Hütter Hü 136 - Stubo NOBI 1/48 Build thread ( warning: Inexpert builder)

Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by Alcides, Oct 17, 2006.

  1. Alcides

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    Gerardo

    Thanks for your words. and

    Yo entiendo en general lo que me esta diciendo Carl pero me estoy perdiendo con algunas palabras que por ahi no tiene el significado del diccionario si me podes enviar la traduccion de ese parrafo te lo voy a agradecer.

    Kevin G

    Thanks!!! The pictures are coming !!!

    Carl

    Gracias por el esfuerzo de escribir en castellano :wink: but I think a need to improve my english so maybe with a little help from Gerardo I can understand.
  2. Alcides

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    Gerardo

    Thanks for your words. and

    Yo entiendo en general lo que me esta diciendo Carl pero me estoy perdiendo con algunas palabras que por ahi no tiene el significado del diccionario si me podes enviar la traduccion de ese parrafo te lo voy a agradecer.

    Kevin G

    Thanks!!! The pictures are coming !!!

    Carl

    Gracias por el esfuerzo de escribir en castellano :wink: but I think a need to improve my english so maybe with a little help from Gerardo I can understand.
  3. Alcides

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    OK. Now following with the but vs strip join thread :twisted:

    Just joking. Come back the the build I can tell you I keep this build in the butt join side.

    Because I finished the segments :-D and I'm not going back.

    When I was looking the instructions I think this segment was problematic for a butt join:

    [​IMG]

    The segment was not "closed". I thought maybe the strip method was better but I kept my decision.
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    OK. Now following with the but vs strip join thread :twisted:

    Just joking. Come back the the build I can tell you I keep this build in the butt join side.

    Because I finished the segments :-D and I'm not going back.

    When I was looking the instructions I think this segment was problematic for a butt join:

    [​IMG]

    The segment was not "closed". I thought maybe the strip method was better but I kept my decision.
  5. Alcides

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    and I ended with some aligment problem :oops:.

    But I think is ok. go ahead !!! Here are all the segments ready.

    [​IMG]

    and Yes, I screwup the first tail so I builded another one.
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    and I ended with some aligment problem :oops:.

    But I think is ok. go ahead !!! Here are all the segments ready.

    [​IMG]

    and Yes, I screwup the first tail so I builded another one.
  7. Alcides

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    Finally , here is the fuselage:

    [​IMG]

    If you see the identification letters I have some aligment problem and It's a bit worst in the other side. So pictures from this side only !!! :twisted:

    I want to continue but Is 2 am here and I must work tomorrow.

    Again, thanks for all the contributions and kind words.

    Regards
    Alcides
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    Finally , here is the fuselage:

    [​IMG]

    If you see the identification letters I have some aligment problem and It's a bit worst in the other side. So pictures from this side only !!! :twisted:

    I want to continue but Is 2 am here and I must work tomorrow.

    Again, thanks for all the contributions and kind words.

    Regards
    Alcides
  9. cgutzmer

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    Thats looking great! I think your joint are turning out quite well. Thanks for the closeups before attaching - they are quite helpdul :)
    Chris
  10. cgutzmer

    cgutzmer Guest

    Thats looking great! I think your joint are turning out quite well. Thanks for the closeups before attaching - they are quite helpdul :)
    Chris
  11. Larry Marshall

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    You might remember that I had a a similar problem with the section associated with the cockpit. I built 4 of them before getting one that aligned properly. Wonder why that is the case.

    No wonder you guys get so much done...you work nights :)

    Thanks for doing this build along, Alcides. We all gain from these I think.

    Cheers -- Larry
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    You might remember that I had a a similar problem with the section associated with the cockpit. I built 4 of them before getting one that aligned properly. Wonder why that is the case.

    No wonder you guys get so much done...you work nights :)

    Thanks for doing this build along, Alcides. We all gain from these I think.

    Cheers -- Larry
  13. Alcides

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    I think I have a clue but I need to came back to my home.

    After deal with my children ( 9, 7 years and 6 months ) , chat with my wife I just wanted some time to me :) .

    Regards
    Alcides
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    I think I have a clue but I need to came back to my home.

    After deal with my children ( 9, 7 years and 6 months ) , chat with my wife I just wanted some time to me :) .

    Regards
    Alcides
  15. Larry Marshall

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    Hmm...at least I'm in good company with the fuselage problem, then.

    I printed a new set of parts to restart the Buffalo project and I've decided to take the restart as an opportunity to 'fix' the part of the Marek kit that I don't like...those blasted blue windows.

    Fixing the windows is easy...just cut them out and fill them with clear. The harder part is to provide something to look at when you look through them. Structurally I don't think it will be too hard, though, given the way Marek does his designs. I'm going to keep the interior simple but there's a large area behind the pilot that holds a life raft and so I think I'm just going to have some fun.

    Cheers --- Larry
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    Hmm...at least I'm in good company with the fuselage problem, then.

    I printed a new set of parts to restart the Buffalo project and I've decided to take the restart as an opportunity to 'fix' the part of the Marek kit that I don't like...those blasted blue windows.

    Fixing the windows is easy...just cut them out and fill them with clear. The harder part is to provide something to look at when you look through them. Structurally I don't think it will be too hard, though, given the way Marek does his designs. I'm going to keep the interior simple but there's a large area behind the pilot that holds a life raft and so I think I'm just going to have some fun.

    Cheers --- Larry