As with all our marine model making projects, the hull of this model for BMT Defence Services was carved from CAD supplied to us on our CNC machine. The LSV uses the BMT Aegir® tailor-able platform design, which can be readily modified to suit different naval requirements. The model continues our strong tradition of high-quality marine model making, for industrial, leisure and military applications. Marine and aviation models can be created to any scale, and either fully detailed or conceptual shapes.  Specifications and dimensions are normally taken from CAD drawings (formats include iges, stp, 3ds files and most other popular file types) or even from 2D drawings and sketches, this enables us to create highly accurate presentation models.
Finishes can be of any material required, from Hydro Dipping to sprayed 2 pack  and water based paints. It’s hardly believable that the paper can be used for making the astonishing RMS Titanic model except the little paper figures. The incredible Titanic paper craft is created by a Russian ship enthusiast who goes by the name of Henschel.
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To give you the higest quality and the shortest download time, most of our downloads are supplied in Adobe PDF format for your convenience. In fact, it must be said, often they have more play value than expensive shop bought toys.. Making stuff from junk is a great way to recycle your rubbish, and very soon, just like your children, when you see an empty ice cream carton, a wire coat hanger, or a used Tetrapak you won't see rubbish, you'll see a rocket port, a ship, or a dog kennel. I saw an online video where a guy had made a thin strip ripping jig along the lines of a crosscut sled. I am not sure if a longer sled would help me, but 18 " would certainly need some sort of table extension.
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Of course, the usual safety considerations of push sticks etc to keep ones fingers away from the blade do still apply!!!
The fence would have to be perfectly parallel to the slot cut in the cross-cut sled to ensure parallel cuts, but I don't see how anything could bind. This needs some way of clamping down the fence, so it would not accidently move between repeatable cuts. Please correct me if I'm wrong here, but the way I'm looking at your drawing it seems to me that you would still have the binding issue on the back of the saw blade as there will be no clearance once the cut stock is passed the centre of the blade. Some means of providing clearance between the back of the saw blade and the cut stock is required to overcome this problem.
Incidentally, I emailed my solution to Jim Byrnes the other day and he thinks it a very good idea. I originally posted this information in the a€?Boo Boosa€? thread as an addition to Saraha€™s info on repairing snapped masts. If you are like me and can't drill a hole centrally in the end of a round item then try this jig. 1) Start with a small block of close grained wood which has been filed so all angles are square.
2) Put the block in the vice and drill right through with the smaller bit (in this case 1mm) making sure you drill vertically to the block face. Note - when drilling the first hole through a wooden jig it is better to select a smaller bit than the target eg in this case a 0.8mm bit. 3) Now put the larger bit (in this case 2mm) in the drill and using the existing hole as a pilot drill to a depth of about 2mm.
Note a€“ it does not matter if the hole is not in the centre of the face of the jig as long as the two holes are concentric. 4) For this demonstration I put some 2mm dowel in the vice, it could be the top of a mast, etc. 5) Now with the smaller (1mm) bit in a hand drill push the bit through the jig and drill in to the end of the dowel.

Apart from helping to align the drill bit, this jig also grips the dowel around its end and avoids splitting. I originally used a Dremel without the drill press for pictures for this demo but it is better to use a hand powered drill on a wooden jig - less fierce. The following jig also has the advantage that you can quickly drill holes in several pieces of rod with consistent hole spacing eg when making multi hole stantions. 2) Put the block on end in the vice and drill the larger diameter hole right through the block (2mm in this case).
4) Put the jig in the vice with the drilling face uppermost, put dowel in the jig with one end flush with the end of the jig. Note a€“ when drilling with a small bit across the larger cross hole it is good practice to temporarily fill the cross hole whilst doing this. The lesson is dona€™t take it out of the jig until the drilling is finished and also ensure the drill bits are vertical when drilling! If the cross hole is to be in a tapered mast then the jig should used before tapering else it will wobble on the dowel and give poor results. The Amati bench peg (as featured in the recent useless tools thread) has 6 end drilling jigs built in. Why have I got it out - well I am borrowing one of its clamps to use on my homemade wooden bench peg so that I can cut some parts from nickel silver sheet - that is why it only has one clamp in the photo!
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The LSV has been derived for the Royal Norwegian Navy, and a configured version is to be used by the Royal Navy in the form of the MARS Tanker.
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If you don’t have the right bottles, don’t panic… use your ingenuity, or go out and buy products that are the right shape. Kids love it when the things you made together are published, so go on upload a picture of what you made. Adobe Reader is standard on most computers, but if you do not have it, you can get the most up to date version free from Adobe, here.
Kids love things to be quick, so get busy with a glue gun with its instant, incredible sticking power and the ability to glue almost anything to anything.
Don't worry if you don't have exactly the same junk as us, making things from junk is not an exact science; let your creativity and problem solving skills show through.
Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates, manage your profile and so much more. I also find that using a set of brass Ripping Gauges (available through Micromark) for standard sizes of stock really speeds up the set-up. Putting a right angle fence on a cross-cut sled could work to rip thin pieces, and would have a repeatable dimension between saw and fence. Remembering that this whole issue occurs because with a slitting blade there is no "offset" to the teeth, so the kerf at the teeth is the same as the width of the blade, and hence no clearance after cutting and hence the binding.
I have added a photo sequence below to show making the jig from hardwood using basic tools. The object is to produce a jig that has a small hole drilled right through and which has a larger diameter hole concentrically drilled part way in to it (counter bored).
The larger bit will follow the smaller hole concentrically so long as you don't drill too far. Having started the hole I prefer to take the jig off at this point before drilling more deeply so that I can see more clearly what the bit is doing. This hole should be parallel to and fairly close to the side into which the small holes will be drilled. Then using the pop mark drill through the jig and in to the dowel with the small bit (1mm in this case). The reason is the small bit will enter the cross hole without problem but when it re-enters the material on the far side of the hole the bit will probably break if it does not meet the opposite side radially. As a result of taking the dowel out of the jig to photograph the first hole, I didna€™t get it back in the jig quite right. The RMS Titanic model is primarily made of drawing papers, and moreover, yarns, fishing lines and wires are also used to improve the construction of the paper craft. Could it be just me or does it give the impression like some of these responses come across like they are left by brain dead folks?

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Because the washing up liquid bottle (canopy part) was made of clear plastic, we sprayed the inside of that black before sticking it to the body. The download also comes with a special wing template to make cutting out the shape of the wing easier.
It's easy, just go to your dadcando My Page and upload your pictures into this project and we'll put one of them right here in the project picture gallery. What’s more, we've made them all and had a lot of fun making them, so even before you start, you'll know it can be done. In the photo I am popping the hole with a scribe, but also using it to point where the hole will be. The photo shows this being done, the end of the dowel is flush with the end of the jig, The remainder of the dowel is hidden behind my hand. As with several of our other marine model making projects, the model is mounted on a polished steel plate, which shows the below-waterline detail such as bow thrusters, propellers and rudders.
The surface of the ship model are covered over waterproof varnish to keep the ship from water introduction. As their dad, you have what it takes to make their lives successful and fulfilling no matter how often you see them.
For our wings we used foam board, but any thick or corrugated cardboard would be just as good for the job. On dadcando you’ll find projects for every skill level, and my kids have play tested every model, so we know they work in the playability department as well.
Start collecting empty packaging right now and within a week or two you'll have enough to build your first model from Junk. Also thin strips must cut off the outside of the blade and not be between the blade and fence or binding will occur. The problem here is that small bits are very flexible and will tend to deflect sideways rather than bore in to the rod a€“ particularly smooth metal rod. Look down on the jig whilst doing this to ensure it lines up with the middle of the dowel (which is protruding either side of where you are looking).
Using a saw to cut between the two 1mm holes would leave a slot with a 0.5mm hole in the middle which could the basis for a working sheave. Apart from these, the creator added some electrical gadgets for the illumination of the ship such as the small bulbs and LEDs powered by a 6V battery at the bottom of the deck. Would you make a list of the complete urls of all your social networking sites like your linkedin profile, Facebook page or twitter feed? However, if you do that you must remember to mask off the window part before spraying the rest of the body colour. Tip: If you use corrugated card you could seal up the edge of the wing with glue gun glue to give a better finish.
Next I clamped the machine vice on the press, put an off cut of wood in the vice and drilled a hole in the wood to match the outside diameter of the wheel blanks and just deep enough to accommodate a blank. Procedure is - clamp peg to the bench, push the dowel in to the appropriate guide from below then drill down from the top. Once the red (or any other body colour you like) was sprayed, we just used artists acrylic paints to finish it of. The toys you can make from junk are amazing and the most fun to play with and you’ll find you can add engineer and magician to your growing list of titles. You either have to file a small flat to give the bit a landing area or make this type of drilling jig. The process then was to drop a blank in to the hole and drill the centre - I held the blanks down with a chicken stick to stop them rocking or climbing up the drill webbing. Paint contrasting colours as lines and rings in certain places to add detail, add alien looking numbers or letters if you want, or look at the ratchet and Clank Spaceship on the console game to get some ideas about what to paint on the bodywork.

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