T34/76 No 183 Factory (29/2011)

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Re: T34/76 No 183 Factory (29/2011)

Post by Robert E Morey » Fri Jan 25, 2013 11:33 pm

Gunter,
Your T-34 is looking fantastic. The perfect opponent for your PZ4. The details you made for the gun breach, faux motor are especially interesting. The weld detail and texture of the turret is amazing. Overall your model is a show stopper! Thanks for sharing your work!
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Re: T34/76 No 183 Factory (29/2011)

Post by Chang » Sat Jan 26, 2013 3:40 pm

Hi Günter,

Very impressive on these modifications. The driver in the latest film just like a real person. Well done! :D

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Re: T34/76 No 183 Factory (29/2011)

Post by Günter Gäbelein » Mon Jan 28, 2013 5:10 pm

Hi,

thank you for your comments!
Bodo, I think you will find an answer :wink:
Dietrich, my next tank will be an AEV based on Leopard 1 (WISENT) also in 1:6 scale.

Last days I was not working on the T34. I have to do some modifications, because the servo used for the body movement of the driver is in conflict with the turret basket. I have to reposition it. Also the hand wheels for the gunner have to be fixed to the gear shafts.
I will place new pictures and movies, when there is some progress.
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Günter

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Re: T34/76 No 183 Factory (29/2011)

Post by Günter Gäbelein » Mon May 20, 2013 7:54 pm

Hello,

on Saturday we had our first meeting this year and the T34 was tested. Here some pictures and at the end a short movie.

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http://www.panther-tanks.de/T34/M4H01614.wmv Movie 13.3 MB
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Günter

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Re: T34/76 No 183 Factory (29/2011)

Post by Ian Rodney » Tue May 21, 2013 1:06 pm

Hi Gunter,

Great job you have done on your excellent T34-76 tank.
I also like the scenery background you showed off your tank in.

I just hope my T34-85 tank will turn out as good as yours some day!

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Re: T34/76 No 183 Factory (29/2011)

Post by Tim Bowman » Tue May 21, 2013 6:22 pm

HI Günter

Your T34 looks great! :) You must be very happy with it.

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Re: T34/76 No 183 Factory (29/2011)

Post by Bob Gould » Wed May 22, 2013 10:55 am

Fantastic looking tank. Do you get any problems with the sand/stones in the track?
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Re: T34/76 No 183 Factory (29/2011)

Post by Günter Gäbelein » Wed May 22, 2013 11:10 am

Hi Bob,

I had no problems with the sand or stones, even when I'm driving up a hill and the tracks began to dig. The model is easy to control and is driving wonderful. The motion pack is very powerful.
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