Bertie's progress part 2

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Re: Bertie's progress part 2

Post  wingman on Tue 04 Oct 2016, 1:17 pm

Good thinking there ,you could be right you never know ha ha : Very Happy

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Re: Bertie's progress part 2

Post  wingman on Thu 06 Oct 2016, 1:38 pm

Great to know the pics are ok and not cropped,don't know why but that's just how they apear on my tablet,perhaps it is the 'fruit'

A job that I should have completed a while ago 'the smoke box door' painted,polished and fitted the name rings,   heres a photograph.


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Post  lynnr on Thu 06 Oct 2016, 2:41 pm

Hi ho.

Nice seeing progress pictures and yes as I said before tablets and other handheld devices have a habit of cropping pictures.

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Re: Bertie's progress part 2

Post  wingman on Thu 06 Oct 2016, 4:05 pm

Thanks Lynn, I suppose its just my lack of understanding when it comes to using this Tablet which is still pretty new to me,don't think that I would have ever got the photo's on here in the first place without your help.thanks again.

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Re: Bertie's progress part 2

Post  wingman on Thu 13 Oct 2016, 3:49 pm

Just a quick update on Bertie,I have now put the front axle,wheels,smokebox and chimney together to me its quite impresive ,I know that the front wheels need painting but I am waiting until I recieve my rear wheels which have been delayed due to a problem with the hubs at stw,I will paint all four at the same time,at least that's the plan.

Here's a few photo's of the progress.







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Re: Bertie's progress part 2

Post  wingman on Thu 13 Oct 2016, 3:54 pm

I have machined a front towing pin looks quite good I think,here's a photograph.




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Re: Bertie's progress part 2

Post  NorfolkModelSteam on Sun 16 Oct 2016, 1:19 pm

Great to see your progress. I've signed up for the 4" roller starting next year so currently reading everyones build threads to get ideas! Can I ask what paint you have used for the smokebox and chimney? Also how are you doing the lining as it looks great and probably the one thing I am most apprehensive about?!

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Re: Bertie's progress part 2

Post  wingman on Mon 17 Oct 2016, 5:54 pm

Hi,congratulations on signing up for the 4" roller it looks to be quite an engine,
The paint that I have used on the chimney and smokebox is 'Plasticoat ' satin finish Barbeque Paint from B AND Q.in an aerosol,just give it light coats to build up the paint and you will get a lovely finsh after good preperation pre paint.

The lines are done by using finnesse lining tape and lining/signwriting enamel ,both of which I purchased from Craftmaster.
The lining was something that I was most concerned and aprehensive about too,having got a really good finish on the paint I was really concerned that I would mess everything up and have to start again but apart from actually removing the clear film from the tape I need't have worried everything went well and I was really pleased with the end result.
The problem with the removal of the clear film on the tape for me was overcome by leaving plenty of extra length (waste ) at the start or finish of the tape and a pair of square nosed tweezers advise that I obtained on here.

Enjoy your build .........John

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