StuG III Ausf.G (20)

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StuG III Ausf.G (20)

Post by Heiko Sattler » Thu Aug 21, 2014 11:58 pm

Hello my name is Heiko, in another 1/6 Forum also known as Manfred von Stein. Here is a link to my homepage.http://warmachine1-6.com/
I want my Buildingreport imagine here the first images
Happy Modelling

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Re: StuG III Ausf.G (20)

Post by Heiko Sattler » Fri Aug 22, 2014 11:27 pm

since the rear tail plate did not fit the Stug. I did this again reworked

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Re: StuG III Ausf.G (20)

Post by Ray Brown » Sat Aug 23, 2014 3:11 am

G'day mate. Looking good.

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Re: StuG III Ausf.G (20)

Post by Iacopo Di Giampietro » Sat Aug 23, 2014 8:02 am

Hello and welcome to the Forum Armortek.
I've got to appreciate your work on other sites, and I'm sure will come out a great job!
I know that was probably just an oversight, but the mufflers were mounted on the other hand ...
Good luck and see you soon!
Ciao,
Iacopo.

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Re: StuG III Ausf.G (20)

Post by Paul Morris » Sat Aug 23, 2014 8:56 am

Hello Heiko.

Welcome to the gang, your Stug is coming along nicely but ... ... ... your work on your web site is OUSTANDING! .... looking forward to following your build.
Cheers Paul. :wink:
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Re: StuG III Ausf.G (20)

Post by Heiko Sattler » Sat Aug 23, 2014 10:06 pm

Hello Men

I have now finished assembling the rough, then I built the chain painted, and two new S tank tow hook. of Armortek are emerging after the equal migrated to the ton. now go to the fill in

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Post by Heiko Sattler » Mon Aug 25, 2014 8:02 am

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Re: StuG III Ausf.G (20)

Post by Heiko Sattler » Mon Aug 25, 2014 5:47 pm

HI Men

on it goes with the Strahlabweiser before leaders dome to only a few original images of the bullet deflector.

To couple the Commander to better protect against fire, a Strahlabweiser was welded dome on the roof structure before the Comander. This change was introduced in October 1943 by the company Alkett, and was conducted from February 1944 to all assault guns. For vehicles that could not benefit from this change, was instructed that it was to provide an additional dome armor made ​​of reinforced concrete during the Great repair work.

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Post by Heiko Sattler » Tue Aug 26, 2014 12:24 pm

ich habe heut das Panzerwerkzeug Lackiert viel spaß mit den Bildern


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Post by Heiko Sattler » Wed Aug 27, 2014 7:36 am

Hello Men
today I have to the care of the all-round fire the MG came out here
Here a short videoRundumfeuer MG

As always, information about it is interested.
in the conference with Hitler on 16/17 December 1943, the first presented obscured-to-use full-MG took fire for mounting on the chariot, the full approval of Hitler. It was immediately put as much as possible the troops available, and its installation at least in all the assault guns and tank destroyers have no MG to lead in the way.
On 3 Arpril 1944 it was reported that the all-round fire MG (Daimler-Benz) was with 27 pieces in the attempt troops at the front. The first report arrived spoke a budget of about. The MG Lafettierung was designed so that it was mounted on the tower or building rooftop, but the operation could be carried out from inside the vehicle. It was ordered a periscope be used because of the insight Gunner ca.50cm was below the weapon. The periscope had a 3-fold magnification and a field of view of 8 degrees due to the installation was a change to the hinge assembly of the loading hatch gunner. The hatch cover halves opened now after the vehicle sides

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Re: StuG III Ausf.G (20)

Post by Heiko Sattler » Wed Sep 03, 2014 3:54 pm

Hello

Entry hatches made ​​of poly. is Armortek the holes drilled wrong has thus not been useful.
new ventilation grilles made​​.
plastered and geschliefen to represent the armored steel structure, a few welds formed whole stug
set screw on the upper roof

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Re: StuG III Ausf.G (20)

Post by martin pitcairn » Wed Sep 03, 2014 5:08 pm

Heiko, your posts detailing the building of your Stug, interspaced with the Historical background and live actual photos are excellent and remind me of the high standard on the Centurian build thread, Please continue to keep us updated, do not worry about translation errors as the quality speaks for its self. I really like the rolled armour effect that you have got on the Stug.

Thanks Martin

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Re: StuG III Ausf.G (20)

Post by Heiko Sattler » Thu Sep 04, 2014 2:23 pm

Hello Men

I now have the wheels painted much fun with the flood of images: D: D

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Re: StuG III Ausf.G (20)

Post by Ian Rodney » Thu Sep 04, 2014 3:14 pm

Hi Heiko,

Been following your build on your StuG III, great job you have done so far…….
Like your set of wheels, super painting and weathering on them…..

Hope to start my own StuG III someday!…but it's still in it's boxes!!!

Cheers
Ian

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Re: StuG III Ausf.G (20)

Post by Martin Diessel » Thu Sep 04, 2014 4:33 pm

Hmm, it looks like semi detailling. The connecting pipes need to be angled to the wheel dish, too and have welds around it. Further the hex bolts are too big and have no lock plates. The oiler in the center cap is also missing.
Martin
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