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Old 07-18-2009, 10:00 PM   #16
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I'm pretty sure Tomi will re-use and/or adjust things as fits the job.
Completeing the Type II pretty much set him up with a bunch of
re-usable parts.

I think the job is in the best hands at this point.
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Yes the type II is still the torpedo room expanded.
But everything takes time!
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Old 07-18-2009, 10:44 PM   #17
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Then what are you doing here?


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Old 07-18-2009, 11:25 PM   #18
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A ENGINE ROOM?

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Old 07-19-2009, 06:08 AM   #19
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At this rate it's possible that GWX4 will be better than Silent Hunter 5. Strange, but true
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Old 07-19-2009, 06:15 AM   #20
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At this rate it's possible that GWX4 will be better than Silent Hunter 5. Strange, but true
Hopefully this modelling work will port over without too much grief. That is assuming SH5 does come out.. is ATO.. is worth it, etc etc lol
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Old 07-19-2009, 06:17 AM   #21
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Tomi was asking for photos with this small door opened , the author of the Vesikko Book send me this photos , I hope is not too late to add this details to the Type II Engine room




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Old 07-19-2009, 02:41 PM   #22
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Elo - engin

Hooray!
Thanks to Timo and Tonschk, you have made the impossible possible!

Greit!..Yeah !!
I will be with my colleagues, DD , and Hunter we talk with the paste.

Now it would be interesting only if the spins around the axis or whether it is firmly locked.

And a small, please contact the administrator that he TYPE II Traid to the TYPE II assigns , if possible!
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Just curious, Tomi, if you will be taking part at the subsim meet in September? On the 16th of September, there will be made a one day trip to Laboe, so it will be possible to make some photos there too, I guess.
I still presume, I'll make it, and then I will make sure to bring my camera and make some photos from bow to stern, inside and outside. I mention it, just in case you would be interested...
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I'm better with hydraulic drives
(I rebuild all our Construction equipment)
but,
the part you point to seems to be the Armature.
Which spins.
The parts with wires attached would be the brushes.
Which provide the power the Armature uses to spin.

But the size of the unit appears to small to be the main electric motor?
Not haveing good info that's just a thought on my part.
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Just curious, Tomi, if you will be taking part at the subsim meet in September? On the 16th of September, there will be made a one day trip to Laboe, so it will be possible to make some photos there too, I guess.
I still presume, I'll make it, and then I will make sure to bring my camera and make some photos from bow to stern, inside and outside. I mention it, just in case you would be interested...
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Yes Carotio if all goes well we can drink a beer together! .

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Damn that looks as if it would rotate!.
And that would be an asset when one looks to the electric motor to rotate its axis.




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Damn that looks as if it would rotate!.
And that would be an asset when one looks to the electric motor to rotate its axis.
It does rotate, exactly as privateer described. Very nice work from today also! It's always amazing to see what you can do.

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But the size of the unit appears to small to be the main electric motor?
It is a small boat, and that is just the Starboard side, not a "main motor".
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I'm better with hydraulic drives
(I rebuild all our Construction equipment)
but,
the part you point to seems to be the Armature.
Which spins.
The parts with wires attached would be the brushes.
Which provide the power the Armature uses to spin.

But the size of the unit appears to small to be the main electric motor?
Not haveing good info that's just a thought on my part.
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Old 07-20-2009, 01:04 AM   #29
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I did update my post and also sent you a PM Tomi.
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Hello there , today I received three more pictures Tomi was looking for










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