GG1

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MMBUFBerlin
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Re: GG1

Post by MMBUFBerlin »

Hey Joe, why so complicated, just make such metal plates as I do, for example, at the tender for the MALLARD, and then glue on them 3D printed blinds.
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You must to begin building something yourself, not ever only putting ready parts together!
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MMBUFBerlin
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Re: GG1

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Such a metal plate can be produced in 10 minutes. You only need the scissors of a Swiss army knife and a center punch.

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Re: GG1

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By the way, Alan works on new wheels, if you are waiting for something, you can build the GG1 prototypical and with better reduction. C + 1 should be suitable drive wheels.
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JoeMalinchak
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Re: GG1

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Hi Uwe,

I may upgrade the GG1 to the scale size wheels at some point when they become available, good tip on the metal plates.

Joe.

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