HMS Triton - Section - 1/48 [COMPLETED BUILD]

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Hello Uwek

Your cannons and carriages came out really nice, Great work. I have these plans from Hahn and will be in time building a bunch of them for my Oliver Cromwell, that is of course if I ever get that far, ENJOY.

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hola que modelo de barco es? y donde puedo conseguir el plano me encanta


hello what model of ship is it? and where can I get the plane I love
 

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Hallo friends,
I just realized, that I never finished the building log of this model - means showing the installed guns etc.
With this post i finished the log - done


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Long time ago I built the section model of the HMS Triton, a 28 gun sixth rate frigate from 1771.
I was asked to show this built here in a log. Due to the fact, that it is already 10 years ago, when I made this crossection I will mainly show the old photos with a reduced text.

First of all I want to show the final result, so you can imagine what you could expect

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The section model is shown also in my Avatar
 
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Dear Uwek:)
very Beautiful craftsmanship is show through with every professional photo.
it's exactly process & result !!! Thumbsup Thumbsup
Among the many things I liked about the process, I would like to point out that you left the planking and exposed frames on the side of the ship, so that the viewer can see the model fully and varied.
 
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The ceiling of the Main Hold is mostly finished, and the recesses / pockets for the Hold Pillars are prepared (made with a small chissel)
Remark: The nailing looks because of the flash very dominant, in reality it looked way better....

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The rectangular Hold Pillars

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Installed in place (dry fit and waiting for the Lower Deck Beams)

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what ate you using to hold the frames to the sides of the jig white elastics , rope, ?????
 

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what ate you using to hold the frames to the sides of the jig white elastics , rope, ?????
you can use some elastic rubber bands - I am usually use a non elastic rope, so that they are really fixed against the edge of the jig
 
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