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claus_p_j

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Thursday, September 2nd 2010, 8:34pm

Kozlowski's Flugapparat (1910), 1:33, Modelik

Lange habe ich nichts von mir hören lassen, aber trotzdem war ich nicht faul. In nächster Zeit werde ich daher mal einiges in die Galerie stellen.
Den Anfang macht Kozlowski's Flugapparat von 1910. Leider habe ich nichts über den historischen Hintergrund herausgefunden. Wieder mal ein Modell, das erst durch Kilometer von Schnur zusammengehalten wird.
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Friday, September 3rd 2010, 2:50pm

RE: Kozlowski's Flugapparat (1910), 1:33, Modelik

Hallo Claus..
Fantastic work on an unusual looking aircraft. Beautiful job on the rigging..

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Saturday, September 4th 2010, 9:35am

Agree, what Peter said, and the wheels - do I detect spoked wheels made of transparent plastic with a printed pattern? Or are there real thread spokes as well?

In any case, a beatiful model of a rare subject. I had seen the model before, but never really got an idea what it would look like. Congratulations.

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Dankbar für die Gelegenheit auf Englisch schreiben zu dürfen, kann aber Antworten problemlos auf Deutsch lesen.

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Saturday, September 4th 2010, 4:19pm

Hallo claus,
die Verspannung der Tragflächen erinnert mich sehr an die unzähligen Tauer eines Seglers.
Toll sieht Dein Modell aus.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen

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Sunday, September 5th 2010, 6:35pm

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Agree, what Peter said, and the wheels - do I detect spoked wheels made of transparent plastic with a printed pattern? Or are there real thread spokes as well?

In any case, a beatiful model of a rare subject. I had seen the model before, but never really got an idea what it would look like. Congratulations.

Leif

They are printed on transparent plastic. I tried to make real spoked wheels, but though it worked quite good with other models, those wheels were too small for me.

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Monday, September 6th 2010, 11:17am

Absolutely, I was kind of hoping it would be transparencies. Long thought that might be a good idea. Now I see it is! - L.
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