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  • #16
    end of assembly of the rear linkage​.I also painted the back of the typhoon because I don't see how to do it once diving planes are mounted​.
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    • #17
      small printing retraction problem. I will print a little triangular piece and glue it.and after put a little putty
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      • #18
        it's better

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        • #19
          Are you sure? The limber holes do not align.id rather say that hole section is warped

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          • #20
            I haven't started to rectify the alignment of the holes yet​.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by indy1010 View Post
              small printing retraction problem. I will print a little triangular piece and glue it.and after put a little putty
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              Hold up! I think you have an alignment issue. Here is what those two parts should look like:
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              Double check your parts!


              Bob
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              • #22
                Hi what size are the cortnozzels? And where got this props2.
                Regards Gantu

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                • #23
                  Hi Gantu,

                  I'm sorry but I don't speak English. I use google translator and it doesn't know "cortnozzels" or "props2". So I don't understand the question.​

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by gantu View Post
                    Hi what size are the cortnozzels? And where got this props2.
                    Gantu,


                    I offer those propellers. I believe they're 40mm diameter.

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                    • #25
                      yes 40mm / M2 / 7 blades
                      you can find the right propeller here​ :

                      The Nautilus Drydock is proud to stock a selection of high quality brass propellers from Raboesch. As much as I'd love to offer the entire expansive selection that they offer, I've elected to carry only the most commonly asked for propellers. If you have a specific requirement, feel free to let me know what you're after. Bear in mind, however, that Raboesch has a minimum order value that may significantly affect your price for orders of one or two of a specific size. I currently offer propellers for the following models in the following sizes: Skipjack 1:72 scale: 55mm diameter, Right turning, 5 blade, M4 threads: $22 each US Gato Class in 1:72 scale: 35mm diameter, left/right hand, four blade, M3 threads: $38/set of two propellers German Type VII in 1:48 scale: 35mm diameter, left/right hand, three blade, M4 threads: $34/set of two propellers German Type XXI in 1:48 scale: 45mm diameter, left/right hand, three blade, M4 threads: $40/set of two propellers German Type XXIII in 1:35 scale: 50mm diameter, right hand turn, three blade, M4 threads: $21 each US Sturgeon Class in 1:96 scale: 50mm diameter, right hand turn, 7 blades, M4 threads: $34 each USS Nautilus SSN 571 in 1:96 scale: 20mm diameter, right/left hand turn, 5 blades, M3 threads: $40/set Russian Typhoon in 1:144 SCALE: 40mm diameter, right/left hand turn, 7 blades, M4 threads: $70/set 1/96 US Los Angeles Class ringed propeller: $35 each (sintered nylon, not brass) 1/96 Russian Alfa: $40 each - 3D printed steel construction

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                      • #26
                        bow planes :

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                        • #27
                          Bow planes in place
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                          • #28
                            lower part of the hull with primer paint​
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                            Small modification compared to the assembly diagram: the front of the hull (part 8) has been fixed to the lower part of the hull and not the upper part in order to avoid working with magnet connections for the bow planes controls .​
                            Last edited by indy1010; 11-23-2022, 11:33 AM.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by indy1010 View Post
                              lower part of the hull with primer paint​
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                              Small modification compared to the assembly diagram: the front of the hull (part 8) has been fixed to the lower part of the hull and not the upper part in order to avoid working with magnet connections for the bow planes controls .​
                              Hi Frank,

                              Your Typhoon is very impressive. I have been following your build and watching the progression you have made. I am impressed with your bow plane linkage, and if I am looking at them correctly, they will not only operate as a fully functional bow plane, but recess back into the hull when not in use?

                              Keep up the great work! And keep posting up your photos.

                              Rob
                              "Firemen can stand the heat"

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                              • #30
                                Thanks Rob,
                                I must say that I take great pleasure in making this submarine. For the moment, I am only at the model part. It is not always obvious.
                                I realize that with large pieces, there are distortions in the print. They have to be recovered with mastic.​

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