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Schnellboot S-100 Rc Part 1

Postby eder1969 » Mon Apr 02, 2012 2:13 pm

My name is Éder Martins.
I live in Sao Jose dos Campos, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
I am Technician Industrial Mechanics and I have 42 years.
This is my second job in Nautimodelismo.

Installation and conversion of Rc Kit Italeri Schnellboot S-100 scale 1/35.

http://postimage.org/gallery/gzcaqs0/

Soon more photos!!!!
Thankyou!!!!
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Re: Schnellboot S-100 Rc Part 1

Postby navyveteran » Thu Feb 13, 2014 3:20 pm

I love the build on your Schnellboot! Can you please tell me where you got your small motor mounts?

Thanks,

Patsy
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Re: Schnellboot S-100 Rc Part 1

Postby eder1969 » Thu Feb 13, 2014 5:31 pm

navyveteran wrote:I love the build on your Schnellboot! Can you please tell me where you got your small motor mounts?

Thanks,

Patsy




Hello,
I bought the small engine parts here:

http://www.engel-modellbau.de/catalog/?language=en

http://www.sub-driver.com/

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Re: Schnellboot S-100 Rc Part 1

Postby salmon » Fri Feb 14, 2014 1:08 am

Welcome,I also like the way your build is going! Looking forward to what other creative ideas you will add.
Paz,
Tom
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Re: Schnellboot S-100 Rc Part 1

Postby eder1969 » Fri Feb 14, 2014 7:31 am

Thankyou!!!

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Re: Schnellboot S-100 Rc Part 1

Postby eder1969 » Fri Feb 14, 2014 7:33 am

salmon wrote:Welcome,I also like the way your build is going! Looking forward to what other creative ideas you will add.
Paz,
Tom


Thankyou Salmon!!!

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Re: Schnellboot S-100 Rc Part 1

Postby Robert F. » Fri Mar 07, 2014 3:10 am

I don´t want to spoil the fun here, but what has a Schnellboot got to do with submarines, apart from being a boat?

Don't get me wrong, I like your build, but I also think that a submarine-oriented forum is not the right place for non-submarine topics. Before you know it, you can find all sorts of modelling topics here. Let's write about our non-submarine topics on other, dedicated forums. I do.

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Re: Schnellboot S-100 Rc Part 1

Postby redboat219 » Fri Mar 07, 2014 6:18 am

Uh, they both use torpedoes as their primary weapons. :wink:
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Re: Schnellboot S-100 Rc Part 1

Postby eder1969 » Fri Mar 07, 2014 9:21 am

Robert F. wrote:I don´t want to spoil the fun here, but what has a Schnellboot got to do with submarines, apart from being a boat?

Don't get me wrong, I like your build, but I also think that a submarine-oriented forum is not the right place for non-submarine topics. Before you know it, you can find all sorts of modelling topics here. Let's write about our non-submarine topics on other, dedicated forums. I do.

Robert



Hello Robert ,
Do you know a bit of the second world war ? ?
So how can you say " but what has the Schnellboot got to do with submarines " ....
Were it not for Schnellboot , there would be sunk Allied ships and submarines .
I think you were very unhappy in their conduct when making your comment .

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Re: Schnellboot S-100 Rc Part 1

Postby eder1969 » Fri Mar 07, 2014 9:24 am

redboat219 wrote:Uh, they both use torpedoes as their primary weapons. :wink:


You have redboat219 reason .....

Thanks for the comment! :mrgreen:
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Re: Schnellboot S-100 Rc Part 1

Postby redboat219 » Fri Mar 07, 2014 10:41 am

Just quenching the heat...
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Re: Schnellboot S-100 Rc Part 1

Postby Robert F. » Fri Mar 07, 2014 3:02 pm

eder1969 wrote:Hello Robert ,
Do you know a bit of the second world war ? ?
So how can you say " but what has the Schnellboot got to do with submarines " ....
Were it not for Schnellboot , there would be sunk Allied ships and submarines .
I think you were very unhappy in their conduct when making your comment .
Grateful.


Well, I was trying to be a bit diplomatic, but I can see now that this has gone past you. Never mind, I´ll be a bit more direct.

Actually, I do know quite a bit about the Second World War, as you might expect from someone whose country has been occupied by the Nazi´s for five years. :evil: So let´s not go into that any further, because remarks questioning someone's knowledge and background usually tend to turn a discussion nasty...

What I meant is that this is a SUBMARINE forum, and this section in particular a SUBMARINE model building section. So in my opinion, your build thread of a Schnellboot simply does not belong here. The same could be said of a build thread of Kriegsmarine crew supplying it, or of a Maultier halftrack bringing in the torpedoes, all of which can be said to have a relation with submarines if you stretch the argument. There are other dedicated forums for these modelling subjects.

As I said before, it´s not that I don´t like the build, it´s just that I have seen how forums specializing on certain types of modelling gradually drift further and further away from their original subject. And I would not want that to happen here.

Well. I hope I have made my point clearer now. And as far as I am concerned, that's the end of the discussion.

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