I cann't understand the annotate in Polish, who could help me?

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  1. paranoia

    paranoia New Member

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    I can only understand English and Chinese, and I have used GooGle Translate, but I sill don't understand some annotate:
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    specifically s, k, kk, k+k, what are these mean?
    thank you!
  2. lehcyfer

    lehcyfer Member

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    s - part is on normal paper - standard
    0,4 - glue on 0,4mm card
    0,5 - 0,5mm
    * - 1mm
    ** - 1,5mm
    *** - 2mm
    **** - 3mm
    D - made of wire
    k - glue on karton (I suppose that karton means the card the model is printed on)
    kk - glue on double karton
    P, L - right, left side

    the last five:
    - bend between the lines
    - glue inside a card - as marked
    - cut apart
    - shape of element seen from the side
    - glue using cyanoacrylic glue
  3. paranoia

    paranoia New Member

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    Thank you so much! you have gave me a GREAT HELP!!
  4. lehcyfer

    lehcyfer Member

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    You're welcome :)
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    kanohidragon New Member

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    Models from "Mały Modelarz"?
  6. lehcyfer

    lehcyfer Member

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    No, it was some other publisher. Unfortunately the markings in Mały Modelarz vary from one designer to another and it's often important to read the instruction closely for parts can be for example not clearly marked for laminating while in instruction it's written - "laminate such and such part on such and such card".

    One has to see what the instruction says in that exact issue. If you have problem, scan the instruction and I'll do my best to help you with difficult parts.