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USS Marlin

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  • #46
    Since the sail is going to have some guts in it I need to be able to service the inside. At the top I made a clip which locks it together. At the bottom I made a slip clip, to release, just push a pin in a hole to release the clip and then you can split the halves of the sail.

    The lower arrow points to the hole to release the clip.


    • #47
      Next time I see your MARLIN I'll put the hairy eye-balls to it -- a wonderful job you did detailing that simple piece of vacuformed polysyrene. Now THIS is what model building is all about, sir!

      Love the sail cradle. And the big format pictures are most appreciated. Thanks.

      Resident Luddite


      • #48

        I had no idea the cradle was in the picture, had to go back and look.