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Re: sigi pictures,work in progres. [TANKS]
Mon, 24 Apr 2006 00:33:18 +0200
youre right,the scale is a little less then 1:6 i use the same track as Marc
on his Stugg (my track is only 3mm wider)
the body is 88 cm long a little bit smaller than 1:6 rule. but with the
barrel it is of course longer!.
for a real 1;6 panther my budget would be greatly overstressed!.
but there is room enough in it for all the parts to fit!
for a controller, i will use the one from Mr Summer!.
i will soon add pictures of my second tiger,another objekt for you to hit on
the paintball field!!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joris Meijerink" <Meijerink-at-gmail.com>
Sent: Monday, April 24, 2006 12:06 AM
Subject: Re: sigi pictures,work in progres. [TANKS]
> Looking very good. Love to kick your butt on the battlefield ... only have
> to build my own tank ;) Just got my motors .. to bad i don't have a 24v
> power supply and my 12v computer supplies die when i try to stop the
> wheels probably has something to do with the amps its taking then :)
> Wondering what the scale of your tank is, looks less then 1:6. What are
> you going to use for the controller?
> gr. Joris
>>here are some pictures of my Panther in progres,only have to add the
>>moters and a controller.
>>the green thing is my loader (S-loader) idea it works on spring power and
>>a feeding tube has to be attached.
>>i will post pictures of my other tiger soon,greetings from Sigi, TNT
>> panther sigi 1.jpg <panther_sigi_1.jpg>
>> panther sigi 2.jpg <panther_sigi_2.jpg>
>> panther sigi 3.jpg <panther_sigi_3.jpg>
>> panter sigi 4.jpg <panter_sigi_4.jpg>
>> panther sigi 5.jpg <panther_sigi_5.jpg>
>> panther sigi 6.jpg <panther_sigi_6.jpg>
>> sigi loader.jpg <sigi_loader.jpg>