taurus tug from paper to fiber glass

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    • taurus tug from paper to fiber glass

      È un rimorchiatore che porta TAURUS battezzato tipo ASD. Il soggetto originale si trova nel porto di Danzica in Polonia.

      Il modello misura circa 60 cm di lunghezza e quasi 22 cm di larghezza. Vuole essere equipaggiato con due propulsori azimutali per la massima manovrabilità e spinta.

      Ho recuperato i disegni di un progetto su carta in scala 1: 100. Riprendo il piano per adattare il modello alla scala 1:50. Per qualche tempo mi sono dotato di macchine automatiche per il taglio e la stampa 3D. Quindi utilizzare i disegni dello scafo e delle sovrastrutture. Con la stampante 3D voglio realizzare gli accessori e la finitura dei rimorchiatori.

      Lo scafo è realizzato con la tecnica dei modelli di carta, ovvero uno "scheletro" molto articolato, coperto da strisce trasversali e longitudinali. Rispetto alle stecche tradizionali, ma molto efficace e veloce nella posa. Chiglia e ho ordinato di inserire il cartolegno da 2 mm e le strisce con impiallacciatura di tanganyl da 0,6 mm, per rispettare la scala del progetto di carta. Ottenuto lo scafo maestro, voglio procedere alla realizzazione dello stampo in silicone e del clone in vetroresina.

      Ecco le prime foto che diventano strutturate.

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      Saluti e buon modellismo
      ALIMURIMETA
    • Für die die nicht wissen, wie man eine Seite (automatisch) übersetzt. ;)

      Es ist ein Schlepper, der einen TAURUS-getauften ASD-Typ trägt. Das ursprüngliche Thema befindet sich im polnischen Hafen von Danzig.


      Das Modell ist ungefähr 60 cm lang und fast 22 cm breit. Es möchte mit zwei Azimutstrahlern für maximale Manövrierfähigkeit und Schub ausgestattet werden.


      Ich habe die Zeichnungen eines Projekts im Maßstab 1: 100 auf Papier wiederhergestellt und nehme den Plan wieder auf, das Modell im Maßstab 1:50 anzupassen. Seit einiger Zeit verwende ich automatische Maschinen zum Schneiden und 3D-Drucken. Verwenden Sie dann die Zeichnungen des Rumpfes und der Aufbauten. Mit dem 3D-Drucker möchte ich das Zubehör und die Ausrüstung der Schlepper herstellen.


      Der Rumpf wird mit der Technik von Papiermodellen oder einem sehr gegliederten 'Skelett' hergestellt, das von Quer- und Längsstreifen bedeckt ist. Verglichen mit herkömmlichen Lamellen, aber sehr effektiv und schnell verlegen. Kiel und ich befahlen, das 2-mm-Papier und die 0,6-mm-Tanganyl-Furnierstreifen einzulegen, um den Maßstab des Papierprojekts zu berücksichtigen. Nachdem ich den Rumpf erhalten habe, möchte ich mit der Herstellung der Silikonform und des Fiberglasklons fortfahren.


      Hier sind die ersten Fotos, die strukturiert werden.
      Gruß Achim

      HoTT Mx20 - Mc20 - Mc28 / Georg Breusing (Werftaufenthalt), Cap San Diego, Southampton Tug (gepimpt),
      Feuerwehrschiff (2mot. 160cm Schaffer-Rumpf), Aeronaut Victoria, Micro Magic, St.Germain, Robbe Diana und Atlantis. Ein paar Flieger.

      mfsv-bs.de/
    • Achim.M schrieb:

      Für die die nicht wissen, wie man eine Seite (automatisch) übersetzt. ;)
      wenn Du schon versuchst, lustig zu sein, kannste ja für diejenigen, die es vielleicht wirklich nicht wissen, ne Anleitung schreiben.

      Aber geh Mal in ein Ital. Oder französisches Forum und schreib Mal wie selbstverständlich auf deutsch, gibt zumeist "super" Reaktionen... Das er auch Englisch kann, hat er ja schon früher unter Beweis gestellt...
      Segler und Moderator im Yacht-Forum
      Fahrbereit:Diverses Werft:Diverses
      In Zukunft: zwei Projekte warten im Keller...
    • Hello everyone, I apologize for not having responded quickly. I always write in English in foreign forums. I tried to write in German with the automatic translator. The moderators suggested me to write in English because the German translation is unclear. That said, the message was converted to Italian automatically and so I did not realize I had copied the wrong translation.
      For the future I will try not to make such an error again. He hoped to receive some advice and above all a lot of criticism for my models and not for the language of my messages.

      Ciao ciao
      ALIMURIMETA
    • Hello everyone, here I am again to tell you about the construction phases of the Taurus. As anticipated in previous posts, I have the intention to create a mold of the hull to obtain a fiberglass shell lighter and more stable than the wooden master. So with the technique already experimented with the shore, I first applied a "fat" hand of epoxy resin loaded to the wooden hull, to strengthen and fill the hull. Then I sanded wet and given a coat of black acrylic paint. This phase serves to highlight all the imperfections of the hull, in fact sanding the black paint, it remains only where there are holes and depressions in the hull, which looks like a "zebra a puà": D: D: D.
      Repeat the procedure until the surface of the hull is smooth and even.

      Once the master hull was finished, I moved to the production phase of the silicone rubber mold. I spread two layers of blue tixo silicone rubber on the master and a layer of yellow plastic rubber finish (not visible in the picture).
      I will wait for the fateful 24 hours and then move on to laying the plaster bandages to make the hood or against the rubber skin supporting mold.
      As you can see the work is long, but the final result repays much of the "sacrifices" made obtaining a durable and 100% non-stick mold


      here are the pictures

      photos.app.goo.gl/RxZ4kBcnsZ8sncfS9
      ALIMURIMETA
    • Hello everyone, after the Christmas break, I reopen my yard of the Taurus tugboat. I left the hull in vtr in the mold for a week to "ripen" at best. Then I removed the plaster hood and peeled off the rubber skin. The hull in vtr copy of the master came pretty well, with no obvious flaws. I checked the weight of the shell, just above 600 gr. A little more than I had expected, but that's okay.
      I drilled the hull to insert the bow base and the schottle sleeves (printed in 3D). I started laying the 3D printed bridge. I have to make the drift fin aft and fix it to the hull with epoxy glue.
      Dateien
      ALIMURIMETA
    • Hello everyone, I have prepared the support brackets of the Murate and stuccoed all with the acrylic putty of 3M (excellent product at a very affordable price respti modeling stuccos for plastic). One part I cut the sides, in two sections, which I glued to the buttresses with cyan glue. Then I resined everything to give more strength to resist, using fragmented resin and carbon fiber. Still with the same concoction I glued the Schottle protection truss and externally reinforced the Drift fin.

      Greetings and the next episode: D
      Dateien
      ALIMURIMETA
    • Hi everyone, here are the latest photos from the Taurus shipyard. I finished the schottle, printed in 3D and grouted with putty 3M 5423. The final result is good.
      I have prepared the bases for the BL engines and the servos, all printed in 3D
      I glued the structures for the stern and bow fenders.

      here are the pictures
      Dateien
      ALIMURIMETA
    • Hi everyone, here are some other photos from the Taurus shipyard. I gave the first coat of spray putty to the sides. Many imperfections have emerged and various holes that I will go to remove with the aid of green finishing putty. Still waiting for me several hours of dust and "elbow grease" before moving on to the final painting phase


      Ciao Ciao
      Dateien
      ALIMURIMETA
    • Hello everyone, last night I dedicated myself to the installation and gluing of the electro-mechanical components of the schottle. I have resined the bases, the motor plate and the saddles of the servants. I waited for the resin to harden well and I inserted the pellets, the servants and their pulleys. Given the very late hour, I did not start to try everything. I reserve to do it this evening.
      While I waited for the resin to harden, I prepared the first rails of the deckhouse. I could not use my faithful soldering iron, but with cyanoacrylate. The result is not bad, even if a hair is more fragile than welding.


      Ciao Ciao
      Dateien
      ALIMURIMETA
    • Hello,
      First I want to excuse for my English, I am still a Student.
      The tug looks great and I am very impressed by your work.
      But the main reason why I think your tug is very interesting are the 3d printed schottels. Could you explain how you build them, and maybe post the print files?
      I got questions over questions to the schottels I would be very pleased if you could answer them.
      Best wishes
      Tom
    • Hi Tom, thanks for your interest. I built the schottle inspired by commercial models and real ones. the schottle consists of 7 parts:
      1 body of the pod
      2 upright of the pod
      3 fixed rotation body
      4 kort ring
      5 rear inspection and assembly cap
      6 top sealing cap fixed rotating body
      7 spacer sleeve for o-ring
      Apart from this I printed the toothed wheels module 1 for the rotation of the foot.
      I designed the seats and the passage holes to fit flanged 4x8x3 mm bearings and a 4x8x8 mm roller bearing. The axles are made of stainless steel, diameter 4 mm.
      The bevel gears are module 0.5 20 teeth 4 mm hole in steel.
      The propeller is in brass diameter 45mm (you can also use a 50 mm diameter propeller) with 4 blades type C or D.
      In the fixed rotating bodies of the pod there are some seats to insert o-rings that guarantee the watertight seal. An o-ring is also positioned in the rear inspection cap. The cap is locked to the body of the foot with 4 M2 X 8 mm screws.
      On the head of the upright of the pod, the rotary toothed wheel is inserted with a spline axis, so that it can be removed from the fixed body for maintenance.

      For now the drawings remain reserved, but I may publish them later.

      Greetings
      Dateien
      ALIMURIMETA
    • Hello everyone, last night I discarded the taurus hull to remove paper tape and paint masking. I spent almost the same amount of time spent wrapping it (1 and a half hours), to avoid scratching the already painted surfaces. I have prepared the bow and stern fenders. I made them using rubber blades for windshield wipers. I cut them to size and shaped using a plastic template. Then I held them together with double-sided adhesive tape. Here is the final result.

      Ciao Ciao
      Dateien
      ALIMURIMETA
    • Hi all, I finished the painting stages of the taurus. I prepared the lights and radar pylon, and removed the adhesive films on the windows. Here are the pictures.

      Ciao ciao
      Dateien
      ALIMURIMETA
    • Hello everyone I pass a video of the taurus tug during the technical launch. The schottle have worked very well, making it possible to rotate the model stationary, without jolts and sudden oscillations of the hull. current absorptions are less than 4 amps at full load, with brushless motors. The ball bearings and the optimum position of the bevel gears make the difference



      Ciao ciao
      ALIMURIMETA