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did you glue it all togther at once or put on one layer at a time and
then glue the next one on .
i was finally able to get to the hobby shop and get some balsa wood in
1/16 and 1/32 didnt have any 1/32 plywood .
so i will probally use fiberglass in the mix.
On Sat, 26 Jul 2003 09:35:29 -0700 (PDT) JOHN PITTELLI <jplily-at-yahoo.com>
> Ray, Take some 1/32 aircraft plywood,then a sheet of
> 1/16 balsa and then another sheet of 1/32 ply. That's
> what I used on the rear of my turret. It's very
> strong.Good luck, let me know how it works. P.S. If
> you want more strength put some fibreglass and epoxy
> between the balsa and last sheet of ply. John
> --- ray schwartz <ray.schwartz-at-juno.com> wrote:
> > hi folks
> > i have been offshore ,we are also trying to get the
> > slab for our house
> > poured lots of stuff i have to do for that , it has
> > also been raining
> > every other day
> > so we are way behind were we wanted to be.
> > i am hoping to get my tank rigged up on saturday so
> > i can measure the
> > amount of amps my kcm are pulling when turning the
> > tracks...
> > i have also been trying to find something to bend
> > around the curved part
> > of the rear of the panzer IV turrent armor ,
> > i tried soaking some thin plywood that didnt bend to
> > well , maybe i
> > should have let it soak for several days longer.
> > i think formica would bend that radius but i really
> > dont want to buy a
> > whole sheet for just the amount to go around the
> > turrent .
> > been cruising ebay trying to find a turrent roate
> > and elevation motor ,,
> > nothing yet .
> > walmart has a pretty cool wwII g.i. joe jeep for 40
> > bucks .. im trying
> > not to buy it .
> > how about some creative person ( that can spell ,so
> > im off the hook )
> > making up a information flyer with the web site
> > addy , that we could
> > print out and put up at local hobby shops ,
> > something eye catching .
> > On Fri, 25 Jul 2003 09:04:10 -0700 (PDT) JOHN
> > PITTELLI <jplily-at-yahoo.com>
> > writes:
> > > Boy howdy, I go to Vegas for a few days and return
> > to
> > > mega lines written about people wanted to add
> > > complexity to a tank they don't even have running.
> > The
> > > main part is hard enough without adding an
> > operational
> > > machine gun. Now , if you want to build a Desert
> > SAS
> > > Rat Patrol scale jeep with the 50 cals thats fine
> > go
> > > for it. Steve would probably run that over too.
> > You
> > > have to be careful around him, even when teamed
> > with
> > > the Martian Mobile. :). Whens the next battle
> > guys?
> > > Anyone else operational? Ray's been pretty quiet
> > > lately. John" pock marks are fine with me"
> > Pittelli
> > > --- Frank Pittelli frank-at-pittelli.com> wrote:
> > > > Jaysen Hayes wrote:
> > > > > I think that if my tank is going to get shot
> > up
> > > > and pock marked with bbs
> > > > > and pellets...it is just going to be a waste
> > of
> > > > money for me to even
> > > > > continue with this project.
> > > > >
> > > >
> > > > BBs and pellets are *NOT* allowed ... only
> > > > paintballs.
> > > >
> > > > The original question on this thread was about
> > 6mm
> > > > paintballs, which are
> > > > allowed, not pellets, which are not allowed. I
> > > > spent enough time in the
> > > > warship hobby to know that I don't want my
> > legs
> > > > being hit with BBs and
> > > > pellets.
> > > >
> > > > Frank "Only Paint" Pittelli
> > > >
> > >
> > >
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