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atic: 1:35 Bonco XXIII with interior

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  • #46
    I use a Elego Mars, a resin printer...


    • #47

      Induction masts, Schnorchel, direction finder and below the control room. I also started to lay out the lower structure: drinking and waste water tanks, storage and ammo compartments and below the regulating tanks.

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      • #48
        Slowly coming together. Added the vent valve for the central ballast tank, the exhaust line to the Schnorchel mast and more detail in the regulating ballast tank...

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        • #49
          Excellent work and detail.


          • #50
            Impressive work!


            • #51
              Working on the Schnorchel drive. An air motor drives via a bevel gear a reversing gearbox (modeled after a Volvo Penta gearbox). After latter, another bevel gear drives the shaft to the Schnorchel gear. In between a chain drive for manual operation in case of failure of the air motor...took me while.

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