Pavesi-Tolotti Type B

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Pavesi-Tolotti Type B

Joined: April 21st, 2003, 10:39 pm

July 23rd, 2011, 6:41 pm #1

Hi to all.

Finished my holidays, I follow with my models. My first model is finished. There are a great resistance betwen upper and down but I think it is the best for this tractor.
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While the model was drying, I have made a new step by step.

MAKING WELD SEAMS

I know three methods in order to make weld seams. For this scale, I think the method C is the best. We need small weld seams and using stretched plastic of the sprues, we can to choose the correct thickness.

A. With a soldering iron
B. With two components putty
C. With stretched plastic of the sprues

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First. We stuck the plastic with thinner (for example, three different thicknesses)
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Second. We put much thinner on the plastic and we wait one or two minutes.
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Third. With a cutter we mark the wead seams on the plastic.
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Fourth. With liquid putty, we equaled the wead seams.
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Regards.

Pedro.
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Joined: March 8th, 2005, 3:16 am

July 23rd, 2011, 9:26 pm #2

you are the peerman;simply beautiful. If someone had asked me what vehicle we will never see as a model,I would have said'Pevosotti-something or other. Hell-of-a-job.......Dan
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Joined: October 29th, 2003, 5:23 pm

July 23rd, 2011, 9:54 pm #3

Hi to all.

Finished my holidays, I follow with my models. My first model is finished. There are a great resistance betwen upper and down but I think it is the best for this tractor.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

While the model was drying, I have made a new step by step.

MAKING WELD SEAMS

I know three methods in order to make weld seams. For this scale, I think the method C is the best. We need small weld seams and using stretched plastic of the sprues, we can to choose the correct thickness.

A. With a soldering iron
B. With two components putty
C. With stretched plastic of the sprues

[/IMG]
First. We stuck the plastic with thinner (for example, three different thicknesses)
[/IMG]
Second. We put much thinner on the plastic and we wait one or two minutes.
[/IMG]
Third. With a cutter we mark the wead seams on the plastic.
[/IMG]
Fourth. With liquid putty, we equaled the wead seams.
[/IMG]

Regards.

Pedro.
Hi Pedro

This has been a fascinating build and your finish is just as good. I've really enjoyed all your updates and I'm sure many other have too.

Superb!

Alex

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Joined: March 8th, 2011, 3:00 pm

July 24th, 2011, 1:45 pm #4

Hi to all.

Finished my holidays, I follow with my models. My first model is finished. There are a great resistance betwen upper and down but I think it is the best for this tractor.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

While the model was drying, I have made a new step by step.

MAKING WELD SEAMS

I know three methods in order to make weld seams. For this scale, I think the method C is the best. We need small weld seams and using stretched plastic of the sprues, we can to choose the correct thickness.

A. With a soldering iron
B. With two components putty
C. With stretched plastic of the sprues

[/IMG]
First. We stuck the plastic with thinner (for example, three different thicknesses)
[/IMG]
Second. We put much thinner on the plastic and we wait one or two minutes.
[/IMG]
Third. With a cutter we mark the wead seams on the plastic.
[/IMG]
Fourth. With liquid putty, we equaled the wead seams.
[/IMG]

Regards.

Pedro.
Te ha quedado increible, y ademas la pintura acompaña. Que suerte tener esas manos
Un abrazo
Ricardo Ruiz
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Joined: January 1st, 2008, 6:44 pm

July 24th, 2011, 6:57 pm #5

Hi to all.

Finished my holidays, I follow with my models. My first model is finished. There are a great resistance betwen upper and down but I think it is the best for this tractor.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

While the model was drying, I have made a new step by step.

MAKING WELD SEAMS

I know three methods in order to make weld seams. For this scale, I think the method C is the best. We need small weld seams and using stretched plastic of the sprues, we can to choose the correct thickness.

A. With a soldering iron
B. With two components putty
C. With stretched plastic of the sprues

[/IMG]
First. We stuck the plastic with thinner (for example, three different thicknesses)
[/IMG]
Second. We put much thinner on the plastic and we wait one or two minutes.
[/IMG]
Third. With a cutter we mark the wead seams on the plastic.
[/IMG]
Fourth. With liquid putty, we equaled the wead seams.
[/IMG]

Regards.

Pedro.
Absolutely fantastic job! n/t
al magnus
On the Way contributor, editor & one who has no lack of success (see definition of success below).

"Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm." - Winston Churchill
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Joined: March 19th, 2007, 9:06 am

July 25th, 2011, 12:44 am #6

Hi to all.

Finished my holidays, I follow with my models. My first model is finished. There are a great resistance betwen upper and down but I think it is the best for this tractor.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

While the model was drying, I have made a new step by step.

MAKING WELD SEAMS

I know three methods in order to make weld seams. For this scale, I think the method C is the best. We need small weld seams and using stretched plastic of the sprues, we can to choose the correct thickness.

A. With a soldering iron
B. With two components putty
C. With stretched plastic of the sprues

[/IMG]
First. We stuck the plastic with thinner (for example, three different thicknesses)
[/IMG]
Second. We put much thinner on the plastic and we wait one or two minutes.
[/IMG]
Third. With a cutter we mark the wead seams on the plastic.
[/IMG]
Fourth. With liquid putty, we equaled the wead seams.
[/IMG]

Regards.

Pedro.
That looks really good for a snap kit.
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Joined: September 16th, 2007, 3:11 pm

July 25th, 2011, 7:15 am #7

Hi to all.

Finished my holidays, I follow with my models. My first model is finished. There are a great resistance betwen upper and down but I think it is the best for this tractor.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

While the model was drying, I have made a new step by step.

MAKING WELD SEAMS

I know three methods in order to make weld seams. For this scale, I think the method C is the best. We need small weld seams and using stretched plastic of the sprues, we can to choose the correct thickness.

A. With a soldering iron
B. With two components putty
C. With stretched plastic of the sprues

[/IMG]
First. We stuck the plastic with thinner (for example, three different thicknesses)
[/IMG]
Second. We put much thinner on the plastic and we wait one or two minutes.
[/IMG]
Third. With a cutter we mark the wead seams on the plastic.
[/IMG]
Fourth. With liquid putty, we equaled the wead seams.
[/IMG]

Regards.

Pedro.
pero te contesto en español...

fabuloso...quien decía que no sabias pintar???

me emociona ver tus trabajos, aunque te haga bromas cuando los veo en persona....

abrazos

Fabulous ... who said that you can not paint??? Although I make jokes when I see your work in person .... hugs
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Joined: November 28th, 2009, 4:38 pm

July 25th, 2011, 11:27 am #8

Hi to all.

Finished my holidays, I follow with my models. My first model is finished. There are a great resistance betwen upper and down but I think it is the best for this tractor.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

While the model was drying, I have made a new step by step.

MAKING WELD SEAMS

I know three methods in order to make weld seams. For this scale, I think the method C is the best. We need small weld seams and using stretched plastic of the sprues, we can to choose the correct thickness.

A. With a soldering iron
B. With two components putty
C. With stretched plastic of the sprues

[/IMG]
First. We stuck the plastic with thinner (for example, three different thicknesses)
[/IMG]
Second. We put much thinner on the plastic and we wait one or two minutes.
[/IMG]
Third. With a cutter we mark the wead seams on the plastic.
[/IMG]
Fourth. With liquid putty, we equaled the wead seams.
[/IMG]

Regards.

Pedro.
could describe my admiration for your work.
Amazing!
Florin

florinjenica.blogspot.com
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Joined: May 2nd, 2005, 8:13 am

July 25th, 2011, 12:41 pm #9

Hi to all.

Finished my holidays, I follow with my models. My first model is finished. There are a great resistance betwen upper and down but I think it is the best for this tractor.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

While the model was drying, I have made a new step by step.

MAKING WELD SEAMS

I know three methods in order to make weld seams. For this scale, I think the method C is the best. We need small weld seams and using stretched plastic of the sprues, we can to choose the correct thickness.

A. With a soldering iron
B. With two components putty
C. With stretched plastic of the sprues

[/IMG]
First. We stuck the plastic with thinner (for example, three different thicknesses)
[/IMG]
Second. We put much thinner on the plastic and we wait one or two minutes.
[/IMG]
Third. With a cutter we mark the wead seams on the plastic.
[/IMG]
Fourth. With liquid putty, we equaled the wead seams.
[/IMG]

Regards.

Pedro.
Hard to believe that it is in 1/72 scale, but it is true!
Great work indeed.

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Joined: March 17th, 2003, 3:06 pm

July 25th, 2011, 3:17 pm #10

Hi to all.

Finished my holidays, I follow with my models. My first model is finished. There are a great resistance betwen upper and down but I think it is the best for this tractor.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

While the model was drying, I have made a new step by step.

MAKING WELD SEAMS

I know three methods in order to make weld seams. For this scale, I think the method C is the best. We need small weld seams and using stretched plastic of the sprues, we can to choose the correct thickness.

A. With a soldering iron
B. With two components putty
C. With stretched plastic of the sprues

[/IMG]
First. We stuck the plastic with thinner (for example, three different thicknesses)
[/IMG]
Second. We put much thinner on the plastic and we wait one or two minutes.
[/IMG]
Third. With a cutter we mark the wead seams on the plastic.
[/IMG]
Fourth. With liquid putty, we equaled the wead seams.
[/IMG]

Regards.

Pedro.
I have lost all possible words...

Great construction job e and great painting technicques...
Fantastic, many compliment Pedro.

Paolo

Paolo Capitanio
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