0621Update HMS ALERT 1777 Trident model by HongBin

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First of all, thank you to SOS Forum for providing a platform for communication with ship model amateur. Trident is a model studio established in 2018. The main idea for our development of the Alert is to let more model amateurs experience the fun of using drawings to make a ship model, and clearly understand the composition of each part of the hull during production. We will do our best to restore the structure of the original hull. Amateur can add cabins, masts and other structures yourself during the production process. As it is the first product, there are still many shortcomings. We appreciate for any comments and advices. Following set of photographs was taken during the development process. The material was not finely grounded and surface-treated. It was only used for structural verification, so it looked very rough. 95% of the parts in the kit are CNC machined, and I personally think that many original processing methods and designs are unique. The parts appearing in the photos below are the basic accessories in the set, and the metal parts are still being modified in the fifth edition, which will be shown later. In the later stage, we may provide 1:1 drawings of the hull compartment and mast of this kit for friends who have the need for modification. The Alert is our studio primary kit, Very appreciate for your trust and support!The following production process is commissioned by Mr. Hong Bin. In his production process, he changed the material of some parts for testing effect. Not a standard version of KIT

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thank you for sharing your kit development with us. As model builders we love this kind of information, the more the better. I feel you are working on some other future models and I wish you will give us heads up as soon as you feel ready to do so , This is the one website that supports Chinese ship modelling 24/7. We support the industry not only with our words but with our wallets Great thanks
 

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thank you for sharing your kit development with us. As model builders we love this kind of information, the more the better. I feel you are working on some other future models and I wish you will give us heads up as soon as you feel ready to do so , This is the one website that supports Chinese ship modelling 24/7. We support the industry not only with our words but with our wallets Great thanks
Thank you very much for your trust and support!
 

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@Trident Model At first, most (if not all) of SOS members are already familiar with Alert development and follow alone your thread here. From the log, we can see your strive to make this kit as good as unique and budget-friendly.


We are all intrigued and patiently (some of us impatiently) wait when the kit available for sale. Again, many thanks for bringing this kit development to our attention!!!

P.S. For those who ever wonder what are those small pins - they are pins from the microprocessor CPU (the brain of the computer), possibly Pentium 1 or 2 or from AMD (hard to say from a picture).

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Hongbin is a model Cai enthusiast who was commissioned by us to test. He tested the version earlier, so there are some differences between Hongbin and the official version, such as the slots reserved. He was the first enthusiast to complete the ship system.
 

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@Trident Model At first, most (if not all) of SOS members are already familiar with Alert development and follow alone your thread here. From the log, we can see your strive to make this kit as good as unique and budget-friendly.


We are all intrigued and patiently (some of us impatiently) wait when the kit available for sale. Again, many thanks for bringing this kit development to our attention!!!

P.S. For those who ever wonder what are those small pins - they are pins from the microprocessor (the brain of the computer), possibly Pentium 1 or 2 or from AMD (hard to say from a picture).

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Yeah, very old-fashioned CUP. About 100 pieces were dismantled.
 

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These photos are showing very well the great affords you are making in the preparation of this kit - and are showing us very well the content
BTW: Very good modeler
 
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