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Sunday, June 29th 2008, 6:57pm

[FERTIG] P-47d-25 Thunderbolt/Halinski/1:33

When Norman’s handle name was Airgoon he has successfully built this Thunderbolt and shortly after he started his build I started my build following his report but later stopped and forgot it.
Now, with the completion of some of in-the-middle projects I decided to resume its building
To date I didn’t take much of photos as you can see here are only photos I took at that time
In assembling skin around cockpit there was a trouble adjusting coloring. The way I opted for was to just glue second segment as it is then painted yellow circled area with water color though those parts will be hidden under canopy frame and wing fillet.
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Sunday, June 29th 2008, 7:01pm

RE: P-47d-25 Thunderbolt/halinski/1:33

Today assembled skin rear of cockpit area. Here I had next problem. According to the kit instruction, framer is to be glued first but to do so there are no openings for putting something which press gluing tab from inside. My solution was to cut framer segment by segment.
First, glue skin applying glue on several tabs at a time so that tabs firmly glued to the skin. Then insert cut out framer but I was aware the framer does not go inside because root is wider than opening of skin. So, cut out part of framer triangle so that they can be glued together in the skin.
But, I found out how stupid I am. Horizontal framer of lower part doesn’t go in too. So, cut them out in pieces like jigsaw puzzle.
Anyhow, I have managed to finish this segment.
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Sunday, June 29th 2008, 7:04pm

RE: P-47d-25 Thunderbolt/halinski/1:33

Now joint line between skins looks o.k.
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Sunday, June 29th 2008, 8:54pm

Another masterpiece in the making...
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Sunday, June 29th 2008, 9:16pm

Thank you Michael
My main subject in building this kit is to make joint line less stand out.
I wish I could....

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Monday, June 30th 2008, 8:11am

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Original von Norman

Somehow I had mixed up the sequence of assembly and I had to somehow reverse-engineer the pieces to make them fit into the finished segments, similar to making a bottle ship fit into a bottle...
But all in all I'm sure you'll find this a very rewarding model, I know I did.


Hi Airgoon San. I have been looking for you for long time :D

When I was going to assemble oil cooler openings found out it does not go inside because of narrow opening as shown in picture 1. Then I hastened to visit your thread and what I found out was that you made as same mistake as I did
I should have gone through your thread before initiate my build :(

I have cut out hatched part as shown in picture 2 then insert oil cooler opening (picture 3). Finally replaced cut out part (picture 4)

Before I did these process I reviewed your thread and thanks to your well described thread I could avoid further trouble.

You won't beliave this but now your thread on Thunderbolt became indispensable my Bible and without it I have no confidence in my build

Last two pictures are after assembled skins around oil cooler openings. I was so absorbed in making model that forgot to take pictures on the process after inserting oil cooler opening's parts :rotwerd:
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Monday, June 30th 2008, 10:15am

Another thread to follow closely :)

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Monday, June 30th 2008, 2:17pm

Hi Ricardo,

I'll try to live up to your expectation making reasonable degree of effort as far as possible...

First, make this circular part and placed it on the fuselage then glued outer skin
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Monday, June 30th 2008, 2:20pm

Next step is oil pan... Is it oil pan?

And placed it on the fuselage
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Monday, June 30th 2008, 2:29pm

Assembled framer.
After glued skin around framer, cut out yellow colored inside panel. Glued it inside of outside skin holding it with tweezer tip.
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Monday, June 30th 2008, 3:34pm

One plane finished, another one just working on.
Crazy Yu.
:D

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Tuesday, July 1st 2008, 5:36pm

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Original von Henni
One plane finished, another one just working on.
Crazy Yu.
:D

Yeaaah I am a craaaaaaaaazzzzzyyyyyyyyy Yu in deed
I am no longer young. Life is short and time is swift. I want to make as many paper models as possible in my rest of life so I gotta run

I’m gonna make my paper model
It won’t take long
Yeaaah, make paper model
Heeee, and round and round and round up paper
and then
cut and cut and glue paper together
PAPER! YO! :D


Today, I've made three sections for nose of fuselage.
The reason why oval shape framer has opening is that we can put something to press glueing tab firmly

Glued small parts, which has hole, onto bottom of fuselage
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Tuesday, July 1st 2008, 6:52pm

hi yu-san,
ahh,a new project @)! the fuselage looks very good! very clean build =D>! best wishes for your build,i will follow your report :)!
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Tuesday, July 1st 2008, 10:06pm

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I’m gonna make my paper model
It won’t take long
Yeaaah, make paper model
Heeee, and round and round and round up paper
and then
cut and cut and glue paper together
PAPER! YO! :D



Ok, Yu, this not only shows that you are as mad as apple pie, but also that you rock!! :party:
You're my man!

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Wednesday, July 2nd 2008, 6:15pm

@Michael-san,
Thanks
BTW, I have completed my HAYATE before you start it so that I could avoid hanging out white flag :D

@Norm-san
I also knew how I should have built my T-bird
I mean, thanks to your construction report I have been able to avoided unwanted mistakes but in return I haven’t squeezed my brain hard because I didn’t need to. One of pleasure in making paper model is to fiddle around with it thinking in one way and another even though we make mistakes and then finally we will have a sense of satisfaction

@Gloomy
Yeaaaahhh Gloomyyyyyyyy I'm happy to know you like it

:party:
Come on baby
We’re gonna do the paper
and it goes like this
Yeaaah let’s paper together
Paper, paper, paper
Oh, baby, make me know, you love paper sooooo!
Paperin’ time is heeeere!
Yeaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh
:party:
Ahhh.. too much? Sorry....


Today's work is cowling
Pictures are self-explanatory
I've rounded up narrow strip of red colored paper using round bar
Tomarrow I have to modify inside of cowling...
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Wednesday, July 2nd 2008, 6:35pm

Yu...

Nice to see that your putting a little "twist" into your descriptions.... :party: Inspirational work on the model, and great photos showing it off..... :prost:
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Thursday, July 3rd 2008, 6:32pm

Thank you Peter but today I knew I am not only crazy but also stupid.
I forgot to assemble exhaust pipe unit before assembling front part of sections.
To assemble it I had to cut out openings on the forefront framer then put the parts through there.
Of course to assemble it I had to cut out some of framers inside to let parts get inside
Anyhow I managed to assembled them
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Thursday, July 3rd 2008, 6:36pm

Next build is air intake inside of cowling
Assembled squid like air intake then glued it inside of cowling
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Thursday, July 3rd 2008, 7:10pm

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If you wouldn't be crazy, you wouldn't fit in with the rest of us, because in this forum we're all crazy in one way or another - and proud of it!!! :D


Here, here Norm san
:party:
Let's papeeeeeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
:party:

Take care

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Thursday, July 3rd 2008, 8:26pm

Yu two (man, I love wordplays... :D )are really crazy kartonist.

I`m proud to have such fellows...

regards, thomas

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Friday, July 4th 2008, 9:32pm

Hi Thomas,

Let's become crazy kartonist together!!! :D

Today's works are railings on both side of inside cockpit, small parts behind pilot seat and engine base
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Sunday, July 6th 2008, 12:33am

Pictures are before final assembly of engine, after final assembly and after putting cowling on it
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Sunday, July 6th 2008, 10:04am

Hi Yu!
Only one word:SUPERB @)
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Sunday, July 6th 2008, 5:49pm

@Martin,
Big grin.... You must be enthusiastic Jug fan.
Thank you for letting me know about turbocharger exhaust.
Tail wheel is in the process of production as you can see in the attached picture

@zoli,
Thank you for your kind word


Propeller of Jug is imposingly large. Seeing it I want to listen to the sound of powerful engine so start engine, finally full throttle.
Ahhhhhh deafening sound. Exciting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:rotwerd:
I wish it could produce deafening sound
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Monday, July 7th 2008, 7:55am

Yu-san, it seems to me that I can ear the sound of the engine. Let me be between your crazy cartonist friends. :yahoo:

Congratulations for such a well done engine.

Greetings.

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Monday, July 7th 2008, 10:02am

This is progressing at warp speed, Yu 8o
As for build quality, @) @) @) ;)

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Monday, July 7th 2008, 3:50pm

Hi Norm,
please notice: Martin mentioned transsonic speeds, not supersonic speeds. Totally different thing, no nasty pressure singularities, etc.

Cheers
Jan
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Monday, July 7th 2008, 3:51pm

Jeder, der einen Post mit "Ich habe zwar keine Ahnung, aber..." beginnt, möge bitte den Absenden-Button ignorieren.

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Monday, July 7th 2008, 7:15pm

@Norm, Martin and Jan,
While I was away from my thread it became academic one.
Thank you for instructive information

@Lluis
original von Iriera
“Let me be between your crazy kartonist friends.”

Reading your remarkable comment with big grin :D
Welcome to Crazy Kartonist Association (hereinafter called as “CKA”)
If you try hard to be a real crazy kartonist, you could be a chairman of CKA!!!

@Ricardo

It seems I became genuine crazy. I can’t stop making model every day.
This is between you and me, I put off my business trip schedule because I want to make paper model. I wouldn’t like to let go of my happiness for a while

Today's work was only canopy.
From time to time we have to cut inside canopy frame short to adjust the size but this kit fit is perfect

Glued front canopy in position but I just put rear canopy on the fuselage to see what it would be to have a canopy
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Tuesday, July 8th 2008, 5:46am

:party:
Say, it’s only a PaperGoon
Sticking to a cardboard model
But it wouldn’t be make-believe
If you tried to be crazy

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Tuesday, July 8th 2008, 5:08pm

Today's work was tail wheel.
To make wheel, first, cut out thick cardboard into dougnut shape then files with sand paper. Fill dent with instant adhesive then filed again. Finally painted black lacquer.
Because it is small, filing wasn't enough....
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Wednesday, July 9th 2008, 3:20pm

Really inspiering work Yu!!
"I'LL BE BACK"

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Wednesday, July 9th 2008, 4:08pm

@Martin,

I thought I saw this word "file" in a Model Railroad magazine 30 years ago. It might be my misunderstanding :rotwerd:
This forum is instructive for me not only for learning model building but also English. Thank you.

@Johnny,

Thank you. I was looking for you!

Today made vertical tail and rudder taking longer time than I expected because of rounding up paper
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Wednesday, July 9th 2008, 8:37pm

I just started working again after my first 4 weeks of vacation :)
Not much time or spirit for me at this time of year sitting indoors cutting paper when the trouts are jumping in my local mountain lakes!!
"I'LL BE BACK"

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Thursday, July 10th 2008, 9:53am

Thunder Music

Hi Yu,

Great build! Some thunder music can be found on YouTube here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wi1d4P774eE&feature=related

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I got carded!

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Thursday, July 10th 2008, 1:41pm

Yu - another excellent build. You appeared to whip through that very nice engine build like it was nothing. It's a shame it gets hidden by the cowling ;)
-Dan

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Thursday, July 10th 2008, 5:01pm

@Johnny
Fishing is not my hobby but I can imagine your beaming smile seeing jumping trouts glittering in the sun.
And, perhaps scene of mountain lakes must be spectacular. I envy you of your beautiful life!!!

@Gil,
Thank you for your information
I have listened to the sound of Thunderbolt again and again and again during making kit
The sound is coooooool!!!

@Dan
Thank you. I’ve whipped cowling away :D

Today assembled horizontal tail and tentatively put tails on the place
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Thursday, July 10th 2008, 5:31pm

Me again
My camera seemed to have been out of order so I took picture borrowing my wife’s camera but color tone was different from real model.
Having checked my camera I knew lens was tainted, removed stains and took picture again.
This color tone is similar to real model.
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Friday, July 11th 2008, 10:06am

The latest pictures are particularly pretty, Yu :super: Very bright and informative!
I'm curious to see the horizontal and vertical tail fillet with the fuselage. It looks very complicated...

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Friday, July 11th 2008, 5:50pm

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Original von OHI
Let me be your student, master.


@OHI
Thank you for German gentleman’s demonstration of kindness as always.
First of all you should realize I don’t have MASTER card but VISA gold card
But, if you insist and with the knowledge that my card isn’t MASTER, ah, and one more important thing, that is tuition…. oh, no it’s joke, joke…..just joke….. :]

@Norm
I appreciate your advice.
Seeing my model I noticed something missing but I was busy assembling parts after parts, day in, day out so I didn’t pay attention.
Now I knew what I should do.
I whipped through that cowling modification whipping the dog and whipping Japanese tea (Is this usage correct? Thanks to Dan I learned idioms including word “whip”)
Oh, appearance became better!!!
Now I’m in the mood for jumping – whip, step juuuuummmp.
I look duuuuuumb :rotwerd:

@Ricardo,
Actually I haven’t glued tails yet. I always fix wings first then fix tails adjusting angles relative to wings because to adjust angle of tails is easier than to adjust wings.
I will assemble fillet later. Please stay tuned
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