Projekt: Bobina

Re: Projekt: Bobina

Postby CSD » Thu May 27, 2010 7:41 pm

Some continued work on the brass kits from Hekttor. This on is a T435.0 (nicknamed Hektor). My plan s to solder the major structures together, glue on the smaller details, paint and then final assembly. On my next trip back to work, I'll start putting the mechanism together as well. I found a little trick for myself. Some of the corners have just the slightest curvature to them and I found I couldn't bend it just right. The solution was to lay in a bead of solder on the back side and then simply sand the corners to the right profile.
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Re: Projekt: Bobina

Postby ConducTTor » Thu May 27, 2010 8:12 pm

Very nice. I assume you will be using a Tillig chassis, motor, etc.? It will be interesting to see the differences with the Tillig shell when you're done.
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Re: Projekt: Bobina

Postby CSD » Tue Jun 01, 2010 8:27 pm

ConducTTor wrote:Very nice. I assume you will be using a Tillig chassis, motor, etc.? It will be interesting to see the differences with the Tillig shell when you're done.


Yes. The guts from a Tillig V100 START model (item #02598) was used. It has the same motor, circuit board and basic shape, but lacks the detail parts and prototype paint job of the other V100 models offered. This also makes it about $60 cheaper.

Following are some photos of the chassis. The side frames were cut off to make room for the Pennsylvania types and the drive shafts and sockets will have to be shortened by about 3mm to fit. I have a feeling that with a little work I may be able to incorporate a speaker into the fuel tank. Guess we'll see.
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Re: Projekt: Bobina

Postby ConducTTor » Tue Jun 01, 2010 11:39 pm

I'm very interested in how you shorten the drive shafts. Please post pics and explain when you do it.
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Re: Projekt: Bobina

Postby Zs12 » Wed Jun 02, 2010 2:28 am

Very cool man!

Have you also experience with DK model's brass frames? They supply some more variants, in which I'm interested.
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Re: Projekt: Bobina

Postby CSD » Wed Jun 02, 2010 10:00 am

lüTTe wrote:Very cool man!

Have you also experience with DK model's brass frames? They supply some more variants, in which I'm interested.


Funny that you should mention this. I just placed my first order for several items. Can't wait to get my hands on the 556.0 kit. I'll let you know when they show up.
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Re: Projekt: Bobina

Postby CSD » Wed Jun 02, 2010 7:13 pm

Well, 32 individually installed 1 mm door handles and here we are. There are still a number of parts to install, but I'm too cross eyed at this point to see them.
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Re: Projekt: Bobina

Postby ConducTTor » Wed Jun 02, 2010 7:48 pm

CSD wrote:Well, 32 individually installed 1 mm door handles and here we are.


Damn! Good stuff man.
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Re: Projekt: Bobina

Postby clipers » Sat Jun 05, 2010 11:39 pm

I really like this. Much more details than the model from Tillig. I bought V 100 starter version for my project which I will post pretty soon. How many parts are in the kit?
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Re: Projekt: Bobina

Postby CSD » Sun Jun 06, 2010 9:34 am

clipers wrote:I really like this. Much more details than the model from Tillig. I bought V 100 starter version for my project which I will post pretty soon. How many parts are in the kit?


I was just eye-balling your project again. Very nice. The instruction show 55 different part numbers, however; some, like the door handles, are applied more than once. So, in the end you have about 100 separate pieces to assemble. The Tillig is a fine model, but this one might just put it to shame, if the paint looks right. I'm going to go with the red and grey scheme, like you, but without the stripe.
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