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Wednesday, January 30th 2008, 8:50am

Tiger I H -Tank M.Wittmann GPM-0271

Hello!

I obtained a new tiger of GPM.

Tiger I H -Tank M.Wittmann GPM-0271

GPM sent it from Poland to Japan from release in only ten days.
I thank for net environment and the speed of the work of GPM.

The new tiger does not have the interior decoration. And the coating is expressed with paint, but it is a very beautiful paper pattern.

And I purchased GPM-K0272 full set. A laser cut frame is in it. It does not have a fault except that it is slightly expensive.

By the way, may I cook this well? Give me various advice if there is a person made elsewhere.

Greetings
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Friday, February 1st 2008, 10:11am

RE: Tiger I H -Tank M.Wittmann GPM-0271

I am the first time that I make the tank of the card model.

That is why I practice making it with a Japanese tank before making a tiger.

I thought that the tank was not so delicate in comparison with the airplane.

I did a slipshod job in a margin. As a result, it was failure.

I knew that a soul dwelled in the details as for all card models.

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Friday, February 1st 2008, 11:52am

RE: Tiger I H -Tank M.Wittmann GPM-0271

@) tank! all of a sudden

Cheer up!

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Sunday, February 3rd 2008, 11:04pm

Hallo! Stephan-san,yu-san


I begin to right make it now. I temporarily assembled the part of the laser cut. The part has high precision. It will be a thing letting me expect a short working hour and the beautiful finish.

Thank you

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Saturday, May 10th 2008, 8:35am

Tiger 1 frame

Hallo.
It is a long time, I was busy and work did not progress.
However, since only a few had time, I advanced the assembly of tiger1.

There was only one problem in the paper pattern. The vertical size on the backside of the framework of both sides is short about 2mm.

Except it, it is very exact and an outer cover is suited exactly.
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Saturday, May 10th 2008, 8:42am

body

I stuck the panel of the body.

It was a very exact size. And the picture is wonderful!
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Saturday, May 10th 2008, 8:58am

The backside of the body and engine panel.

The backside of the body and engine panel.

The air intake used the laser cut parts of the option.
It's photograph of the comparison was attached.

Work of a muffler continues. Since it is shown that the muffler cover does not attach the file photo of 007Tiger1, I may not attach it.
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Saturday, May 10th 2008, 10:52am

RE: The backside of the body and engine panel.

Hi Sena-san,

Long time no see
I am happy to see your build again here and looking forward to progress!!!

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Saturday, May 10th 2008, 12:03pm

Dear Sena-San,

very nice! I will watch your work closely. Want to build the model as well.

Looking forward to seeing more.

With best regards,

Matthias

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Saturday, May 10th 2008, 12:25pm

Hi Sena-san,

I am very interested in this model, so I will follow your build with great interest.

It is going very well until now. Please, keep going and showing your work.

Thank you.

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Friday, May 30th 2008, 1:26am

exhaust pipe and gun turret

Hello!

Exhaust pipe.

I installed an exhaust pipe next.

It seems to be slightly long when I compare it with a document. ?(

That is why, as for it, it was cut down some length.


Gun turret.

I pushed forward some assembling of the gun turret.

It have gaps on a root of the gun ?(, and I can see the frame of the inside.

Will the reason why the example of the maker is gun elevation very much be that they hide this? ;)

I will hide it with suitable paper.

Iriera-san,Matthias-san,yu-san,....thankyou! sennaend.
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Friday, May 30th 2008, 10:10am

RE: exhaust pipe and gun turret

Hoi Sena-San,

A well commented build, very interesting to learn how to build this model, thank you very much indeed,

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Saturday, May 31st 2008, 1:43am

Hatch and etc. of the body front.

Gert-san, Thank you! :D

I performed part assembling of the body front next.

Because the shape of the machine gun mouth was strange, I created it by myself.
As a result, it did not have appearing according to my image. However, I endured it. 8)

A vent was that shape was strange, and I created it by myself.

Because I was completed, as for the main part of the body, I intend to begin the assembling of the availability of traffic facilities next.
However, it will demand perseverance from me as is often the case with a tank model. It becomes my first experience, besides.

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Monday, June 2nd 2008, 1:40am

Suspension and a gun turret

Suspension and a gun turret.

I pushed forward suspension.
However. I noticed that the dimensions of the core of the shaft
were wrong and have put a part in a box immediately. :(

I changed my feeling by making a gun turret.
Dimensions make a mistake in a part of the equipment case.
This was a simple problem.

The hatch of the loading man was a middle model type. ?(
I revised it in produced form with like a first model in the late type.
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Saturday, June 7th 2008, 12:38pm

The hatch of the captain and other parts

I pushed forward the making of the gun turret.

I think that the direction of the hatch of the captain of the assembling drawing is wrong.

I put it on the wrong direction once, but cleared it in the direction I took it off, and to think to be right.

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Monday, June 9th 2008, 1:43am

88mm gun

I did assembling of 88mm gun.

Wrinkles could play the paper of GPM at the time of bending, but I did not have a problem on this paper pattern.
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Tuesday, June 10th 2008, 3:41pm

Dear sennaend,

This is once again very nice work you are showing us! You can get from GPM also a wooden gun, but it seems that the parts are not needed seeing your nice modeling.

I am looking forward to see more of your nice work,

Matthias

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Wednesday, June 11th 2008, 8:00am

I like your build very much. It is a good guide when I begin my own model.

Thank you.

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