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San Felipe Official Build - stages 33-40 Options
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#1 Posted : 26 November 2012 15:38:13
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#2 Posted : 22 December 2012 13:50:12

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Stage 33 - Contains wooden planking strips.

Continue the bulwark planking to cover what remains visible of the upper bulwark panel, remembering to cut out the circular ports as you go along and also the semi circular cut outs towards the bow.

Then cutaway the overhang of planking above the bulwarks so it is level, then smooth the tops with fine sandpaper.

Repeat on the oposite side of the model.

That's it for this week, carefully store any remining planking

Future parts sets/stages:

34 - Contains hardwood strips, cannon kits and skylight parts.

35 - Contains wooden planking strips.

36 - Contains two cannon sets, pin-nails and spiral step kits.

37 - Contains wooden planking strips.
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#3 Posted : 18 February 2013 10:08:02

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Stage 34 - Contains hardwood strips, cannon kits and skylight parts.


Skylight assembly - Carefully cut the skylight parts from the fret, then glue and assemble the sides and partitions as shown., ensure that the assembly is square and sits flat and sand any overhang flush.

I opted to add the glazing afterwards, and started by soaking the skylight roof in hot water to aid bending to conform with the roof curve. Then glue it into place, leaving an equal overhang around all sides.

I then cut and added the 2x2mm hardwood rails around the sides of the skylight as shown. Seal the assembly with matt varnish, then set aside to fully dry.

I cut the clear acetate sheet to make three sections of glass panel for the skylight, and glued them in place from the underside of the roof panel, fixing in place with canopy glue to prevent fogging of the acetate.

Stern infils - Cut and glue sections of plank to infil the planking gaps that remain at the stern then set aside to fully dry.

Cut away the excess planking and the planking sand flush with the sternpost and keel.

Guns - Assemble and finish both guns as before.

That's it for this stage, carefully store the guns and skylight.

Future parts sets/stages:

35 - Contains wooden planking strips

36 - Contains two cannon sets, pin-nails and spiral deck step kits.

37 - Contains wooden planking strips.

38 - Contains ships boat frame, die-cast ships boat and a wooden strip
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#4 Posted : 02 April 2013 08:40:31

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Stage 35 - Contains wooden planking strips

Continue to fit the hull planking by adding a further 5 row's onto each side of the hull.

Start by fitting a plank laid on its side between frames 6 and 8 as shown.

Then fit a plank leading from the bow along side the previous plank fitted, ending midway of frame #6. Then fit a plank from frame #6 to midway of frame 10, then from fame 10 to overhang the stern frame.

Continue to fit a further 4 rows of planking as shown, taking note of how they are stepped at the sten.

Then repeat to fit 5 rows on the opposite side of the hull.

That's it for this stage, carefully store the remianing planking material

Future parts sets/stages:

36 - Contains two cannon kits, pin-nails and spiral deck step parts.

37 - Contains wooden planking strips.

38 - Contains a boat frame, die-cast ships boat and a wooden strip

39- Contains wooden planking strips.
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#5 Posted : 10 June 2013 11:31:24

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Stage 36 - Contains two cannon kits, pin-nails and spiral deck step parts.

Assemble and finish both gun kits as before.

Glue the previously assembled skylight over the hole on the quarter deck.

Assemble and finish both spiral step assemblies as before, this time adding a length of 2x2mm hardwood strip onto the top step.

Glue the steps in place on the quarter deck, up againut the poop deck as shown.

That's it for this stage.


Future parts sets/stages:

37 - Contains wooden planking strips.

38 - Contains ships boat frame, die-cast ships boat and a wooden strip

39 - Contains wooden planking strips.

40 - Contains a woden strip, diecast ships boat and wooden gunwale.
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#6 Posted : 27 January 2014 10:49:56

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Stage 37 - Contains wooden planking strips.

Cut and shape planks strips to Infil the planking gaps that remain on the hull.

Take the previously suplied 2x4mm walnut strip and cuts two 7mm lengths from it.

Glue the strips in front of the skylight as shown in the instructios, then cut and end strip to size to complete the frame.


Thats it for this stage.

38 - Contains ships boat frame, die-cast ships boat and a wooden strip

39 - Contains wooden planking strips.

40 - Contains a woden strip, diecast ships boat its wooden gunwale.

41 - Contains wooden strips.

42 - Contains two anchor kits.
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