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Old 05-17-2007, 12:35 PM   #1
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Hello, am naval modeller, I want build two scale models, one of the famous wwi submarine U-35 , the other the earlier U-19 of wwi.

I want build the scale models to 1/50 scale rc models, I need plans , photos, any information is welcome.
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Old 05-17-2007, 02:24 PM   #2
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Deamon's website has links to some plans of that nature (not sure if it's those exact boats, but a lot of useful well-researched info and links can be found there).

Osprey Publish this book, which you'll probably find useful:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/...222581-8591935

You can get a (pretty good) card model of U35 here:

http://www.marcle.co.uk/new.htm

Also of use might be the Osprey title 'U-Boat Crews 1914-45' which has some good U-Boat information despite being more about the crews than the boats.

There are some reasonably well represented 3D models of German WW1 U-Boats in the simulator '1914 Die Schalen des Zorns'. English title - The Shells of Fury, published by UBISOFT subsidiary Rondomedia:

http://www.shells-of-fury.de/

Glad to see someone else likes the WW1 boats - Chock

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Old 05-19-2007, 09:11 AM   #3
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A lot of information!!
Nice 3 D models!!
It is very useful for my project.

Thank you Chock!!
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Old 05-19-2007, 01:47 PM   #4
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Don't thank me, they're Deamon's models!

By the way, you might like these too:





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Very interesting plans!!
They are UB boats, UB III; UB II; UB I.

The UB boats are, especially the Ub III, are interesting ones to build a model

thank you Chock!
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Hi guys,

Joaquin i will reply to you in a few days.

Stay tuned
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There are some reasonably well represented 3D models of German WW1 U-Boats in the simulator '1914 Die Schalen des Zorns'. English title - The Shells of Fury, published by UBISOFT subsidiary Rondomedia:

http://www.shells-of-fury.de/

Glad to see someone else likes the WW1 boats - Chock
But beware their models contain quite some errors.

Of course you can take my models as a references. They are so far as accurate as it can get, pretty unfinished though.
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Hello, am naval modeller, I want build two scale models, one of the famous wwi submarine U-35 , the other the earlier U-19 of wwi.
Are you sure that you want to build this two ? You should know that their are mostly identical, with almost the same dimensions cause U-35 is of Tpye U 19 design. Improved U 19 design so to say.
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Ah, nice to see I have company in wanting to build a WWI u-boot. Let's compare notes & keep this thread active towards WWI sub modeling.

You may want to consider Combat Model's 1/72 vac kits - they offer the both the U9 & U35. They are not known for detail but may assist you in your research.

http://www.kriegershobbies.com/combat.htm

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hello i see you want to build u-35 in rc scale

if you copy and paste this in to youre bar at the top it should have a 3d model of u-35.


http://images.google.co.uk/imgres?im...%3Den%26sa%3DG
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Old 08-26-2007, 05:19 AM   #11
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Thanks for the interest in the project.
Sorry for the long time to reply I have been very busy.
At first, I want build one of the models U-19 or U-35, to Radio control, the U-35 may be a best model, because the rudder situation, located behind the propellers,however, the U-19 rudder is ahead of the propellers, so the u-35 is more maneoubrable that U-19. But U-19 is something diferent in the stern hull shape, and it is possible manoeuvring with the propellers in opposite turning.

So, I have not decide wath U boat build, it is depend on the best plans available.

Thank you

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