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Friday, April 6th 2012, 3:06pm

luoyang frigate GWP 1:200

Chinese navy frigate 527 luoyang(jiangwei II class type 053H3)
length 115 m, hull 14 meters wide, draft of 4 meters
Here is the cover,laser-cut hull and sheets
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Friday, April 6th 2012, 3:07pm

sheets

other sheets
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Friday, April 6th 2012, 3:10pm

building hull
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Saturday, April 14th 2012, 1:51pm

船体蒙皮,building underwater part
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Saturday, April 14th 2012, 3:31pm

Very nicely built underwater hull. I am impressed with how you built the radome. Perfect!

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Saturday, April 14th 2012, 3:54pm

Hi rico,

very well done. You' ve built a very accurate underwater hull, as andi has already mentioned.
Which kind of paper is this ?

I'm looking forward seeing further progress with your model. Good luck!

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Parallel im Bau:
Großlinienschiff S.M.S. Baden , HMV, 1:250
Hafenanlage Neu-Ulm , diverse Verlage, 1:250
Hamburger Traditionsschiffe ,HMV, 1:250

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Saturday, April 14th 2012, 4:13pm

We name this kind of paper "哑粉纸“in chinese ,pronounced like "yarfen".
It's weight 220g.I feel very smooth when cutting .

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Saturday, April 14th 2012, 4:31pm

Hi rico,

very well done. You' ve built a very accurate underwater hull, as andi has already mentioned.
Which kind of paper is this ?

I'm looking forward seeing further progress with your model. Good luck!

Greetings
Peter
Hi Peter,
the paper rico use is look like some kind of matte paper, it has matte surface without colour but smooth surface with colour,
i also use this kind of paper to print sheets,i feel nice when cut the parts.

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Saturday, April 14th 2012, 4:39pm

Hello again,

@rico & greenwan: thank you for your explanations. :)
Usually i use 160gr paper. 220gr seems to be very thick, doesn't it? But equally which kind of paper you are using, the result is very good ! :thumbup:

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Hafenanlage Neu-Ulm , diverse Verlage, 1:250
Hamburger Traditionsschiffe ,HMV, 1:250

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Sunday, April 15th 2012, 4:54pm

Hello again,

@rico & greenwan: thank you for your explanations. :)
Usually i use 160gr paper. 220gr seems to be very thick, doesn't it? But equally which kind of paper you are using, the result is very good ! :thumbup:

Greetings

Peter
Hi Peter
the parts like underwater hull should be print on 220g, because it need strength,but some small parts like rader or lifeboat, i do it on 120g paper , it's easily to build the shape :D

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Tuesday, April 17th 2012, 1:29pm

pull 502 glue on the under water part of hull then polish the ship.
paint the hull with red.
place main deck and side of the ship.
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Tuesday, April 17th 2012, 1:31pm

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