H.M.S Enterprise plank on frame CAF Models 1/48.

Uwek

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Hallo my friend,
good to see, that you finalized this period of moving etc. and that you are now back at the work bench.
So it is time for your second beauty - Looking forward to see your progress - I missed your building log posts !
 

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Caf is stopping the production of the enterprise as sales is lowering and they need the space in the production for their new models. This is posted on 4h model. Production will be stopped in November so if you like it you should order it now you still can.
Glad i got mine. Umfortunatly my building jig came with wrong laser cuts... should be fixable.
 
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Caf is stopping the production of the enterprise as sales is lowering and they need the space in the production for their new models. This is posted on 4h model. Production will be stopped in November so if you like it you should order it now you still can.
That's a shame. I was looking at this model from Aliexpress. But when the USD/AUD exchange rate come into play it became way too expensive.
How did you hear about stopping production of this model?
Do you have any idea what the new models will be?
 

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That's a shame. I was looking at this model from Aliexpress. But when the USD/AUD exchange rate come into play it became way too expensive.
How did you hear about stopping production of this model?
Do you have any idea what the new models will be?
This was posted on 4hmodel.com by cfship2000 who is the man behind CAF. It is certainly an expensive model but worth every penny, ask Brian.
New models are le Renommee and hms Bellona.
 

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Brian are using PVA glue to assemble all wooden parts of the model or do you also use Ciano for some wood parts?
Cheers.
 
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