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Know of an upcoming modeling event?

Postby TMSmalley » Tue Jul 05, 2005 12:32 pm

If you are coming to SubRegatta 2005 in Carmel, Indiana. . .

Please print out and complete a Model Information Sheet form for each of the subs you are bringing to the SubRegatta to place on the table near your models.

We are doing this so folks can at least get some basic info about your model - who made it, was it a kit or scratch, type of ballast system -Gas, blood pressure cuff, etc.

We expect a pretty good turnout of the general public this year so it will be helpful to those folks besides the other SubCommittee members that are there.


PS - If you want to design your own info sheet with maybe a photo and some information about the prototype, how long it took to build, etc - feel free to get creative! We are looking at a size of from 3X5 note card to about 1/2 a sheet of typing paper.

Matt Munger came up with this idea and we think its a good one. Matt was also kind enough to design this form. Matt is also doing up the navigation course on CAD that will be going into the SubRegatta Handbook.

Thanks Matthew!


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Postby Bigdave » Tue Jul 05, 2005 12:49 pm

Hey Matt!!!!
Good idea though, see you there. Dave. :D
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Postby chips » Sun Jul 10, 2005 4:15 pm

Walmart has some clear plastic 4x6 inch photo frames for about $0.70. You can slide the model info sheet in them and not have them blow off the table or get wet.
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Postby JefftyToo » Sun Jul 10, 2005 4:52 pm

Hey Tim,

Please see my recent post in the "Raffle" section. Thanks!

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