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Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« on: November 06, 2009, 03:02:10 PM »

Tengo Dentro de la flota personal, un dicho Remolcador de mar que de paso lo compre para mi padre que me Acompaña a navegar mis modelos, y para que de algun modo, tambien se entretenga. Es un modelo de los que llaman "Ready to Run" es baterias de cargar, ya usarle, Aunque siempre se me hizo medio de juguete, del tipo de la escuela juego. Curiosamente salio muy bueno, nunca ha Dado problemas, muy maniobrable, y resistente (Se recuperaron de un choque brutal con una lancha rapida, con el consiguiente hundimiento, su recuperacion, y puesto a punto de nuevo)

  A ultimas fechas, hemos decidido darle un mantenimiento Alcalde y para Aprovechar Para Para hacerle Adecuaciones a la obra muerta, y mas Para Para hacerle parecer real, asi que un procedi desarmarle en su Totalidad, rehacerle Motorización y desde, Lastre, puente de mando, etc ( A Queda ver que tal)

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/Radio_Remote_Control_Harbour_Tug_Bo.jpg [/ img]

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5645.jpg [/ img]


  Despues de varios años de uso, el modelo esta algo maltratado, asi que procederemos A trabajar, pro principio de cuentas jubilarse, la grua, la base de lancha salvavidas y, asi como la maquinaria del Molinete. Absolutamente todo el material que servia de acople a las piezas antes mencionadas de las Naciones Unidas fin de que quede totalmente lisa la superficie.

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5644.jpg [/ img]


  pinte de negro la cubierta que anteriormente Fue de un verde horrible.

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5655.jpg [/ img]


  Las lineas negras que Aparecen entre las Tracas de madera son de pintura negra en los cantos para imitar el calafateado, pero no me gusto, asi lo deje solo en el centro, como la madera y un color llevara de madera envejecida, no se notara.

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5651.jpg [/ img]

  Con pequeños listones de madera, un procedi forrar, por traca traca, la cubierta de popa, que es la mas grande.

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5656.jpg [/ img]


  Ya seca la cubierta, usamos el mini-cepillo, para emparejar irregulares algun borde

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5658.jpg [/ img]

  (por cierto les muestro parte de mi pequeña herramienta, totalmente funcional para trabajos tan Detallados)

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5650.jpg [/ img]



  Continuamos el alcohol y el se aplica tinte para madera al



  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5660.jpg [/ img]

 Vamos a darle un tono de madera vieja, y quitar el color fuerte que quedo de la primera aplicacion, para realizar este tono, Una vez seco, tallamos con algodon y alcohol isopropilico sobre la parte cubierta del color, y lijamos, la madera ya cambio , y con un PUNZON, remarcamos la imitación de remaches en cada orilla de las Tracas.

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5662.jpg [/ img]

  Comenzamos el forrado de la cubierta de proa

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5661.jpg [/ img]

  Seca Mientras, aprovechamos para hacer reparaciones, en este caso una rotura de la borda de popa, aplicamos un trozo de pasticard, fijamos y con la mordaza.



  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5664.jpg [/ img]

  Continuamos con el forrado.

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5667.jpg [/ img]

  Mientras seca, aprovechamos para modificar parte dl interior del puente de mando, para esto estoy Utilizando una memoria USB de desecho, para usar parte de ella, haciendo la imitación de tablero. El diminuto que EE.UU. Llevo la USB y aun que esta funcional.

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5646.jpg [/ img]

  Ya instalada, parte de la USB Sobre el tablero,

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5666.jpg [/ img]




  [color = darkblue] [size = 18] Interior de la cabina del capitán, con mas modificaciones, Aunque practicamente no va Se a notar, pues irá cerrada, le agregamos detalles adicionales, como piso de madera, muebles, etc [/ size ] [/ color]

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5668.jpg [/ img]

  [[color = darkblue] size = 18] Forrado de la cubierta de proa, continuamos con pintura y acabados [/ size] [/ color]

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5669.jpg [/ img]

  [color = darkblue] [size = 18] el mismo tratamiento para parecer madera envejecida [/ size] [/ color]

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5670.jpg [/ img]

  [color = darkblue] [size = 18] Comenzamos el detallado de la cubierta de popa, trataremos de no sobrecargarle de cosas, obviamente no llevara mas la grua, lancha y demas accesorios originales, pues Están totalmente fuera de escala, Detallados y mal. Agregaremos una cubierta de Lumbreras de ventilación-fabricada de madera de madera de madera de balsa, un par de Depósitos de aceite, y algun accesorio mas, como bitas de amarre. [/ Size] [/ color]


  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5671.jpg [/ img]


  [color = darkblue] [size = 18] Pintamos de color rojo oscuro Debajo de la linea de flotación, Cubriendo el rojo brillante que tenia anteriormente, (aunque por el flashazo de la camara fotografica parece mas claro) la parte superior de la linea la pintamos de negro mate, al igual que la borda entera del barco [/ size] [/ color]

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5672.jpg [/ img]


  [color = darkblue] [size = 18] Borda de popa Quiza se noten espacios "raros" entre la cubierta y el casco, asi como detalles de Ajuste en las cubiertas de madera, sucede que no se fija aun está, sobrepuesta en solitario, Los Cuales Serán solventados en este proceso. [/ Size] [/ color]


  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5673.jpg [/ img]


  [color = darkblue] [size = 18] reestructura de Lastre. Aparece el cuadro que central, es una caja hermética, la Cual tiene unas rejillas exteriores hacia afuera del casco, las Cuales PERMITEN La entrada de agua y le sirve de lastre, lo mismo que como deposito de agua para la bombita de agua de los expulsores para incendio. El detalle, es que tarda la nave para lastrarse hasta que no se llena, ademas que el deposito lleno Aún más, tiende a "escorar" irse hacia los lados Cuando da vuelta, o mecerse de mas .-. De qué manera tal agregamos dos barras de acero en cada lado para dar mas peso, y estabilidad. -Aun falta el peso de la bateria, considero que con esto sera Suficiente, (habra que hacer pruebas) [/ size] [/ color]

  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5676.jpg [/ img]


  [size = 18] [color = darkblue] Interior del casco en otra vista. [/ Color] [/ size]


  [img] http://i655.photobucket.com/albums/uu274/kamarradaboris/100_5677.jpg [/ img]






  Bien, los avances de estos dias han sido de detalles, La Caseta de Lumbreras se pintan de color verde, se le agregan "Ojos de buey" que no son mas que "ojillos" metálicos usados para los zapatos, tambien se agregaron Alrededor de la obra muerta del Remolcador.

  [URL = http://www.subirimagenes.com/otros-catorce-2885498.html] [img] http://s3.subirimagenes.com:81/otros/previo/thump_2885498catorce.jpg [/ img] [/ URL ]

  frabricamos con pedaceria de plástico, alambre, hilo, etc Algunos accesorios, como tambos de aceite, extintores, mangueras (con Desechos de encendedores desechables), bitas, etc

  [URL = http://www.subirimagenes.com/otros-quince-2885524.html] [img] http://s3.subirimagenes.com:81/otros/previo/thump_2885524quince.jpg [/ img] [/ URL ]

  [URL = http://www.subirimagenes.com/otros-diesiseis-2885532.html] [img] http://s3.subirimagenes.com:81/otros/previo/thump_2885532diesiseis.jpg [/ img] [/ URL ]

  recorremos la cabina de mando totalmente al frente, para dejar espacio para colocar una chimenea y sujetamos con alambre de cobre, tensores de una manera.


  [URL = http://www.subirimagenes.com/otros-diesisiete-2885549.html] [img] http://s3.subirimagenes.com:81/otros/previo/thump_2885549diesisiete.jpg [/ img] [/ URL ]


  Conseguimos en una tiende de manualidades, unas rueditas lo mas posible a Escala, con pintura, blanco de cable, y cinta de Aislar roja, fabricamos los salvavidas

  [URL = http://www.subirimagenes.com/otros-sal1-2909989.html] [img] http://s3.subirimagenes.com:81/otros/previo/thump_2909989sal1.jpg [/ img] [/ URL ]


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  El Malacate de proa lo hice con un motor, un Mecanismo de una Impresora, y dos ruedas de un viejo vagon de tren.

  [URL = http://www.subirimagenes.com/otros-1006597-3485648.html] [img] http://s4.subirimagenes.com/otros/previo/thump_34856481006597.jpg [/ img] [/ URL]

 
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2009, 04:33:18 PM »

I think this Spanish.... hand on, I'll try and sort this post out.... it looks quick interesting.... I think!

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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #2 on: November 06, 2009, 05:28:07 PM »


Google(ish) Translation ......


 Part 1.


Inside (here?)I have (my?) personal fleet, a tug that sea crossing to buy it for my father who accompanied me to navigate (sail?)
my models, and to somehow also be entertained (have fun?).

It is a model of what is called "Ready to Run" is to charge batteries and use it, Though I always made through toy, school type game, (although I thought it looked like a toy?). Curiously came out very good, never has problems, highly manoeuvrable, and durable
[recovering from a brutal collision with a speedboat, with the consequent collapse, their recovery and re-tuned](repaired?).

   Lately, we have decided to maintenance and Mayor Making Adjustment to order To make the draft, and more To  make it seem
real  (more realistic?), so a procedure to disarm(renovate?) fully, rewriting Motors and from, ballast, bridge, etc.
(A queda ver que tal) (???)


   After several years of use, the model is somewhat battered, so we proceed to work towards the principle of retirement accounts(Replace?), the crane, the lifeboat and base, as well as the machinery of the winch. Absolutely all the material that
served as a coupling to the aforementioned parts of the United Nations (...deck / surfaces???) so that it is completely smooth surface.

   paint it black cover previously was a horrible green.

   The black lines that appear between the wood are traces of  black paint on the edges to mimic the caulking,
but I do not like, so leave him alone in the centre, such as wood and carry a colour of aged wood, did not show.


   With small strips of wood, lining a procedure for Trace trace, the aft deck, which is the biggest.


   I dry the deck, use the mini-brush, to match any irregular edge

   (by the way I show you some of my small tool, fully functional for such detailed work)





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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #3 on: November 06, 2009, 06:39:39 PM »

Part 4

Ballast restructuring. Central box that appears, is an airtight case, which has external grilles out of the hull,
which permit entry of water and serves as ballast, as well as water tank for water balloon the ejectors to fire.
The detail, it takes the ship to be ballasted until it fills, in addition to a full tank is more, tends to "shore up" go
to the side When you turn, or swing of more .-. How this added two steel bars on each side to give more weight
and stability. "Still missing the weight of the battery, I think that this will be enough (evidence will be needed)


The interior of the helmet (hull?) in another view.


Well, the progress of these days have been detailed, Lumbreras The Toll Booth green paint, add "portholes"
that are nothing more than "little eyes" metal used for shoes, also were added around the draft of the tug.


   Fabrice with plastic slug, wire, thread, etc. Some accessories, such as oil drums, fire extinguishers, hose (with Waste disposable lighters), bollards, etc.


survey the full cockpit forward, to leave space for a fireplace and fastened with copper wire, bracing for a way.

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« Reply #4 on: November 06, 2009, 06:43:06 PM »

Part 5

We got in a craft store, a few wheels as possible to scale, paint, white wire and red duct tape, we make the lifeguards

      

   

   

   
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« Reply #5 on: November 06, 2009, 06:46:05 PM »

Part 6

   The bow winch it was with a motor, a mechanism of a printer, and two wheels of an old train car.

     

     

     



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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #6 on: November 06, 2009, 06:49:29 PM »

Hi,
very neat an nicely done.
Has given me ideas (a very dangerous thing)
More pictures please
kiwi
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #7 on: November 06, 2009, 08:42:36 PM »

Upssss..! sorry Martin, for my (terrible post), and thanks for the traduction.

Boris
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #8 on: November 06, 2009, 08:49:00 PM »

All part of the service in the house of Mayhem!  :-))
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #9 on: December 14, 2009, 03:21:25 PM »

Looks very nice! (especially the planked wood deck, which I really should have attempted on my own model) Interesting to see how many different approaches there are to improving this RTR boat.
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #10 on: December 14, 2009, 04:13:42 PM »

Why when I click on Martins link do I get.

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You are not allowed to access this section

BTW it took 55 seconds for the reply box to open after I clicked on the button. Thought this had been fixed. {:-{
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #11 on: June 14, 2010, 11:14:38 PM »

Lovely, I like the wood on the deck, as for the USB stick I'd have never have thought of it, Martin thanks for the translation.

Andy.  :-))
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #12 on: July 19, 2010, 06:46:17 PM »

Cross post from Dickie Tugboat / Seaport Workboat as this seems to be more up-to-date.

I am working on my version of the SeaPort Work Boat. It is based on Clyde Marine's Stantug 1906 Battler. This will enable a 1/32 scale model which should look appropriate alongside my colleagues' Mobile Marine models (less work but much more money!)

However, having looked a loads of pictures before I made my choice, I have several more versions in mind for future conversions, so I thought I'd get a couple more kits in stock ready for the next Winter-workshop season. Unfortunately, Howes is currently out of stock.

Google led me to http://www.rcscale.co.uk/eshop/proddetail.php?prod=RCB-SEAPOR. The price looks good at £27.48 each. Sadly the checkout says Goods £54.96, Shipping £58.60!

Either rcscale.co.uk has a serious error in their checkout calculator or they think I was born yesterday! Avoid this supplier until they fix the error or decide to be less greedy.
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #13 on: July 19, 2010, 11:51:30 PM »

I gave rcscale.co.uk the opportunity to reply to my concerns.  I sent the following note to the e-mail address (rcsupport312@rcscale.co.uk) on their website:

   Clearly there is an error in your "checkout" calculator. My provisional order showed Goods £54.96, Shipping £58.60!
   I don't think you'll get much custom until you have fixed this. Needless to say, I'll be warning my fellow modellers to avoid your store for the time being.


I wasted my time.  My e-mail just resulted in "Remote host said: 550 No Such User Here"!  I guess they don't want to know. Maybe you know differently, but they look like cowboys to me!
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #14 on: August 10, 2010, 08:24:43 PM »

Simply amazing! :)

 I really want one but is unable to find anyone who ships to Norway :(
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #15 on: August 11, 2010, 10:07:50 AM »

YES...AMAZING....Sir..may i save some pics from your photos...?  its for a refference to me... i like this model much....will you allow me to save pics...?
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« Reply #16 on: August 25, 2010, 08:40:39 PM »

YES...AMAZING....Sir..may i save some pics from your photos...?  its for a refference to me... i like this model much....will you allow me to save pics...?

please, of course, you can, and thanks for your comments.
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #17 on: August 26, 2010, 10:22:46 AM »

thank you...and will you give me a tip, that is, its length, and width...?  if you please....
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #18 on: August 26, 2010, 12:06:08 PM »

Simply amazing! :)

 I really want one but is unable to find anyone who ships to Norway :(

Ill drop you a PM later I may be able to help :)
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #19 on: August 30, 2010, 02:52:09 PM »

Sir...PM..?...cant get you...please...sorry for the delay in reply...
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #20 on: August 30, 2010, 03:37:34 PM »

Rathi,
A PM is a Personal Message.
At the top left in the top banner is a title of Messages, there is also an indicator at the bottom of the page on the left.
Just right click on the messages and your Personal Messages will come on screen.

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« Reply #21 on: August 30, 2010, 06:15:31 PM »

Ill drop you a PM later I may be able to help :)

Tried answering your PM. not sure if you got it. However they refused to ship to norway sadly.
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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #22 on: August 30, 2010, 10:15:38 PM »

Thats odd as they post to Finland lol

Glad you found one tho

Theres a place here in finland with them for sale at 89€  :o
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rathikrishna

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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #23 on: September 06, 2010, 07:06:18 AM »

Oh..great thank you...
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proteque

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Re: Boris' Dickie Tugboat
« Reply #24 on: October 22, 2010, 03:36:31 PM »

I do wonder however how you made the ropebased sack (dunno the right word) you have in front? is it something you bought or did you make it from scratch from thin ropes?
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