Beriev Be-200 "Altair" 1:50

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Re: Beriev Be-200 "Altair" 1:50

Postby Krzychu74 » Tue Nov 30, 2010 8:01 pm

Hello!
Reggie: I started designing this model on August 12. 2010. First I thought I'd have time to design the end of October, then, that by the end of November, now I think that by the end of December (I hope).
And now time for next sheets with parts and from January will be test gluing. I design this model slowly because I want it to be the best and had the least mistakes to correct during test gluing.
What tips do you mean? When the model will be tested then I will give here pictures that will show step by step how to gluing this model. In addition, I always try to do a very accurate manual, which shows the successive steps of gluing.
Thanks Bryan! :) I`m glad that design liked you. :)

Now, time for next sheets with parts:
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Re: Beriev Be-200 "Altair" 1:50

Postby Cameraman » Thu Dec 02, 2010 8:21 am

Morning Krzchu74,

time spent now in the development period will pay for itself later.

I'm pleased to hear that you provide a detailed build manual and look forward to seeing the final results.

Keep up the good work.

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Re: Beriev Be-200 "Altair" 1:50

Postby Krzychu74 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 1:18 am

Hello!
Thank you Reggie. :)
Ok, time to show next progress of work. I hope that this is the last or second last time before the start of the test gluing.
The beginning of the second sheet of instructions and two new sheets with parts.

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Re: Beriev Be-200 "Altair" 1:50

Postby Cameraman » Sun Dec 12, 2010 4:42 pm

Hi Krzychu,

great to see this advanced stage of development. It won't be long before we're all ready to build one!

So what plans do you have once the Be-200's complete? It would make an interesting question to the members of this group, to see what they'd like. Given the choice I'd be looking for;

Beaver on floats or,
Cessna 172 on floats or,
a Sea Otter (which I see you mentioned in your intro.

By the way, your posting was early this morning, as your only an hours difference to the UK!

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Re: Beriev Be-200 "Altair" 1:50

Postby Cameraman » Tue Feb 22, 2011 12:12 pm

Hi Krzychu,

just wondering how you're progressing with this interesting project?

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Re: Beriev Be-200 "Altair" 1:50

Postby Krzychu74 » Tue Feb 22, 2011 7:53 pm

Hello!
Cameraman: I apologize you, that I ansfer you until now. After several months of work on this model, I had a little rest from it, but I think that in March, I will come back to this project.

By the way, your posting was early this morning, as your only an hours difference to the UK!

I like to work at night when it is quiet and calm. :)

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Re: Beriev Be-200 "Altair" 1:50

Postby Cameraman » Fri Feb 25, 2011 11:22 am

Hi Krzychu74,

it'll be well worth the wait!

Keep up the good work.

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Re: Beriev Be-200 "Altair" 1:50

Postby Cameraman » Tue Aug 09, 2011 8:49 am

Hi Krzychu74,

just wondering if you've returned to this model yet or are you concentrating on the other design?

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