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I finally started on my cutaway Catalina from hph, it will be a real challenge, but I think this is a fantastic kit, and the Catalina is one of the most

beautiful aircraft ever build.

I won't bother by showing the parts in the kit because there are a number of reviews on this subject, so I will go on with the build,

The manual of this kit is on cd, so I printed it, and I downloaded it on my I-pad, (very handy when you want to enlarge some build stages to see how the parts have to be placed)

First started to put numbers on the resin sheets that hold the parts so they correspond with the numbers in the manual. I soon found out that there are a lot of numbers that just don't exist or have the wrong number, and a lot of parts just don't have a number. So you regularly are searching for parts that you need, and there 

are lot's of parts!

I first started on the bulkheads ......

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You really have to look and dry fit the parts a number of times before you actually glue them together, the bulkhead that you see now must line up with the landing gear housing, and it's really tricky to get that right. I painted the parts in interior green before placing them in the fuselage, because later on it will be very difficult 

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Started by placing the ribs in place, and dry fit the forward bulkhead

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The center section and the ribs in pace on the center pylon, dry fit of the bulkhead 

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Dry fitting the ribs in the rear section, and the rear bulkhead

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line up of the various bulkheads, (endless fitting, sanding, fitting, sanding etc)

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Placed all the ribs in the tail section

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Tail section almost complete

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The detail in this kit is insane

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That's it for now, I will soon have  more pictures, sometimes I am working another part of this kit, I am now working on the wing and the engine,

Greetz,

Frank

 

 

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34 minutes ago, Trigger said:

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I finally started on my cutaway Catalina from hph, it will be a real challenge, but I think this is a fantastic kit, and the Catalina is one of the most

beautiful aircraft ever build.

I won't bother by showing the parts in the kit because there are a number of reviews on this subject, so I will go on with the build,

The manual of this kit is on cd, so I printed it, and I downloaded it on my I-pad, (very handy when you want to enlarge some build stages to see how the parts have to be placed)

First started to put numbers on the resin sheets that hold the parts so they correspond with the numbers in the manual. I soon found out that there are a lot of numbers that just don't exist or have the wrong number, and a lot of parts just don't have a number. So you regularly are searching for parts that you need, and there 

are lot's of parts!

I first started on the bulkheads ......

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You really have to look and dry fit the parts a number of times before you actually glue them together, the bulkhead that you see now must line up with the landing gear housing, and it's really tricky to get that right. I painted the parts in interior green before placing them in the fuselage, because later on it will be very difficult 

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Started by placing the ribs in place, and dry fit the forward bulkhead

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The center section and the ribs in pace on the center pylon, dry fit of the bulkhead 

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Dry fitting the ribs in the rear section, and the rear bulkhead

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line up of the various bulkheads, (endless fitting, sanding, fitting, sanding etc)

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Placed all the ribs in the tail section

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Tail section almost complete

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The detail in this kit is insane

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That's it for now, I will soon have  more pictures, sometimes I am working another part of this kit, I am now working on the wing and the engine,

Greetz,

Frank

 

 

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This is a real challenge and you made a perfect start! Looks really awsome.

How bid is this beauty? 

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8 hours ago, HubertB said:

Here’s a brave man tackling a great subject :popcorn:

Hubert

Thanks Hubert, it indeed is a daunting subject with lot's of interior detail, I hope I can persist to the end, I trie to be as careful as possible, because the parts are very fragile, and just by touching some of the finer parts you can ruin the details

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8 hours ago, Kaireckstadt said:

This is a real challenge and you made a perfect start! Looks really awsome.

How bid is this beauty? 

it is almost 61 cm long so it is a real handful to move around, constantly worrying not to knock of any detail while handling

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7 hours ago, DocRob said:

I've not seen too many builds of the cut away Cat. I was tempted often, but, it's to much for me. Keep up the great work.
I'm sure you know about the one exhibited in NASM Pensacola Florida.

Cheers Rob

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I did see it on the internet and have used it a number of times to get good references for my build, the hph manual doesn't cover all the details so you need to do a lot of research to get thing right, thanks for the pics

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5 hours ago, BlrwestSiR said:

Fantastic start on a very complex model. 

It certainly is complex, you have to think two steps ahead before assembling parts, you kind of have to make your own way of the sequence in constructing the various parts

 

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I started on the engine a sa sort of sub build and to be doing something else than placing ribs in the fuselage, after a while your eyes won't cooperate

any more, si it's good to be doing something else. the engine itself is a fantastic piece of kit with awesome details, have a look for yourself.....

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used some brass and glued the cilinder heads in place

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Put some paint on

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Done some weathering with panel liner from Tamiya, makes the cooling ribs from the cilinders stand out a bit

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placed the guid plates where the ignition wires will run through

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Just to show the size of the engine, it's quite a fiddly job

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One ingnitio wire in place, bought those from Anyz, they produce braided wires that really makes the engine wires look real

That is it for now, I am now placing the ignition ring and wires in place, so more pics to follow soon,

 

Greetz

Frank

 

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1 hour ago, Trigger said:

I started on the engine a sa sort of sub build and to be doing something else than placing ribs in the fuselage, after a while your eyes won't cooperate

any more, si it's good to be doing something else. the engine itself is a fantastic piece of kit with awesome details, have a look for yourself.....

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used some brass and glued the cilinder heads in place

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Put some paint on

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Done some weathering with panel liner from Tamiya, makes the cooling ribs from the cilinders stand out a bit

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placed the guid plates where the ignition wires will run through

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Just to show the size of the engine, it's quite a fiddly job

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One ingnitio wire in place, bought those from Anyz, they produce braided wires that really makes the engine wires look real

That is it for now, I am now placing the ignition ring and wires in place, so more pics to follow soon,

 

Greetz

Frank

 

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Wow,that’s simply wow! 
Your speed is really amazing! And the results are awesome. 
Thanks also for the tip with the ignition wires!

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6 hours ago, mark31 said:

very nice work

will try to follow you i have the full kit over here for a few years now

one day i will start it

 

Mark

Hello Mark, I wanted to buy the full kit at first, but I thought it would be a waste to close up all the detail when you put the fuselage sides together, I have seen one build on Large scale planes of someone who built the entire kit and opened up the Portside of the fuselage on a number of places to show the details, that must have been a real challenge, thanks for the response,

Frank

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2 hours ago, Peterpools said:

Mike

Will be following all the way - awesome start and easily will be the center of your display case when finished

Keep 'em comin

Peter

Thanks for the response, it certainly will be the center of my display case, I actually have to make a case for it because of the size, just making my way through the wing section, pic' s to follow.....

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As promised here are some pictures of the construction of the wing section,

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primed the insides that will be visible

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Wing halves glued together, needless to say there was a lot of fitting and sanding to be done, but this is the end  result

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the frames painted interior green, ready to be assembled, ( it was a complete nightmare to get those of their resin casting sheets, and the to clean them up without damaging, they are so fragile)

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put the wing as flat as possible as to get the frames glued in the right position/alignment. I only glued the top part of the frame, the bottom part of the frame will be done when I flip the wing over, constantly aware of the alignment, if this is not done properly I will ruin this build, so moving on very carefully

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Not bad at all, now I have to glue the bottom part of the frames without messing up the alignment, very nerve wrecking job, when this is done I have to glue an end piece to the rear of the frames, I have to cut a piece of the frames to make it fit

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As you can see not all the frames have the same length, so I first have to line them up properly to make the end piece fit, that's for later on, more pictures to follow

Here are some pictures how I remove resin cast pieces from their casting sheets.... for this example I used one of the bunks of the aircraft,

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I usually take a very fine razor saw as thin as possible and with very fine teeth, I'll start in the corner of the piece because there the resin is the thickest , the casting are very well engineered by the way, only the corners and at some points there is a lot of resin to hold the part to the sheet.

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Very fine razor saw

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The trick is to use as little force as possible and move the saw as gently as possible

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As you cab see, the part has very much resin in the corners, but not as much further to the middle, making it easier to saw

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What's left is a lot of clean up , I use a combination of sanding and scraping with a very sharp exact blade, for me this works well

That's it for now, more to follow

 

Frank

 

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Hi there,

Done some work on the Catalina, some work on the wing, some sub assemblies an for the most part cleaning up parts, priming them and put some paint 

on them, have a look,

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This is where I left of, lined the wing up on my cutting mat, fortunately this part of the wing is straight, so it was easy enough to line up the ribs on the cutting mat, and cut them to the right length,

 

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One of the ribs stuck out a little bit, I had to cut just a little piece of the base of this rib, and then glued it back together to make it fit.

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After that I could glue the end piece on the frames, one frame needed a little piece of plasticard, was cut just 0,10 th of a mm short, but it wasn't to difficult.

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Decided to put in the nose turret, it needed some trimming to fit properly in the fuselage, and then moved on to the turret itself,

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Test fitted it and masked the thing inside and outside so I could get some interior green on it,

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after that it was time to get some interior green on the inside of the fuselage, before putting in the bulkheads, it now was easy to paint without the bulkheads in the way, the tail section was quite an exercise with all those little gaps between the ribs, see for yourself , made a temporary jig to put the fuselage in to be able to move it around.

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Ashot from the other side, this thing is really big....

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So now I can move forward getting the bulkheads in, painted a lot of the parts needed , and cleaned them up

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Well, that is pretty much how far the build is right now, I am now working on the cockpit and the pilot seats, but that's for the next time,

 

greetz,

Frank

 

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