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    I see your a fan of the Marlin kit car. I have a Marlin YKC Roadster which I built 28 years ago and its still on the road
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    ๐Ÿ“ Vintage 27mhz receiver and servo probably '70's
    15 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    That's quite a collection Colin, great to see
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    16 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    Lead shot in plastic bags to get the amount correct then you can add a very viscous solution of epoxy into the bag to shape the shot into the hulls profile and then attach the bags with velcro if needed.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Lock Nuts on Props
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    Lock nuts should be OK but loctite would be belt and braces. It is possible to release loctite with a small amount of heat, so its not permanent.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Mtronics Viper Marine 20 esc for brushed motors
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    It would help if you could post a wiring diagram
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Russian K100D waterjet work boat project
    16 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    Thats looking a great improvement JB
    only one observation - when water is flowing through each pipe in turn there may be excessive force trying to close the flap and maybe putting excess pressure on the servo - just a thought, the flap needs to be at exactly 90 degrees to the pipe when open ?
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Mechanism Mk 3
    17 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    Speechless.๐Ÿค”
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Coal Bunker Lids continued again.
    17 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    Great solution and looks good/authentic
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Watercat M12 (Jurmo Class) landing craft
    17 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    do you have the seller information for the water jets and motors
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Sheโ€™s Maidened!!
    17 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    Great build, I think that bit of extra power is always useful with model boats just to get out of the way of super fast learners๐Ÿคฃ
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Russian K100D waterjet work boat project
    17 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    I'm sure she would JB ๐Ÿ˜Š
    However very interesting project I look forward to your solutions
    How about using the rotating ball system as in a domestic 15/20mm shut/off valve
    Im sure you can get varying sizes of plastic balls these could be drilled out and then at 90 degrees a spindle through to each side of your pipe to rotate it with the servo.


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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Vosper MTB 379
    17 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    Its 1:32 Martyn sorry for the delay
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Russian K100D waterjet work boat project
    18 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    Really ! Not very thoughtful using the Queens head, bearing in mind the present circumstances please replace with a piece of brass sheet. come on JB
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Mechanism Mk 3
    19 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    Fantastic Graham, Iโ€™m on holiday at the moment so canโ€™t download the video but Iโ€™ll comment further on my return
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    ๐Ÿ“ The Marlin Cabin Cruiser (Vintage Model Works)
    27 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    03 Box Construction
    Now we have sorted the slight deviation from plan we can construct the basic box, four nicely laser cut panels form the balsa wood box , the side have a partial cut in the height of the side which has to bend to follow the angled side of the box, I use aliphatic wood glue to construct the box, the sides of each piece has to be lightly sanded to remove the tabs which secured them to the original sheet and also to remove the sooty deposit which is left by the laser cutting. The side panels are all marked as to where any of the bulkhead pieces need to be aligned. Using some heavy brass bars to support the glued sides they are left to dry overnight, the end panels are glued in place the following day.I decided at this stage to leave out the centre bulkhead with a view to changing it dependant on the size of the motor housing, however I put it in position to ensure the side panels are at 90 degrees I will cover the planked surface with sticky backed paper.
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Mechanism
    28 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    You never cease to amaze Graham, Oh to have your electronic knowledge along with your mechanical ability its truly a fantastic combination, I look forward to version 2
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    ๐Ÿ“ The Marlin Cabin Cruiser (Vintage Model Works)
    29 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    02 Base board
    I started by checking all the wooden parts in the box, what a treat this part of a build is, that smell of freshly cut wood (albeit a laser cut smell), all pieces are cut and numbered according to the plan which is accompanied by a comprehensive set of build instructions.
    The craft is built on a box type construction, the base board being laser printed with a plank pattern. It was at this point I thought I would go โ€œoff pisteโ€ and add some additional intrest and actually plank the base board. This meant a delay in construction as the planking takes some time and then it needs finishing with five coats of yacht varnish before the sides are put on.
    The planking is lime strip wood with black 200 gram card as the corking, this is glued to the base board using aliphatic wood glue, when the glue is dried the excess black card is removed using a scalpel before sanding to a smooth even finish. The final process is putting in the nail marks at the plank ends and intermediate spacings, this is done with the home made punch which lines up with the joint line and then a light tap with a small hammer which puts four small dints in the wood. These dints now have to be โ€œblackenedโ€ this is done with a light twist of a sharp pencil in each dent.
    Next comes the first coat of varnish which is thinned 50/50 with white spirit to ensure good adhesion and that the card cork soaks up the thinned varnish, this is then allowed to thoroughly dry and harden between coats so it could be sanded with increasing grades of wet and dry, then the final coat is left for ten days before final light sanding with 2000 grade wet & dry and finally polished with automotive polish
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    ๐Ÿ“ Work stand
    30 days ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    The boat stand pictured is great I made my own using the same principles it works well
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    ๐Ÿ“ The Marlin Cabin Cruiser (Vintage Model Works)
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    01 Introduction
    Again after the finishing of the Vintage Model Works Police Boat I decided to have a go at their latest offering which is a 36 inch Marlin Cabin Cruiser
    This model was originally an important model release for Vernon, being the first of its kits that was really large enough to take the bulky radio control gear of the day. It appeared in 1953 at 72s/11d (ยฃ94 today) and was reviewed in the November Model Maker who found the design, with its rounded cabin and open front cockpit, the 'nicest looking power boat yet kitted'. It was for 1cc to 5cc diesel power or a large electric motor such as the 12V Taycol Super marine.
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    ๐Ÿ“ 36 inch VMW Police Launch
    1 month ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    Hi Andy the conduit I used was sufficient. One thing I would suggest is that you use a feeder wire leaving it in the tube when you need to pull another wire through, this is a length of wire twice the length of the tubes which you attach your new wire to it in the mid position then pull your additional wire through. Remember the more wires you get in the tube the harder it is to feed a new wire through.
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    ๐Ÿ“ 36 inch VMW Police Launch
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    Hi Andy Its Michael but I answer to both, I hope following the plan of the keel construction solves your issue of angle
    as for the prop shaft I used an 8mm tube with a 4mm shaft I found a better selection of props at M4 thread
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