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tica

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Jenny from Aero-Naut
« on: March 08, 2014, 02:30:31 PM »

As my Phantom is causing some problems and I were hooked on Jenny from Aero-Naut I decided to build this in between Phantom or vice verse.

When it arrived:



First parts assembled, make sure that it's aligned or it will cause problems during assembly.



As it is now, I did have a problem after the front assembly, it didn't fit so I had to take the whole front apart and reassemble it  >>:-( but the second try did the trick.



Many more photos here http://www.skalamodelskibe.dk/userphotogallery.php?album_id=363

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Re: Jenny from Aero-Naut
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2014, 05:36:27 PM »

The kit came only with the instructions in German (no problem as I had German in public school for 5 years) but it's not a perfect as it should be, it shows that you have to mount the strings and show that they are flush with the stern and on the next page they remind you to keep 30mm of excess material at the stern  <*< luckily I only attached the strings with clamps to dry after a watherbath.


 
It's working week againg so more posts next weekend
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