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E zdravo svima, ja sam neko vreme bio odsutan pa se nisam druzio s vama. A nisam bio lenj, radio kojesta a izmedju ostalog bio na takmicenju u maketarstvu i tamo osvojio srernu medalju, bronzanu u klasi aviona 1:33 i vece. S tim sto ja to radim od lima, a sad trenutno radim maketu broda HMS KIng George V u razmeri 1:200. Postavicu neke fotke posto mislim da je adekvatno za ovu temu, a vi komentarisite i kritikujte sto vise. Takodje me interesuje prodaja, iz razloga sto rece neko pre mene , tj. dekintos, mada je ovo u svakom slucaju grehota prodavati.









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Radovi su jos uznapredovali dosta ali nemam slika, pa ako ima interesovanja postavicu ih jos. Ukoliko zelite plan ovod broda postavite komentar ili pp rado cu ga podeliti sa vama ,s tim sto vi to ne morate raditi od lima normalno, to j emoj nacin i nije uopste laksi cak je i tezi negoli od drveta. Evo slicice sa takmicenja u Nisu pocetkom novembra.
Inace raspolozen sam da prodam makete po ne tako visokoj ceni, ili ako neko zeli mogu izraditi maketu po zelji bilo cega sto mu padne na pamet.. .

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Moram da ti odam postovanje za to sto radis maketu sa limom,to nije malo tezi..to je mnogo tezi nacin da se napravi maketa,obradjivati sper i lim,to su dve sasvim razlicite stvari,praviti minijature od lima je vec pravo malo majstorsko remek delo i zato jos jednom svaka cast! Smile
A sto se tice planova tog broda dobro bi nam dosli,pa planova nikad dosta,pogotovo kad ljudi hoce da ih podele sa drugima i to besplatno!

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Hvala puno prijatelju, cilj ovog hobija nije da se covek zabije u kucu, napravi maketu i gleda je ceo bogovetni dan, nego podeliti sa drugima i zajedno uzivati i stvarati. Malopre sam pokusao da uploadujem ovaj pdf fajl ali mi nije uspelo. :nono To je malo veci fajl, a moze se skinuti preko emule, tj. kako sam u stvari i ja dosao do njega, ukucas paper model i tu trazis ship king george V. Ima svega isvacega. Ako administratori imaju neku drugu ideju kako da vam dostavim fajl neka mi objasne.

E sad sto se tice rada sa limom, ja sam malo cudan po tom pitanju, svima je lakse da rade sa plastikom , drvetom iliti necim trecim. A ja sam se zalepio za lim i to ti je. Samo secenje segmenata ide brzo, jel da, spajanje kalajem takodje brzo, jednostavno i jako. Ranije sam se zanosio pa zavarim co2, ali nema potrebe za tim. Visak lima takodje je lako iseci makazama, isturpijati a eventualne supljine popuniti kalajem ili metalnim gitom koji se posle takodje lako pbradjuje i odlicna je podloga za farbu. Kalaj se takodje lako skida skalperom i turpijom. Za lemljenje koristim pastu sa kalajem kojiu koriste majstori za prano grejanje za lemljenje bakarnih cevi i uz dodatak po potrebi obicnog kalaja za zice. Sto se tice sitnih delova, oni su predvidjeni da se prave od kartona ili papira, ja koristim tanji lim, veoma je dobar za oblikovanje. Kada ga savijes oko cevi ozadrzava taj oblik, takodje hoces ostru ivicu jasno sta se radi. Znaci umesto lepljenja segmenata i cekanja da se isti osusi ja koristim lemljenje plinskom ili elektricnom lemilicom. E zato treba iskustva u radu s tim , no posto sam ja elektronicar po struci to mi nije problem. I na kraju dobijes maketu preko koje moze auto preci!! Ali bukvalno to mislim, konkretno ovaj brod izdrzava tezinu odraslog coveka na sredini. Doduse trup sam vario co2 aparatom i u sredni je deblji lim moram da napomenem.!! Mislim da je vredno truda. Sad sam na ovoj maketi radio neke minijaturne delove, propelere, male merdevine od tanke zice itd. Postavicu slike da vidite, nisam bio ni sam siguran kako ce ispasti ali mislim da je ispalo fenomenalno, nisam to ranije ni pokusavao. Poenta je u iskustvu sa lemilicom, e za to treba dobra i jaka lemilica i iskustvooo. :roll :roll

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zoki36, svaka čast :+ :+ :roll
Nego, gde nabavljaš tolike živce? :hh

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Pa isto ko i ostali nista posebno, nije ni svaki dan za to, jednostavno kad imas inspiraciju i vremena, bacis se na posao i jednostavno odlutaju ti misli, meni se mozak tad odmori pravo da ti kazem, radis nesto kreativno i od nicega napravis nesto i posle toliko truda zadovoljstvo je jos vece. Slicno kao i oni pecarosi, nisi se zapitao odakle im zivci da ceo dan sede pored reke i bulje u jednu tacku? Haha...



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Malo topova od starih dobrih eksera..


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Ja bih zamolio nekog ko ima i ko hoce da postavi planove maketa glisera,posto je to moja opsesija a ja sam i amater a hteo bih da se malo bolje upoznam sa tim.Hvala unapred:)

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da li neko zna gde mogu da se skinu bluprintovi aviona iz 2 s.r.

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ljudi,samo jedno pitanje,obzirom da sam apsolutni pocentnik u ovome,interesuje me odakle nabaljate materijal i kako ga nabavljate,kad vec imate skicu...je li to od sperploce,cackalica,sibica i sl...izvinite ako postaih glupo pitanje Sad pozdav za sve.sajt je odlican!

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Svaka cast!!!!

Moje pitanje :gde da kupim makete ruskih transportnih aviona An i IL?Posle 25 godina rada na aerodromu voleo bih da imam par meni naj interesantnijih modela a to su mi najdrazi transportni avioni ujedno nadraze letelice uopste.

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Molio bih, ukoliko neko ima dokumentaciju kako se pravi skolski brod "Jadran" da nakaci ovde ili da posalje p.p. Hvala unapred !

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Pozdrav svima !!!
Ovo je sjajna tema i bas me zainteresovala. Jos samo da nrobam da napravim neku maketu i extra Laughing out loud
Svaka cast peradetlicu na postavljanju ovih skica .... samo sto trenutno ne radi ni jedna Sad
Verovatno je radilo u vreme postavljanja Wink
Samo da pitam da li jos uvek ima negde da se nadju skice za pravljenje brodova ???
HVALAAAAA UNAPRED Smile

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Ja nisam uspeo da otvorim fajl, pa bih zamolio da li moze na direkt mail adresu planovi sa savetom kako je najbolje raditi.
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Pozdrav, odmah isprike ako je ovo skroz zamrlo ili nema nikog da odgovori pa samo spamam. Naime tražim nacrte jednostavnijih maketa ili modela. Makete koje bih izrađivao s djecom na satovima tehničke kulture. Dakle da bude u skladu s mogućnostima i alatima , radimo s balzom s, šperpločama 4 mm i 6 mm,. Može li itko pomoći
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u moje vreme kao klinac pravili smo čamac na tehničkom od špera onaj dunavski kolko se sećam nacrt bio u knjizi tehničkog odatle precrtavali na šper
mada je net pun nacrta
ili odraditi sam svoj nacrt nekog čamca glisera itd ali moraš prvo sam da ga napraviš pojednostaviš