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Discussion in 'Space & Aeronautics' started by kronos, May 27, 2007.
Well im at it again nothing like rolling 3 1 inch diameter tubes out of 110 pound car
And here it is
what the hell is "goo gone"?
This should 'splain it nicely
Great job on the Cosmos. It's on my to-do list.
Thanks it was a lot of fun not to involved working on little joe 1 now as for goo gone I couldent live with out it a must for any one whose hobby involves adhesives it will remove just about anything along that line (and leaves a nice citrus sent kinda like florida threw up ):twisted: :twisted:
Hey can any one explain this ive been a model railroader off and on all my life. I dicoverd card modeling a little over a month ago when I discoverd a model of a GP 35 locomotive but I started with the 1/96th Mercury Redstone from delta 7 and havent built a single train has this happend to any one else? Just totaly took off in a totaly different direction from your original interest
I have a similar story. I have built and flown model rockets for many years. I was getting a little tired of the lack of detail in my models and saw a link to a paper model Titan IIIc that someone in the model rocket community used to cover his model rocket body tubes to give them a more realistic appearance. I saw that card model and got excited and started downloading free rocket card models. Along the way, I also learned about card model airplanes and then I really got interested. I've built several planes, but then got interested in card model rockets and have been building a lot of them. But anyway, I got drawn into card modeling through model rockets. Haven't built a flying model rocket since.