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B24 Liberator - 1/12th scale PSS

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Peter Garsden19/12/2014 21:15:12
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Looking really good Andy. I know where to get my balsa wood now. Can I book a single ticket to Pearl harbour?
Andy Meade20/12/2014 22:40:12
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:P cheers Pete.

Not sure how many updates I'll do the rest of the year, what with travelling to see relatives and such. I will try and post a piccie of her with the fins on, as its an impressive bulk now, and is starting to dwarf the Me262 nicely.

Mark Kettle 103/01/2015 19:21:30
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Any news or progress Andy?

Andy Meade04/01/2015 17:25:26
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Hi Mark,

Not a great deal of progress so far, but fuselage sheeting has commenced, and then quickly stopped when I found I'd built a twist into the tail mounting. Sort of lost all momentum on all builds at the moment, as there are 4 on the bench, and I'm not keen on moving any of them on currently.

Will hopefully get my building mojo back later in the year.

Mark Kettle 104/01/2015 19:55:50
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I find hiding part builds in the loft, it helps, then I just have one on the bench at a time.

Andy Meade05/02/2015 15:04:07
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I've been planking it! No photos of that so far, but the A10 fus planking has been really getting me down, so moving to building my own design makes me happier. Shona bought me this lovely book - one for the bedside table cool

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Matt Jones05/02/2015 15:34:40
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Nice shoes...........

Andy Meade30/03/2015 14:29:48
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Here is my first large print from my new 3D printer - the ball turret :

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(ear plug not included!) Quite happy with that! Weighs 9g, took 7 hours to print (left it overnight) and seems really strong. Just a quick clean up with sandpaper, and she's ready for the .50 cals!

Tim Mackey30/03/2015 14:43:08
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Wow - looks excellent !
Mark Kettle 130/03/2015 15:12:51
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Double Wow.

Andy Meade30/03/2015 15:27:09
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Thanks gents! The old Libby ain't dead yet, still tickling the build along when I'm waiting for glass to dry on the A10 yes

Phil Cooke30/03/2015 18:42:58
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if only you had a hamster to put in that... laugh

Andy Meade30/07/2015 13:24:08
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Played a bit with some modelling last night, and fired off a 3D print...that took 11 hours to complete!

Quite happy with the result though, just 3 more to produce now. It's quite big - 135mm across the major ellipse axis.

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Colin Leighfield30/07/2015 19:35:02
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Andy, amazing.

Matt Jones30/07/2015 22:35:58
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That's cheatin'

Andy Meade30/07/2015 22:48:30
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Thanks Colin!

Matt - yes it is!

Colin Leighfield30/07/2015 23:17:06
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I'm looking at these 3D printers offered by Hobby King, very tempted.

Andy Meade31/07/2015 06:23:07
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Apparently the bigger one isn't too bad - good accuracy and decent print area. I did see the miniature one in an email shot from HK yesterday. It looks ok but that is quite a small print area. I might still be tempted though when they arrive in the UK warehouse!

Andy Meade31/10/2018 13:26:25
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Well, just to make sure this is kept tickling along and not abandoned like Phil's A10 devil

I retrieved the fuselage from the loft last weekend, and quickly went to work finishing off the fuselage planking.

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Lots of sanding later, she was given the once over by Polyfilla's lightweight stuff. It's a bit more money than my usual Wilke's or other fillers, but it really is great stuff for applying and sanding back

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Tailplane mounting to sort next, along with finalising the bomb-bay mechanism, then I can get this glassed for ding-proof-ness.

Alan Gorham_31/10/2018 13:55:46
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Pleased to see this progressing Andy! I've got a 1/10 scale B25 that I'm turning into a PSS model. They might look nice together in the air.

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